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Wisconsin man to face charges in Koch cyberattack

A Wisconsin man accused of joining a cyberattack on Wichita-based Koch Industries organized by the computer hacker group Anonymous is expected in court to face criminal charges. Full story

Wichita County Holds Health Fair for Kids

Wichita County employees took time today to educate residents through their annual health fair. The Wichita Falls Wichita County Public Health District hosted a free event for children and their families to learn ways to be healthy and safe. Wichita falls safety commission had kids strap on helmets Full story

Free CHL Class Offered to Texoma Teachers

Teachers and faculty members from area school districts will have an opportunity to take a free Concealed Handgun License class.Point Blank CHL owner Chris Reitsma says ever sense the Sandy Hook Tragedy last year, free CHL classes have been offered to teachers all across Texas but not in Wichita fal Full story

Mayor Recongnizes Volunteers

Multiple volunteers around Wichita falls were recognized by the mayor for their hard work and dedication to volunteering. Some of those recognized were National Civilian Community Corp Volunteers--- which volunteer their time to prepare taxes for the united way free tax program. Dale Nelsen a nine y Full story

Storm could dump up to 8 inches of snow in Midwest

A major weekend storm could give new meaning to March Madness for the thousands of fans in Kansas City for the men's college basketball tournament, blanketing northern areas of the nation's heartland in up to a foot of snow and bringing downpours and possibly, tornadoes, to parts of the South. Full story

Insight: In heartland, Obama's move against jet loophole hits turbulence

WICHITA, Kansas (Reuters) - First came the recession, throwing thousands out of work. Then came the drought, choking crops and draining reservoirs. Then came the president, arguing that the private-plane buyers who fuel this city's economy benefit from an unfair tax break. Full story

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Nathan Rogers works on the jet assembly line at Cessna, at their manufacturing plant in Wichita
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Nathan Rogers works on the jet assembly line at Cessna, at their manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas March 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jeff Tuttle

A view of the jet assembly line at Cessna at their manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas
A view of the jet assembly line at Cessna at their manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas

A view of the jet assembly line at Cessna at their manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas March 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jeff Tuttle

A view of the jet assembly line at a Cessna manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas
A view of the jet assembly line at a Cessna manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas

A view of the jet assembly line at a Cessna manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kansas March 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jeff Tuttle

Wichita State's Baker and Gonzaga's Hart scramble for loose ball during NCAA tournament basketball game in Salt Lake City
Wichita State's Baker and Gonzaga's Hart scramble for loose ball during NCAA tournament basketball game in Salt Lake City

Wichita State guard Ron Baker and Gonzaga guard Mike Hart scramble for a loose ball during the first half of their third round NCAA tournament basketball game in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 23, 2013. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)