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WPD seeks volunteers to monitor handicapped parking violations

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The Wichita Police Department on Tuesday said it is looking for volunteers to monitor parking lots for handicapped parking violators.

According to Lieutenant James Espinoza, the program’s supervisor, said volunteers would monitor parking lots, photographing violators who illegally park in marked handicapped spaces without a handicapped placard or license plate. 170 more words


Do you know how to identify and report human trafficking?

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – This week KSN exposed some of the issues with human trafficking in Sedgwick County that often get overlooked.

Local law enforcement agencies and other organizations are all trained on handling the crime but there is also a lot the public can do to help, starting with knowing what to look for. 599 more words


Local agencies fight human trafficking, misconceptions about the crime

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – A silent crime is sweeping the streets nationwide threatening the safety of men, women, children and adults. That crime is human trafficking. 593 more words


Fugitive Lawyer Javas Up, WBA Treats

The Fugitive Lawyer grabbed a Flat White at Pippen Hot, and did it on the WBA tab. The fugitive has been on the run for some time, and despite being number eight on the Waterbank’s Most Wanted, lives an envious life of comfort. 87 more words


Three Wichita businesses robbed overnight

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Police are investigating after three robberies occurred at separate Wichita businesses overnight.

Sgt. Joe Kennedy with the Wichita Police Department says the first happened at a Nu Way restaurant in the 1400 block of West Douglas, just after 8 p.m Friday. 147 more words


ERIA Zombism Contained!

News has come in that the Zombism outbreak at ERIA has been contained and cleanup operations are underway. The weeks long contagion tested the resolve of emergency responders and in a state of emergency, Regional Governor Chia called on the public to help. 172 more words


Police: Protect your home by safely tossing empty boxes

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Some of you may have scored big if Santa dropped off new TVs, tablets or other big ticket items this year. 417 more words