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Family of Wichita man killed in "swatting" incident sues city
The family of a Kansas man fatally shot by police at the door of his home after a hoax emergency call has sued the city of Wichita and the unidentified officers involved. The federal lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court of Kansas seeks unspecified damages from the December 28 death of Andrew Finch.
Cars found charred in Wichita's Riverside neighborhood
Justin has owned his Jeep for less than five months and now it sits in ruins. He woke up Monday morning to find his SUV in flames.
5th grader mistakenly gave pot candy in school
Officials at an Albuquerque charter school say a fifth-grader mistook her parents’ medicinal marijuana for candy and passed it out to other students.
Would-be robber shot twice by clerk, Wichita police say
Authorities say a suspect who tried to rob a Wichita business on Monday was rushed to the hospital after being shot twice.
Crews allowing fire to burn at Oklahoma rig
A local emergency manager says crews are allowing a fire to burn out following an explosion at a drilling rig in eastern Oklahoma to avoid spreading contaminants.
Man sentenced to more than 50 years for sexually assaulting girlfriend
A judge on Friday sentenced 54-year-old Cletis O'Quinn to 620 months for aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sexual battery and aggravated battery.
Ex-Kansas teacher gets probation after sex with student
A former Kansas high school biology teacher was sentenced to three years of probation for having sex with a student.
Wichita police captain accused of shoving teen ref charged with battery
Augusta City Prosecutor Benjamin Winters on Monday announced the charges, both misdemeanors, against Kevin Mears.
Student: Boy arrested in school shooting has violent past
Authorities say a 15-year-old female student has been airlifted to a hospital after being shot at her high school in a small town south of Dallas.
Lawmakers request review of prison healthcare contract
After dozens of lawsuits in Kansas and hundreds of lawsuits across the country, lawmakers have asked the Kansas Department of Corrections for a review of the current contract with Corizon Health, which provides medical services to inmates at state facilities.