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Man robbed of Jeep at Sedgwick County Park

It's not what you would expect. A Wichita man is robbed at gun point in broad daylight at the Sedgwick County Park. His Jeep stolen as kids played nearby.

Officer shot in NE Oklahoma, standoff reported near Liberty

An officer-involved shooting north of Tulsa followed a pursuit making its way into Kansas where more shots were fired from an armed suspect.

Salina Bombers dissolving football team

The Salina Bombers Organization says it is dissolving its indoor football team effective immediately.

Man finds headstone of Civil War soldier

A Mulvane couple needs your help figuring out how a headstone ended up in their dirt pile.

flash flood watch

More rain, but a break coming

Rain chances continue into Friday night, but then a change is coming.

Riverfest police

WPD has security plan for Riverfest

"I can tell you last year was phenomenal, for the 10 days of festivities we had 9 arrests. That's not even one a day," Wichita Police Captain Jose Salcido told KWCH's Anne Meyer.

Wichita firefighters perpare for swift water rescues

As the waters rise, the strong current could prove fatal.

Autism experts say wandering isn't rare

Searchers say they looked in the building where Nikki Stoll was eventually found several times before they found her. One more look may have saved her life. 

13-year-old girl found safe in Haysville

A 13-year-old girl who'd been missing since late Wednesday has been found safe in Haysville.  We're told Nikkie Stoll was in a treehouse structure on the property of the church where she was last seen.

Gov. Brownback talks state budget problems, furlough warnings

For the first time since the legislature went into overtime the governor is speaking about the budget, including plans for a possible furlough of state employees if the budget doesn't get balanced soon.

McAdams neighborhood resident

Neighbors work to keep McAdams Pool afloat

Wichita's Park and Recreation department is seeking the public's help to decide what to do with public pools over the next ten years. Capital Improvement Funding is available and earmarked specifically for city aquatics. There are nine public pools open around Wichita:

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