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Breaking news overnight, as police in Southwest Wichita are investigating a stabbing death on South Martinson. Police have been on the scene most of the night southwest of McCormick and Seneca after initial reports of a fight between a man and a woman. The woman is reportedly dead, while the man was taken to the […]
Kansas is sending a delegation dominated by Bernie Sanders supporters to a Democratic National Convention controlled by Hillary Clinton. Local party leaders are hoping past divisions heal enough that the presidential race in their Republican-leaning state won’t be a blowout. Sanders delegates head to the convention in Philadelphia with differing opinions about whether a proposed […]
A man from Derby has now pleaded guilty in Sedgwick County District Court to federal tax fraud charges. The case involved 47 year-old Harvey Self. Court documents say he tried to obtain some-60,000 DVD movies at discounted prices from the Disney Movie Club. Acting US Attorney Tom Beall said in a news release that Self […]
A fatal crash in Wichita late Thursday. It happened near Harry and Estelle, where one person is confirmed dead and two others injured. It happened just before 8pm. Officers shut down Harry Street, east of Grove for several hours, although it is now back open. The names of the victims have not been released.
A judge will hear arguments on whether to block the two-tiered voting system in Kansas just days before the primary election. Shawnee County District Judge Larry Hendricks has set a July 29 hearing in Topeka on the American Civil Liberties Union’s request for a temporary restraining order.
A prosecutor says bond has been set at $10 million for a man charged with capital murder in the death of a Kansas City, Kansas, police officer. Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome Gorman announced Jamaal Lewis’ bond amount Thursday after saying that Lewis fired the shots that caused police Capt. Robert Melton’s death Tuesday. The […]
The Kansas Supreme Court is preparing to rule again on whether a man convicted of fatally shooting a sheriff during a 2005 drug raid will face execution. The court said it would issue a decision Friday on Scott Cheever’s appeal. The Kansas court in 2012 ordered a new trial for Cheever. The U.S. Supreme Court […]
The latest police department in Kansas to get body cameras is Dodge City. Deputy Chief Jared Goertzen says all 48 Dodge City officers will be fitted with the devices. He says the cameras are being brought in to help improve officer-community relations and interactions.


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