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Closings & Delays
The latest list of school and weather-related closings and delays.
Valley Center teen dies after rollover crash
A morning rollover crash kills one teen and injures another. The accident happened on I-135 near Harry Street exit around 9:43 a.m. this morning.
Tabor college swimmers honor coach's wife
Five Tabor College swimmers shaved their heads to support and honor their coach's wife.
Shocker great Antoine Carr weighs in on Shocker skid
The Shockers lost a second straight conference game Saturday in Houston. The loss marked the first time since February of 2013 that Wichita State dropped back-to-back games in league play. The losses and several slow starts have some former Shockers weighing in on ways to right the ship. One such former player is Antoine Carr who was in attendance in the loss to the Cougars and had plenty to say in a postgame interview. "You started out playing angry, that's how you became how...
West Wichita interchange reopened
Kellogg and I-235 have reopened after scheduled construction required the entire interchange to be shut down.
Winter weather conditions expected for most of western Kansas
A Blizzard Warning continues for northwestern Kansas including Goodland, Colby, St. Francis and Atwood until 6am Monday morning. Snow falling across NW Kansas will continue to work its way southeast through the night and on into parts of southwestern and north-central Kansas by early Monday morning.
Police are searching for suspects in Dollar General robbery
The Dollar General in the 4500 block of East Pawnee was robbed Saturday evening.
Art exhibit highlighting LGBTQ canceled at catholic university
Newman University has canceled an art exhibit highlighting members of the LGBTQ community that are from Kansas.
Wichita police chief addresses illegal gambling indictments
A total of six men have been indicted as part of an illegal gambling investigation in Wichita. Three of those charged were law enforcement officers in the community.
Topeka health care company fined over records handling
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says a Topeka health care company has been fined $10,000 for failing to protect patient and employee records.