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    • MISSING IN KANSAS: Manuela Perez

      Manuela Perez was reported missing in February 2019.

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      KAKE NEWS INVESTIGATES: Election Security

      Between elections many voters don't think about the safety of their ballot.  But elections officials are thinking about it, especially since the 2016 presidential election.  And that means some changes.

    • Crash blocks traffic on US 400 Sunday afternoon

      Four people had minor injuries, and four others were taken to a hospital with more serious injuries after the crash near US-400 and Indianola Rd.

    • College student bonds with special needs boy

      Last week, Jake Pieplow visited Rayf's school and immediately bonded with the little boy. Rayf's dad says music is his son's entire world. He's grateful for Pieplow's compassion. 

    • 3 killed in Reno County crash

      The crash was reported at around 11:40 a.m. in the 3400 block of S Yoder Rd, just south of Highway 50. 

    • Kansas officials warn of deer crashes as peak season looms

      Kansas officials say November is peak season for deer-vehicle collisions, and they’re warning drivers not to swerve abruptly to avoid hitting the animal because that could cause more serious crashes.

    • Slideshow: Six months out, get the latest peek at the baseball stadium

      Sod is scheduled to be put down this week. The baseball stadium being constructed downtown will have green to go along with the colors of dirt and concrete. Work on the stadium progresses as construction crews are now under six months from the home opener for the Wichita Triple-A baseball team that will play in the Pacific Coast League.

    • KAKE celebrates 65th birthday

      KAKE-TV legends, and many loyal viewers, gathered in the KAKE lawn on Saturday to celebrate the station's 65th birthday.

    • KU study concludes that Kansas schools rely too much on test scores

      Kansas schools have a tendency to rely too heavily on test scores and ignore input from actual teachers when weighing whether changes are needed for a student to achieve classroom success, according to a study by researchers at the University of Kansas. 

    • Kansas Supreme Court Nominating Chairman Mikel Stout, left, confers with commission member Terrence Campbell, right, during a break in its consideration of candidates for the state's highest court, Friday, Oct. 18, 2019, in Topeka, Kan.

      Judge opposed by abortion foes finalist for top Kansas court

      A trial-court judge opposed by Kansas’ most influential anti-abortion group is among three finalists to fill a state Supreme Court vacancy with conservatives pushing measures to rein in the state’s highest court. A state nominating commission led by attorneys selected Shawnee County District Judge Evelyn Wilson, the chief judge for the district that includes the state capital. Kansans for Life announced its opposition to her candidacy this week, citing...
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