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Closings & Delays
The latest list of school and weather-related closings and delays.
Woman dies after crashing on icy Kansas highway
The Kansas Highway Patrol says Ashlen Lemon lost control of her Chevy Malibu due to icy road conditions. Her car went into the median and hit a guardrail.
Kansas woman convicted of severely injuring 4-month-old boy
A 27-year-old Olathe woman has been found guilty of injuring an infant boy so badly at her home day care that he was left blind and brain damaged. Paige Hatfield was found guilty Friday of aggravated battery.
Emergency Accident Reporting Plan canceled for Wichita
EARP was put into effect Tuesday evening after multiple crashes due to slick roads. Crews spent the night a spreading salt and sand mix on streets to help treat roads.
Value of Towne West Square slashed by 80 percent: Report
The value of Towne West Square Mall has decreased by more than 80 percent, according to a report by business publication TreppWire.
Overdosing mother apparently rolled onto, killed 13-month-old son, police say
Police allege that a New Jersey mother overdosing on drugs apparently rolled onto and suffocated her young child.
Wichita drivers rank fastest in the US, study says
Drivers in Wichita, Kansas, have a need for speed, according to a recent study.
Ex-soldier sentenced for sexually abusing 5-year-old girl
Prosecutors said Ralston's history of abusing children began when he was 13 years old. He was previously convicted of taking indecent liberties with a 12-year-old child in Kansas.
Snow and ice cover Kansas highways Tuesday
Snow, ice covered roads and high winds caused problems for drivers across Kansas Tuesday.
WSU warns students about 'strong-arm robbery'
Bailey Boucek is one of many WSU students worried about safety after finding out someone forcibly robbed one of their own in the parking lot Tuesday morning.