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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 Susan Gager and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | July 11, 2012
“They can force her, spray her, and take her down.  That's what they've got taser guns for.  Why did they use one?” asks Sherry Reddings. Family members are searching for answers after police fatally shoot 44 year old Karen Day Tuesday night.  Police say Day approached officers with a knife, ignoring their commands, but family now question if there wasn't a better way to handle the situation.  Family members are living a nightmare Wednesday...
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by Melissa Scheffler and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | February 27, 2013
Susan Clark's '94 Jimmy has spent some time in the sun. "It's pretty weathered," Susan said. That's why she asked us to test "Wipe New. " The commercial says "It's the world's longest lasting solution for restoring and protecting your vehicle. "  The maker's claim "Wipe New" can restore faded plastic inside and outside of your vehicle. We bought it online for $19.95, plus shipping and handling. Susan put on gloves to get ready for the procedure. She poured some of the solution onto an applicator cloth.
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by Adia Hamer and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | May 22, 2013
The trial for a Kingman man accused of killing his wife and starting their home on fire started Wednesday.  During opening statements, the prosecution told jurors that Brett Seacat intentionally planned the murder and framed his wife Vashti Seacat in April 2011. "Fire destroys evidence, nobody knows that better than a law enforcement officer," said Assistant Attorney General Amy Hanley.  Hanley told jurors Seacat killed Vashti because she was going to divorce him.  She says he told her that if she ever left him, he would kill her and burn the house down.
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By Christina Karaoli and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | September 3, 2013
It's been almost a month since Brett Seacat was transferred from jail to prison, to serve more than 30 years for murdering his wife and setting their Kingman home on fire. That's not nearly enough time for Vashti Seacat's family to move on. "There's a lot of pain," said her sister, Kathleen Forrest. "It doesn't just bounce back. I'm shocked how long it takes. " Forrest says the family is also frustrated that Seacat couldn't get the maximum sentence - the "Hard 50. " Prosecutors dropped the Hard 50 because of a Supreme Court ruling that says only a jury can hand down that sentence.
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by Kim Hynes and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | November 29, 2011
Vashti Seacat was afraid of her husband.  That's what her sister Kathleen Forrest testified Tuesday afternoon during Brett Seacat's preliminary hearing. He's charged with killing his wife and setting their Kingman home on fire back in April. Forrest said for months, every time she talked to Vashti she mentioned that she was afraid of Seacat.  She says Vashti told her that Seacat had recently dreamt that he killed her.  Forrest testified that she told Vashti to get a protection order.  She also testified that a few weeks before her death, Vashti had a sexual encounter with a co-worker.
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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 | 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 Scheffler and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | April 17, 2013
While Mooyah employees keep customers happy, owner Anthony Powell isn't afraid to get a little dirty cleaning floors. "Until something better comes along, this is what we're stuck with," Anthony said. Well, we might have something better; it's called the Hurricane 360 Spin Mop. Its commercial says it's "a system that cleans practically anything and everything and uses patented centrifugal dryer technology, so you're using a clean mop to leave your floors spic and span. " We bought the Hurricane 360 Spin Mop online for nearly $53. We put it together quickly.  But Anthony thought something was missing.
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May 1, 2009
Victim: Mary Lang Age: 31 Hometown: Hays, Kansas Last Seen: Downtown Hays at around 1 pm, October 21st, 1983 About the Case: Lang had just started working for a local attorney in the city of Hays. She was taking papers to other attorneys in town to be signed when she disappeared. Her car was found parked near downtown Hays with the driver's side door slightly open and the papers and her purse on the front seat. Days later, a search team found her coat along a country road six miles from town with her car keys in the pocket.
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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 Rebecca Zepick White and KWCH 12 Eyewitness News | August 9, 2011
  Click here to see photos of the brown widow spider Most people have heard of black widow spiders, but an even more venomous brown widow spider , Latrodectus geometricus has been confirmed in Kansas according to a local exterminator. Kent Foley, President of Arrest A Pest - Pest Solutions says that large brown widow has been removed from a home in Haysville, Sedgwick County, KS. It is believed to be the first found in the state. The spider is now residing safely in an enclosure in Foley's office.
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