Posted: 03/26/2007 - Florida authorities are calling Anna Nicole Smith's death an accidental overdose. Broward County Medical Examiner Joshua Perper says a combination of medications led to "combined drug intoxication."
Posted: 03/26/2007 - A police chase in Hutchinson ends in a dangerous crash overnight. Police say they were making a routine traffic stop around 11:45 p.m. when the officer noticed a working meth lab in the car.
Updated: 03/26/2007 - A nearly five-hour police standoff ended peacefully overnight. It started around 6:30 p.m. Sunday at a home near 21st and 119th W. St. It ended around 11:00 p.m. as the SWAT team entered the home and arrested the man.
Posted: 03/24/2007 - The second shooting in just twenty-four hours, shots ring out in north Wichita leaving two people in critical condition.
Updated: 03/24/2007 - Shots rang out in northeast Wichita Friday night. Police arrive on the scene to find one man dead.
Updated: 03/23/2007 - New efforts are underway, to protect Kansas children from online predators. Local prosecutors charge a convicted sex offender under tough new federal laws. Wichita prosecutors have indicted Armando Beltran-Gonzalez, a sex offender convicted in 1995. He fought deportation for ten years, but despite deportation in 2006, returned to Wichita and failed to register as a sex offender.
Posted: 03/23/2007 - Plans to develop the area around Wichita's Downtown Arena come with a hefty price tag. The plans on paper are almost complete. The price tag for the city could be more than $100 million.
Posted: 03/23/2007 - Wichita police are investigating how a baby was burned. Police were called to the Claremont Apartments on East Harry just before noon today.
Posted: 03/22/2007 - There is still growing concern among pet owners, nearly one week after a massive pet food recall that began in Kansas. Some pet experts say the number of deaths and illnesses could number in the hundreds, perhaps even thousands.
Posted: 03/22/2007 - Sedgwick County commissioners have signed off on a new policy that pushes smokers farther away from county buildings. The policy keeps smokers at least 25 feet from exterior doors, windows or in-take vents.