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Lack of Zika-specific test creates dilemma for some pregnant women

A pregnant woman who seeks out a Zika test after traveling to a Latin American country where the mosquito-born virus is prevalent can receive a positive result even if she’s not infected. The ambiguity can force her to make a life-changing decision based on incomplete information if she fears giving birth to a baby with severe brain damage.

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Mentoring program sends middle school students high above Wichita

The Flying Challenge is a mentoring program sponsored by Airbus and coordinated by The United Way. The program teaches middle school students about the different careers in aviation.
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Mentoring program sends middle school students high above Wichita

Friday shooting in west Wichita 00:40

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