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According to the National Weather Service's fire range index, Sedgwick County is in the 'very high' category today -- with the highest poten…... [Read More]
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Tamara L Glodowski is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office for POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS. [Read More]
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According to Sedgwick County dispatchers, the child was injured in rural Reno County and driven to a hospital in Wichita. [Read More]
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Tyson opposition hit the streets on Saturday in Wichita as those who are against the poultry company putting a plant in Sedgwick County showed their... [Read More]
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Kansas farmers are encouraging Tyson officials to invest in a chicken plant in Sedgwick County. [Read More]
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Jerell is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office for PROBATION VIOLATION ON DOMESTIC BATTERY AND POSSESSION OF OPIATE CHARGES. [Read More]
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The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office is looking at ways to help ease the overcrowding of the jail. One solution would be to re-purpose the w…... [Read More]
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A Georgia man has been sentenced to two years and three months in federal prison for participating in a scheme that cost Sedgwick County $566,000. [Read More]
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A Sedgwick County Sheriff's Sergeant is giving back to others in a unique way. [Read More]
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Tyson says, 1600 jobs to be exact. [Read More]
The lion cubs were born overnight on Oct. 21 at the Sedgwick County Zoo. [Read More]
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The ARC of Sedgwick County flipped on its holiday lights Thursday evening. [Read More]
The Sedgwick County Zoo has announced the births of two African lion cubs.  The cubs were born in late on October 27 to first-time parents... [Read More]
The cubs are in healthy and thriving, but it is too soon to determine the genders of the cubs. [Read More]
The zoo welcomed two African lion cubs on Saturday, Oct. 21, to first-time parents Patty and Michael. [Read More]
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A Georgia man has been sentenced to two years and three months in federal prison for participating in a scheme that cost Sedgwick County $566,000.... [Read More]
A Georgia man has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison for his part in an email spoofing scheme that cost Sedgwick... [Read More]
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George S. James, 49, Brookhaven, Ga., pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud. [Read More]
A Georgia man was sentenced Wednesday to 27 months in federal prison for a cybercrime that cost Sedgwick County $566,088 dollars. [Read More]
A Georgia man will spend just over two years in federal prison for his part in an email spoofing scheme that cost Sedgwick County more... [Read More]
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