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Past articles by Madeline:

Hutch shoppers disappointed to see Kmart go

The Hutchinson store is the only one in Kansas getting the axe. It's been around since the 1970s, leaving many loyal customers in the community upset. → Read More

Rose Hill still without grocery store 3 months after Walmart closes

It's been nearly three months since Walmart closed all of its neighborhood express stores, including nine across Kansas. → Read More

Wichita shoppers react to Target's stance on transgender bathroom access

The national retailer announced this week that any transgender employees and customers can use the bathroom or fitting room where they feel most comfortable. → Read More

College Hill residents share concerns about drug recovery house moving in

College Hill residents learned more about a home for recovering drug addicts and alcoholics that's set to open in their neighborhood later this year. → Read More

Old Town bars to hire off-duty police officers to help minimize violence

Last month, the police chief unveiled a list of 20 suggestions for bar owners to follow to minimize the risk of violence. This week, a committee narrowed those down to 14. → Read More

Community worries kids won't know how to swim if Wichita closes pools

The community shared their opinions Thursday night about plans to make significant changes to Wichita's neighborhood pools. → Read More

Sedgwick Co. restaurant raises money to help 11-year-old burn victim

A local business has raised $10,800 for treatment for an 11-year-old burn victim. → Read More

Maize School District breaks ground on $70 milion renovation project

The renovations are possible thanks to the community's support. Voters approved a $70 million bond issue in June 2015. → Read More

Caught on camera: Thief steals puppy from Wichita home's front yard

The video from a neighbor's security cameras shows two puppies playing outside together when a teenage boy or young man walks up to them, bends down, takes one of the dogs off the leash, picks her up and sprints away. → Read More

Wichita family reunited with missing dog four years later

The Atkinsons believe someone stole their shitzu mix 'Molly' from their back yard. Fortunately, they had gotten her micro-chipped--a decision that paid off when Molly turned up at the Wichita Animal Shelter this week. → Read More

Wichita police issue 60 speeding tickets in Kellogg construction zone

It was part of a traffic enforcement sting from 10 p.m. until midnight Thursday to crack down on dangerous driving in work zones. → Read More

New Kan. coalition rallies in protest of Brownback's policies, funding cuts

More than 150 people shared why they say they're fed up with the state's recent fiscal policies and funding reductions at a rally in Wichita Wednesday night. → Read More

Kansas school finance bill redistributes funding dollars to help poorer districts

Leaders in the state's K-12 education system are breaking down what a new finance equity bill would mean for districts. → Read More

St. Patrick's Day, March Madness celebrations come with warning from Wichita police

With folks celebrating both St. Patrick's Day and the beginning of March Madness, many bars were packed Thursday night. → Read More

Seriously injured Amtrak passenger describes crash

One of the passengers seriously injured in the Amtrak derailment earlier this week is reflecting on the scary moments leading up to the crash, and his long road to recovery. → Read More

City of Wichita seeks new buyer for struggling redevelopment project

Council members dissolved an agreement Tuesday with the original developer, forcing the city to put the property back on the market to try to recover $7 million in debt and back taxes. → Read More

6 African elephants arrive at Sedgwick Co. Zoo

The newest residents of the Sedgwick County Zoo are spending their first night in their new home. → Read More

6 African elephants arrive at Sedgwick Co. Zoo

The newest residents of the Sedgwick County Zoo are spending their first night in their new home. → Read More

Bill would exempt Kansas from observing daylight saving

When we turn our clocks ahead March 13, it could be the last time Kansans have to participate in Daylight Saving Time. → Read More

Trump, Cruz planning Saturday campaign stops in Wichita

The caucus officially kicks off at Century II at 10 a.m., with Sen. Ted Cruz speaking to voters. → Read More