“Enough is enough!”, that’s the word from Wichita state officials.
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The deadly shooting of a black, unarmed drug suspect by a white Phoenix police officer who mistook a pill bottle for a gun,
Several suspected arson fires in northern Rush County, have authorities worried.
Just how are Wichita officers expected to use their body cameras? So far, no answers from Wichita Police.
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KSN asked the Wichita Police Department about their policies and they say they do not allow the use of chokeholds.
Driver suffering “medical emergency” slams into police officers escorting protesting Denver high school students, critically injuring one.
A chimpanzee is not entitled to the rights of a human and does not have to be freed by its owner, a New York appeals court ruled Thursday.
Policy on arrests in the Wichita Police Department. The police say they tell officers not to use any kind of chokehold.
The blackout rule, which bars home games from being televised in a local market if they have not sold out, is unfair to fans.