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Posted: $formattedDate - A Wichita man has been indicted on suspicion of trying to broker a deal to purchase a massage parlor that would offer sex services.
Updated: $formattedDate - A sperm donor at the center of a child support case wants a district court judge held in contempt of the Kansas Supreme Court.
Updated: $formattedDate - Rising temperatures increase health risks, especially for children, the elderly, and pets. And, your car is one potential hot spot. 13's Sarah Plake sees just how awful it is to be in a hot car.
Updated: $formattedDate - The Kansas House has rejected the latest budget bill increasing sales and cigarette taxes and avoid spending cuts.
Updated: $formattedDate - Firefighters of course fight fires, but they also fight raging waters.
Updated: $formattedDate - All eastbound lanes of I-470 are shut down from 21st Street to Wanamaker Drive, according to the Kansas Dept of Transportation.
Posted: $formattedDate - If you're craving fresh-baked bread, sweet strawberry jam, or the scent of seasonal flowers, you're in luck. It's now easier than ever to find your local farmers market, thanks to an online search tool from the USDA.
Posted: $formattedDate - The heat was no match for the sounds of one musician.
Posted: $formattedDate - The walls go knocked down on what will be Kansas’ only children’s hospital.
Updated: $formattedDate - "She was racing in the pool and got to the edge and said in a very small voice, 'I'm so tired.' And that was it," her heartbroken mother, Laura Aronson, said.
Updated: $formattedDate - The Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment announced the year's first reported case of West Nile Virus in Kansas. The agency said an adult in Lincoln Co. tested positive.
Posted: $formattedDate - Former Topeka jewelry store owner John Dasher pleaded guilty Wednesday to knowingly buying jewelry that was stolen in home invasions.
Posted: $formattedDate - A judge has denied a University of Kansas student's request to have records from a research center subject to open records laws.
Updated: $formattedDate - The infant son born of a brain-dead woman who was kept on life support so he could develop and survive has left an Omaha hospital.
Updated: $formattedDate - Before responding to the scene after reports of fighting at a pool party in McKinney, Texas, Cpl. Eric Casebolt had responded to two suicide calls that day, his attorney told reporters.
Updated: $formattedDate - A 114-year-old barn in central Kansas is the setting for a new Coca-Cola commercial that salutes Ford.
Updated: $formattedDate - Education supporters gathered Wednesday to tackle bullying.
Posted: $formattedDate - A programming note for Wednesday for viewers who receive WIBW over the air.
Posted: $formattedDate - Grab your video camera and show off your favorite things about Topeka for a chance to win some cash.
Updated: $formattedDate - An Overbrook woman will head to court next month, accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the company she once worked for.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Lawrence City Commission has approved new regulations for taxi companies that do not apply equally to ride-sharing companies such as Uber.