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McDonald’s owner says video shows their employee didn’t insult Kansas officer

A McDonald’s fast food restaurant in Kansas is receiving national attention after a police officer said he was handed a coffee with an expletive and the word “pig” written on it.

Woman killed in deputy-involved shooting after chase, sheriff’s office says

Authorities say a Sedgwick County deputy shot and killed a woman who drove her car toward law enforcement early Monday morning.

More than 18,000 sign petition to bring Miami QB to Arrowhead to bang the drum

Chiefs fans want Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to be the guest drummer at Arrowhead Stadium for Kansas City’s first playoff game.

Kansas man dies after driver punches him in road rage incident

Police said Saturday in a news release that 55-year-old Charles McPeek died on Friday, a week after police say the violent confrontation happened on Dec. 20. 

Eliseona Perez

Family needs help to find missing 16-year-old Kansas girl

A Newton, Kansas, family is asking for help in finding a missing 16-year-old girl. Eliseona Perez was reported missing on December 10.

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Man critically hurt, drives through Spirit AeroSystems fence

A man is critically hurt early Sunday morning in a southeast Wichita crash. 

Family, friends hold vigil for Melinda Sprague, murdered mother of three

It was a somber day for many as family and friends gathered to honor 41-year-old Melinda Sprague, a mother of three found murdered in her car on Thursday.  

This week is the somber anniversary of the largest mass execution in the US

On this week more than 150 years ago, dozens of Native American men were killed by the government in the largest mass execution in US history. In the Dakota War of 1862, also known as the Sioux Uprising, groups of Dakota (part of the Sioux group of Native American tribes) were angry with the US government over broken land treaties and late annuity payments. 

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