Sarah Motter, WIBW

Sarah Motter

WIBW

Topeka, KS, United States

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Recent:
  • WIBW
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
Past:
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • KCRG
  • KFDA NewsChannel10
  • KY3 News
  • KOTA Territory News
  • KKTV 11 News
  • WABI_TV5
  • nbc15_madison

Recent articles by Sarah:

Washburn women take home a victory in nailbiter against Emporia

The Ichabod women’s basketball team took home a victory in Saturday’s nailbiter against Emporia State. → Read More

Police provide tips to spot possible victims of human trafficking during Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Residents of Riley Co. have been asked to keep an eye out for signs of possible human trafficking as it sits near a major trafficking location during Human Trafficking Prevention Month. → Read More

Kansas VA hospitals to open beds to non-veteran COVID patients as hospitals struggle to find space

VA hospitals in Kansas have opened their beds to non-veteran COVID patients to help with the influx as the state weathers the throws of the latest Omicron-fueled surge. → Read More

KU Coach Self’s father dies

University of Kansas Jayhawks Head Basketball Coach Bill Self’s father, Bill Self Sr., has died. → Read More

Topeka man sentenced to 20 years in prison for 2017 cold case homicide

The Topeka man convicted of killing a woman in a 2017 cold case has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. → Read More

Grant from Reeve Foundation makes new riding lift possible for Hope Ranch’s Topeka location

A grant from Christopher Reeve’s foundation has made a new riding lift possible for Hope Ranch’s Topeka location. → Read More

Topeka Dinner co-founder is mourned

Topekans are mourning the passing of a community leader. Pauline Johnson, co-founder of the Community Thanksgiving Dinner, passed away Thursday morning. → Read More

CDC: A quarter of Americans not active enough to stay healthy

According to data collected by the CDC, 25% of adults are not active enough to protect their health. → Read More

KDHE closes COVID-19 testing sites as extreme cold creeps across eastern Kansas

As extremely cold temperatures creep across eastern Kansas, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment has closed some testing sites and opened temporary ones in warmer locations. → Read More

As payday lenders charge up to 391% interest, community leaders call on Kansas legislators for change

As payday lenders are able to charge up to 391% in interest in the Sunflower State, community leaders have called on Kansas legislators for change. → Read More

Topeka among bottom half of safest state capitals

The Sunflower State’s Capital City has ranked among the bottom half of all capital cities in the nation. → Read More

Services set for second-grader who lost his life in house fire

Services have been set for a 7-year-old Topekan who died in a house fire in January. → Read More

Man accused of shooting outside Lawrence’s Outhouse arrested in Topeka

The man accused of a New Year’s shooting outside of the Outhouse near Lawrence was arrested in Topeka on Friday. → Read More

Kansas Court disbars lawyer for “ghosting” clients

The Kansas Supreme Court has disbarred a Salina lawyer after he allegedly “ghosted” his clients. → Read More

Kansas High Court denies modification of sentence for man convicted of 1996 murder

The Kansas Supreme Court has denied a motion to modify the sentence of a man convicted of a 1996 murder. → Read More

Officials plead with Kansans to drive safely as winter weather impacts road conditions

Officials took to Facebook on Saturday morning to tell Kansans to stay home if they do not absolutely have to leave the house as blowing snow has left road conditions in a dismal state. → Read More

Teen falls through ice, sparks warning to use caution

One young man got very lucky after he fell through the ice and was able to get himself out on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Topeka to feature new scuba school, indoor aquatic center

A new indoor scuba school and aquatic center is headed to east Topeka. → Read More

Topeka to feature new scuba school, indoor aquatic center

A new indoor scuba school and aquatic center is headed to east Topeka. → Read More

Kansas AG calls on Secretary of State to increase fight against deadly fentanyl

The Kansas Attorney General has called on the Secretary of State to increase his fight against deadly fentanyl. → Read More