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A loaded gun was found in a pasenger’s carry on bag at Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita on Monday. TSA says they found the .380 calibre Smith and Wesson Bodyguard firearm loaded with six rounds at the checkpoint screening area. The passenger was interviewed and later allowed to continue to his flight. Firearms are allowed […]
The Kansas Senate has approved a compromise on regulations that ride-hailing company Uber says will allow it to stay in the state.. Under the new measure, Uber and other ride-hailing companies could do private background checks on their subcontracted drivers under the bill. But they could face lawsuits from the attorney general if drivers were […]
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill clarifying the legality of fantasy leagues. The legality of fantasy sports leagues has been in dispute because the Kansas Constitution allows only the state to administer games fitting a broad definition of a lottery. The state’s gambling regulator announced in August that it viewed fantasy sports as […]
Active duty military and their families can now get free admission to several Wichita museaums through Labor Day as part of the annual Blue Star Museums program. More than 2,000 museums across the country will be offering the free admission. In Wichita, the attractions that are free starting Monday are Botanica, the Mid-America All-Indian Center, […]
A new proposal for narrowing a tax break for business owners and farmers has emerged in the Kansas House. Chairman and Republican Rep. Marvin Kleeb of Overland Park said the proposal could raise between $45 million and $55 million during the fiscal year beginning July 1.
The US Military confirms the wreckage of a helicopter providing aid to earthquake victims in Nepal – has been found. That helicopter was being piloted by Wichitan Chris Norgren. This morning, members of the US militay were seen pulling up to the home of Norgren’s family. Rescuers had been searching for the downed helicopter for […]
Republican legislators in Kansas are moving toward increasing the state’s sales tax to help close a budget shortfall while also reducing the tax on food. The House and Senate tax committees reviewed multiple proposals for raising revenues to close a projected $406 million deficit in the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. No […]
Part of a ceiling collapsed in a substance abuse recovery center in Wichita, leaving multiple people with minor injuries. A section of ceiling in the DCCCA’s Women’s Recovery Center collapsed late Wednesday. 12 people had minor injuries. Maintenance crews will assess the damage later this morning.

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