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Ross Janssen

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KWCH

HQ Phone:  (316) 831-6022

Email: r***@***.com

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KWCH

2815 E. 37th St. N

Wichita, Kansas,67219

United States

Company Description

KWCH was the first television station in Kansas and began broadcasting on July 1st, 1953 under the call letters KTVH. In 1983, KTVH call letters changed to KWCH. In September of 2006, Schurz Communications purchased KWCH and its satellite stations establishing... more.

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Ross Janssen, rjanssen@kwch.com Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that much needed rain Wednesday evening could come with the price of hail and wind.


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Ross Janssen, rjanssen@kwch.com Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that sunshine and wind will be back for the start of the holiday week.


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Ross Janssen, rjanssen@kwch.com Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that warmer weather should continue through the first half of the week with temperatures getting into the 80s over the next couple of days.


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Ross Janssen, rjanssen@kwch.com Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that warm and dry weather can be expected for the start of the new week.


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Ross Janssen, rjanssen@kwch.com Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that the clouds and some sprinkles will hold the temperatures down on Friday, but a warm up is coming for the weekend.


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