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by Melissa Scheffler and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | August 28, 2013
Fried chicken. If only there was a way to enjoy this comfort food without feeling uncomfortable about all those calories. The Big Boss Oil-less Fryer might be able to help. It claims to cook with halogen, convection, and infrared heat. It says it can prepare crispy fried food with little or no oil. Denise Dias from the Sedgwick County Extension Office is helping us fact-check this fryer. "You know any way you can make fried chicken without any fat or oil, or very little ... yeah great idea," Denise said.
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by Melissa Sheffler and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | January 30, 2013
Many women dread getting on the scale. But Diane Greenleaf-Kisner, a dietician, stepped up to the challenge. She wanted to test the Weight Gurus Scale, a product that claims to calculate weight, body fat, muscle mass, body water, and bone mass just by standing on it. It sells at Bed, Bath and Beyond for $49.99.  Diane, who is used to calculating complicated health numbers, figured her stats before stepping on the Weight Guru Scale. "It's .7 off, according to that scale,” Diane said.
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By Melissa Scheffler and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | January 2, 2013
The WaxVac commercial captivated Marcy Kauffman so much, she emailed Does It Work. "I wanted to wait for the WacVac,” Marcy said. After waiting a few weeks for some serious wax build-up in her sons' ears, Marcy is ready to see if the WaxVac is truly a safe and effective way to suck wax out of ears. We bought two online for nearly $31. That includes shipping and handling and priority processing. Marcy begins the testing. "Well, I know it's getting some wax. Oh yeah.
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by John Boyd and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | May 3, 2013
The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office says a tip to Crime Stoppers helped them track down four people accused in the death of 19-year-old Jordan Turner. We hear about the Crime Stoppers Tip Line all the time. They offer cash rewards for anonymous tips leading to arrests in local cases. But, if you don't ever leave your name - how do you claim a reward? The Executive Director of Crime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County Gordon Bassham says the organization goes to great lengths to make sure tipsters remain anonymous, and to make sure they are able to claim rewards.
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By Melissa Scheffler and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | August 8, 2012
Did you know you don't have to rely on satellite or cable... to watch TV.  You don't even need those options to get a clear HD picture, if you have an HD TV set.  All you need is an antenna. When we have "technical" questions at KWCH, we rely on our engineers for the answers.  That's why we asked one of them--Mark Statzer -- to test the Clear-Cast X1 Digital Antenna.  After the extension table and shipping, you'll pay close to 82-dollars for the antenna. The product's website says with it, you will "receive (a)
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by Kim Wilhelm and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | November 15, 2012
We've all had them. That annoying neighbor who lets their dog bark at all hours or maybe that guy who decides to mow his lawn at 6 a.m. every Saturday morning when you're trying to sleep in. We get it. These are not earth-shattering issues or big crimes but rather little neighborhood nuisances that can affect your quality of life. Here are some of the most common neighborhood nuisances.  These ordinances are in Wichita, but most of these are against city code in some form or fashion for residents of other cities and towns across Kansas.  Check with your local police or city hall for more information.
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November 20, 2009
Marinated Philly Cheese Steak Recipe created by Raul Napier- Butler Community College Hospitality Management Student Ingredients: 2 lb marinated Flank Steak Hoagie Buns 2 yellow or white onions 2 Green Peppers 2 Yellow Peppers 1 Stick of butter Shredded Mozzarella Pepper Jack Cheese Slices or White American Cheese Slices   Marinate Ingredients and Directions: 1 bottle Worchestire...
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By Ryan Johnson and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | February 3, 2011
Maybe this has happened to you during the winter. You're driving down the road and you notice your car shaking. There may be an easy explanation for this....snow in your wheels. Auto mechanics like Fred Kaufman at LT Auto in Wichita say snow in your tires is pretty common after a bad winter storm. Snow can get packed in the wheels while you drive. This adds weight making it heavy on one side causing your car to shake. Fixing the problem is easy. "You've got a couple of options," says Kaufman.
SPORTS
By KWCH 12 Eyewitness Sports | October 18, 2012
Long-time KWCH 12 Eyewitness Sports Director Bruce Haertl will be reducing his duties in 2013. Haertl's reduction is at his request to accommodate his family situation. His wife, Sarah Haertl, recently accepted a position as the Director of Marketing at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Haertl family will be relocating to Tulsa after the first of the year. Bruce Haertl plans to continue working for KWCH in a reduced role. He will remain the voice of televised Shocker men's basketball games and cover those games for KWCH.
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By Megan Strader and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | January 26, 2011
He was convicted in one of Wichita's most infamous murders. Wednesday Eyewitness News learned Doil Lane will be going in front of a Texas parole board. Lane was one of two people convicted in the kidnapping and murder of 9-year-old Nancy Shoemaker in 1990. But before Lane killed Nancy Shoemaker, he killed an eight year old girl in Texas. Since that murder happened first, Lane was put on death row in Texas. Three years ago, the Texas sentence was changed to life in prison after a judge found him to be mentally retarded.
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October 3, 2011
From the Kansas Aviation Museum : Wichita: Deserving of the Moniker “Air Capital of the World” In the 1920's, Wichita became a hotbed for aviation enthusiasts, bound to build planes for an emerging new industry.  Many of these individuals came to Wichita to seek venture capital in the form of oil money much the same way computer luminaries migrated to Silicon Valley during the tech boom.  Others were residents of Wichita or...
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