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Young Boy Falls Out of Three Story Window and Remains Unscathed

Parents go to great measures to ensure that their children will be protected in the home. Electrical outlets are covered, small items that could be … Read More »

Toyota Recalls Over 1 Million Models

Toyota is in the news again for more recalls. Two car accidents and 18 injuries have been the result of faulty airbags and windshield wipers. … Read More »

Sharon Stone Sued for Firing Employee that was Hurt on the Job

Sharon Stone, an actress famous for her roles in “Basic Instinct,” “Total Recall” and “Casino,” is being sued for firing a maid that injured her … Read More »

Teacher Terminated for Political Cartoons Files Lawsuit

A teacher from St. Tammany Parish has filed a lawsuit against the school system claiming his rights under the teachers’ collective bargaining agreement were violated … Read More »

Watch Out for the New Scam in Wichita

Wichita is seeing a new and very believable scam. According to Elisabeth Myers, a phone call in which the caller claimed to be a sheriff’s … Read More »

Debt Collectors Posing as Attorneys Fool Many: Don’t Let Them Fool You

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has closed a Texas-based debt collection office after finding that the company used deceptive and abusive scare tactics to force … Read More »

Rare Ruling Allows Baseball Fan to Seek Damages from Foul Ball

A favorite pastime for many Wichita citizens is going to a Wingnuts game or cheering on Wichita State University softball and baseball teams. Although most … Read More »

Australian workers fired over “Harlem Shake” video

A new song has taken the Internet by storm. The “Harlem Shake” quickly went viral after people started making their own versions of the dance. … Read More »

Botched caesarian-section leads to Supreme Court ruling

Emily Armstrong is 12 years old. However, unlike most 12 year olds, Emily doesn’t play sports, stay up late on the phone or get in … Read More »

Two Wichita workers injured on the job by severe burns

A workplace accident that seriously injured two Wichita men is under investigation.

Both men suffered from respiratory burns and other burns to the face … Read More »

Wrongful death suit filed against city of Wichita for young girl’s death

The city of Wichita is facing a wrongful death suit after a young girl’s death last February. The family of Suhani Bhakta has filed a … Read More »

Can the flu shot save a healthcare professional’s job?

After refusing to take a mandatory flu shot, an Indiana hospital has fired eight employees. Concern about the spreading influenza led to the hospital implementing … Read More »

Kansas tops the list of most unprepared states for disaster

Two nonprofit organizations recently published a 79 page analysis called “Ready or Not?” over public health preparedness. It includes the ability of hospitals, health departments … Read More »

Portable generators that lead to fires and burns recalled

After discovering fire and burn hazards, the CPSC has recalled Honda’s portable generators. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products.

American Honda Motor Co. … Read More »

5 Hour Energy linked to wrongful death

Most people have heard of the popular 5-Hour Energy drink and many have tried it. However, this popular energizing “shot” may not be accessible much … Read More »

Five infant deaths lead to a recall on the Nap Nanny

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has filed a complaint against the makers of Nap Nanny, a portable baby recliner, after five infant deaths. The newest … Read More »

GM adds tire age warning after a horrific end to a family vacation

After a family vacation at Disneyland, three generations of the Taylor family were returning to their home in Phoenix when tragedy struck. On July 3rd, … Read More »

Wrongful Death Suit Filed Against Wichita Day Care

Many Wichita mothers drop their little ones off at daycare before they go to work. They say goodbye and return to pick their kids up … Read More »

Pea Pod Travel Crib recalled after baby’s death

Manufactured by KidCo Inc., the Pea Pod Travel Crib has been available to consumers since 2005. However, after one baby’s death and nine more becoming … Read More »

Kansas man in jail after high speed wreck

Usually, we only see high speed chases in the movies. However, south-central Nebraska saw a high speed chase that ended in a fatal collision involving … Read More »

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