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DCF says recent computer shutdown of some systems will not cause problems
In Newton, a small memorial has been started in memory of Runyon and Paz.
Wichita police said Tuesday that 284 gambling machines were seized in a citywide raid last week Thursday.
Lawmakers are calling for more money to go into corrections in Kansas to attract more officers.
The Cowley County Sheriff’s Office will release the identity of man found last Saturday at 3 p.m.
The quake registered 3.0 magnitude and was about a mile deep.
Fire early Wednesday morning at Enders Elementary destroyed playground
WSU center for combating human trafficking says foreign nationals smuggled into the country can easily be exploited.
Wichita is getting a new stadium to replace Lawrence-Dumont.
The use of a drone helped the Harvey County Sheriff’s Office locate a missing person early Wednesday morning.
Lawmakers put $293 million into schools. Could another $600 be on the way?
One fire victim says it will take a long time to recover from weekend fire.
New Kansas law prompts some to close pool slides until they get inspected.
Newton police were involved in a high-speed chase with a motorcyclist over the weekend. KSN asked what the criteria was for chasing.