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Deputies seize 106 pounds of marijuana in Kansas traffic stop
Over 100 pounds of marijuana was discovered after a traffic stop in Saline County, authorities say.
Kansas woman arrested for 20 counts of animal cruelty
Christi Lynne Shaffer was arrested Wednesday for 20 counts of animal cruelty and three counts of permitting a dangerous animal to be at large.
Kansas sisters find ancient grizzly bear skull along Arkansas River
A recent kayaking trip down the Arkansas River in south-central Kansas took a fascinating turn for two sisters when they found a massive bear skull.
Police search for suspect in northeast Wichita bank robbery
Wichita police are investigating a bank robbery that happened in northeast Wichita Wednesday afternoon.
Wisconsin man ordered to pay $450K to Sandy Hook father for saying son's death was a hoax
A Wisconsin man who claimed that the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting never happened has been ordered to pay $450,000 to the father of a boy killed in the massacre.
Teacher wears controversial Columbus Day sweatshirt to spark discussion
A Michigan teacher used Columbus Day to make a personal statement about the explorer and spark a discussion.
Multiple break-ins in Wichita involve 'white SUV'
Wichita Police believe a recent rash of break-in reports are connected.
Police arrest 2 teens for shooting in northwest Wichita
Wichita police say they've arrested two 17-year-old boys for a shooting incident that damaged a home on the northwest side.
Hours-old baby girl found alive in plastic bag near roadway: Police
A baby girl just hours old was found alive and healthy in a plastic bag alongside an Indiana roadway, police said.
Wichita drivers ranked among the worst in the country: study
You've probably had someone cut you off or seen people drive too slow or too fast. Well, according to a new study, Wichita has some of the worst drivers in the country.