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Nurse arrested in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth
Nathan Sutherland made an initial court appearance Wednesday, hours after his arrest was announced by Phoenix police. He did not enter a plea.
Splash Aqua Park coming to Wichita
Splash Aqua Park is set to open in south Wichita in May.
Closings & Delays
The latest list of school and weather-related closings and delays.
Sweethearts candy won't 'be yours' this Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is quickly approaching. But if you were planning to give your family and friends those iconic heart conversation candies, you'll need to find something else to hand out.
Girl’s dad and soon-to-be stepdad pose with her before dance
Soon-to-be stepdad, Dylan Lenox, shared a message on Facebook of appreciation for David Lewis, his fiance's daughter's dad.
Lawsuit claims data links Wichita dealership to SUV that ran over officer
The court document filed Tuesday claims someone from the dealership loaned the SUV to Terrazas and data shows that calls were made from the SUV via Bluetooth to upper management at the dealership during the seven weeks it was reportedly missing.
Kansas woman convicted of severely injuring 4-month-old boy
A 27-year-old Olathe woman has been found guilty of injuring an infant boy so badly at her home day care that he was left blind and brain damaged. Paige Hatfield was found guilty Friday of aggravated battery.
10-year-old killed himself after being bullied over colostomy bag, mom says
A Kentucky mom is mourning the loss of her 10-year-old son who she says took his own life because of bullying.
Woman dies after crashing on icy Kansas highway
The Kansas Highway Patrol says Ashlen Lemon lost control of her Chevy Malibu due to icy road conditions. Her car went into the median and hit a guardrail.
Value of Towne West Square slashed by 80 percent: Report
The value of Towne West Square Mall has decreased by more than 80 percent, according to a report by business publication TreppWire.