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Photo of 8-year-old boy reaching out a hand goes viral
A first day of school picture is going viral, in a really good way. Two elementary school boys began the new school year with a lesson in kindness.
Kansas fights claim of man wrongly imprisoned for 23 years
Kansas is fighting the compensation claim of a man who spent 23 years in prison for a double homicide before a judge vacated his convictions, which were secured despite a complete lack of physical evidence and motive tying him to the crimes.
Emergency crews save one person from near drowning in west Wichita
One person is in critical condition after a submersion call in west Wichita.
Cowley County business owner arrested for child sex crimes
A well known Cowley County business owner has been arrested on child sex crimes.
Photographer captures powerful moment as storms roll in
A Wichita photographer’s pictures of a couple are getting attention and reaction from thousands, after it was taken moments before Wednesday night’s storms.
MISSING IN KANSAS: Lindsey Maya
Teen Lindsey Maya was reported missing on July 1 in Kansas City, Kan.
Woman sentenced to life at 16 is released from prison
Cyntoia Brown was released from prison early Wednesday morning after being granted clemency in January by then-Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam.
Kansas judge rules that immigration law is unconstitutional
A federal judge in Kansas has ruled that a law making it a crime to "encourage" or "induce" immigrants to enter the country illegally is unconstitutional.
There's a special group of children here in Kansas that need around the clock care. They're considered critically ill. Many of them have cerebral palsy and have disorder that make them one in a million. But they all have one thing in common, their families need highly skilled in -home nurses that state budgets make are hard to get. It's hard to imagine that spunky little, Norah Calvert is just one of many critically ill children in the state of Kansas. "She ...
Hutchinson earthquakes under investigation
In an effort to determine the cause of a series of earthquakes in the Hutchinson area, the Kansas Corporation Commission has started investigating recent injection well activity in Reno County.