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Police: 2 dead, 15 hurt in Kansas City shooting
Police in Kansas City, Missouri, say at least two people are dead and 15 people were reportedly injured in a shooting outside a bar.
School board president arrested on DUI charge
The president and longtime member of the Valley Center school board was arrested in Wichita on January 12th on charges of DUI and driving with no vehicle liability insurance.
Police: 2 dead, 15 hurt in shooting outside Kansas City bar
Police in Kansas City, Missouri, say at least two people are dead and upwards of a dozen people may have been injured in a shooting outside a bar.
Wichita police investigate newborn baby's death
Wichita police say they're investigating the death of a 7-day-old boy.
1 killed, 2 hurt in rollover crash in Pratt County
Authorities say one person has died and two others were injured in a rollover crash in south-central Kansas.
Person killed in house fire in south Wichita
One person has been found dead after crews responded to a house fire in south Wichita.
Earthquake rattles many in south central Kansas
Did you feel the earthquake at around 1:05 p.m. Sunday afternoon? If you did, you're not alone.
2 more Puerto Rico officials fired after warehouse break-in
Gov. Wanda Vázquez fired the heads of Puerto Rico’s housing and family departments Sunday in the latest fallout over the discovery of a warehouse filled with emergency supplies dating from Hurricane Maria.
The technology of the future paints a very lonely picture for all of us
While standing next to Samsung's new softball-shaped robot Ballie at the CES tech show this week, a company spokesperson told me the personal assistant prototype may one day be able to roll over to me and call 911 if I've fallen down. My dark-yet-immediate reaction was to wonder whether the newly-announced "artificial humans" from startup Neon a few booths over would be able to do the same.
Moody’s says 737 MAX layoffs threatens talent migration from Wichita
Moody’s Investors Services says the fallout from the 737 MAX layoffs in Wichita threatens to zap the region of vital talent in an already-tight local labor market and have other, broader impacts on the local economy.