Devon Fasbinder, KWCH Eyewitness News

Devon Fasbinder

KWCH Eyewitness News

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Devon:

Flooding disrupts holiday plans, but helps fishing

Though flooding disrupted some people's holiday plans on El Dorado Lake, fisherman say it may have helped them. → Read More

Local woman inundated with calls after VA Medical Center prints wrong number

The Robert J Dole VA Medical Center sent a letter to veterans dated last week with the wrong phone number listed. The number belongs to a local woman. → Read More

FF12 goes to Tulsa to see how baseball and parking works there

As developments and planning continue for Wichita's new baseball stadium, FactFinder 12 went to Tulsa to see what works there. → Read More

FF12 looks into the real cost of being a bridesmaid

Factfinder 12 looks into the costs associated with yes to being a bridesmaid. → Read More

Lake for future Splash Aqua Park safe, owner says

After several of you questioned whether the lake near I-235 and Seneca is safe for the new splash park, FactFinder 12 got answers. → Read More

Who could replace retiring Senator Pat Roberts? A list

As longtime Congressman Pat Roberts retires, FactFinder 12 looks at who is considering a run to replace him in 2020. → Read More

15,000+ people at risk after Ransom Memorial Hospital phishing attack

A phishing attack leaves more than 15,000 Kansas people's personal information at risk after Ransom Memorial Hospital in Ottawa, KS says several employee email accounts were compromised. → Read More

State representative takes down false voting information, calling it "a joke"

State Representative John Whitmer posted false voting information on Facebook drawing criticism from the community. He later took the post down calling it 'a joke.' → Read More

WPD lieutenant sues city for gender discrimination and retaliation

A Wichita Police Lieutenant is suing the city for Title VII and Civil Rights Act violations, specifically, gender discrimination and retaliation. → Read More

FF12: Use Timehop? Your personal info was likely hacked

TimeHop reports roughly 21 million users' personal information was leaked in a hack that happened on July 4th. → Read More

Ex-militia member testifies about FBI agreement in Kansas bomb plot case

A former militia member who worked for the FBI to collect information testified Tuesday about his agreement with the FBI and his role in certain decision making with regard to a bomb plot. → Read More

New bill would make "swatting" a crime and could lead to decades in prison

A new bill introduced Tuesday would make 'swatting' a crime and a deadly swatting case punishable with 10 to 40 years in prison. → Read More

Brewer family launches non-profit in memory of Evan

The non-profit will aim at connecting families to experts who can help them navigate the legal system in the fight for their kids' safety. → Read More

FF12: Employment scam hits South Haven woman

She thought a new job was on the horizon - but it turned out to be a scam. Now she wants to warn others. → Read More

FF12: Corbin Breitenbach wants acquitted of all charges

In more handwritten letters, Corbin Breitenbach who is accused of raping a 7-year-old, says he should be acquitted of all charges based on violations of his rights. → Read More

BEHIND PRISON WALLS: FF12 finds what's really happening in prisons

After two disturbances at two Kansas prisons, FactFinder 12 finds the Kansas Department of Corrections released inaccurate information and withheld other information from the public. → Read More

Wichita public housing to get up to $60 million renovation

The Wichita Housing Authority learned this week it has been accepted to the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (RAD) and can renovate 578 units and properties. → Read More

FF12: Man charged with attempted capital murder questions charges

Corbin Breitenbach, a man charged with attempted capital murder, continues to try to write his own court motions. The letters show concern for his charges. → Read More

FF12: Board of Regents orders DCCC to return more than $8,000 in grant money

Dodge City Community College now confirms employees misused more than $8,000 in federal grant money on Colorado trips. → Read More

FF12: Murder suspect claims to be hypnosis victim in letters to judge

Rachael Hilyard, the woman arrested for the decapitation and death of Micki Davis has written letters to a judge from jail stating she may be a victim and talking about an exorcism. → Read More