Tiffany Lane, KSN News Wichita

Tiffany Lane

KSN News Wichita

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Tiffany:

Kansas lawmakers react to impeachment inquiry against President Trump

WASHINGTON (KSNW) – Republican lawmakers from Kansas are sharing their reactions following the recent developments from Washington into the formal impeachment inquiry launched by House Republicans against President Donald Trump. “It’s going to be a big distraction,” said Rep. Ron Estes, a Republican from District 4. Congressman Estes says the impeachment inquiry can affect Kansans. […] → Read More

Wichitans go on ‘urban explorations’ to brainstorm ideas for riverfront development

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Tuesday night dozens gathered in downtown Wichita to brainstorm new ideas to revitalize the riverfront. The city is taking a different approach when it comes to suggestions. They are called urban explorations and are not your typical presentation. “I love doing that kind of thing,” said participant Harold Kieler. Wichitans came […] → Read More

Kansas National Guard training to better help local agencies during wildfires

As we prepare for wildfire season, state agencies are making sure they’re prepared for anything. This week dozens of Kansas Air and Army National Guardsmen and woman go through training. Fifty-three ground, 12 air and six water tender guards, have their hands tied this week, preparing themselves for fighting wildland fires. “This came about after […] → Read More

New trucks to help Wichita FD fight wildland fires

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – You will soon see a number of new fire trucks in Wichita. Two of them are designed just to fight wildfires. Right now when Wichita firefighters are called to a wildland fire, they often get stuck or have to walk hoses to fight the flames. But, two new wildland trucks as […] → Read More

‘It’ll be a whole new chapter for us’: Eureka football to play first home game

EUREKA, Kan. (KSNW) – It’s a homecoming more than a year in the making. Eureka football players will soon kick off on their own turf after a tornado destroyed their field and nearly everything surrounding it in 2018. This team is resilient. They haven’t had a home game since 2017. After a season of playing […] → Read More

‘It’ll be a whole new chapter for us’: Eureka football to play first home game

EUREKA, Kan. (KSNW) – It’s a homecoming more than a year in the making. Eureka football players will soon kick off on their own turf after a tornado destroyed their field and nearly everything surrounding it in 2018. This team is resilient. They haven’t had a home game since 2017. After a season of playing […] → Read More

‘Why would somebody do this?’: Students born after 9/11 get unique perspective

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) September 11, 2001 is one of the darkest days in American history. Eighteen years later, people across the country paused to remember the thousands of lives lost in the terrorist attacks. But not everyone remembers that fateful day. Students at Robinson Middle School were not yet born. It may not be in […] → Read More

Kansas State Fair to be fully powered using Kansas wind energy

Enel Green Power in partnership with Westar Energy and KCP&L have agreed to "retire renewable energy credits" equivalent to the amount of electricity expected to be consumed by the State Fair, making the fair 100% operable on wind energy. → Read More

Kansans head east to help as Hurricane Dorian threatens the coast

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – As Hurricane Dorian bares down help is on the way to the east coast, including from the heartland. Several Kansans are heading east to offer help, whether to aid with search efforts or provide medical support. And, there are many on standby to deploy as Hurricane Dorian continues to threaten the […] → Read More

Time running out to vote in Newton school bond

NEWTON, Kan. (KSNW) – Will newton schools get a remodel for newton high school, and possibly a new elementary school? Voting is happening by mail until Tuesday at noon. It’s a hot button issue you cannot avoid in Newton right now with signs all over town. “I am voting yes,” said resident Matt Hockett. “I […] → Read More

Shut down Arkansas River costs businesses, sports

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – If you didn’t move fast to get out on the Arkansas River, then you missed it. Swift waters have once again shut down the river for work and play. “It’s pretty frustrating,” said Wichitan Russell McClung. “The reason I moved here was because of all the outdoor activities,” said Alyssa Stockton, […] → Read More

KMUW to host mayoral debate as part of Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap

The debate will be held Tuesday, Sept. 10 at Roxy’s Downtown. → Read More

Siblings meet after 74 years

DERBY, Kan. (KSNW) – It took four siblings, including one who lives in Kansas, 74 years to meet up for the first time. The reunion happened a week ago and now the Munsons say there is no turning back. The siblings, living in different states were not sure of each other’s existence. That was until […] → Read More

Electric scooters banned at several big Wichita events

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – You see them on nearly every corner in downtown Wichita. But you won’t see scooters at one major event. Open Streets ICT, an event that shuts down Douglas Avenue, attracts thousands of people every year. But, the city announced this week electric scooters will not be allowed. “It’s fun, simple as […] → Read More

Beto O’Rourke makes first Wichita stop since announcing presidential run

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The presidential election is not until next year, but one candidate made an unannounced pit stop in the “Air Capital” Tuesday. It was Beto O’Rourke’s first time in Kansas since announcing his run for president. And it was not your typical campaign stop in front of large crowds. His press secretary […] → Read More

Notre Dame Alumni club donates grant to two officers for child death investigation training

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – A Notre Dame Alumni Club from Kansas is giving back to law enforcement and the community. The club partnered with ICT SOS after receiving a $5,000 grant. They donated part of the grant to send two officers to child death investigation training. The president of the club, Sean Tarantino, says it […] → Read More

$6.8-million construction project continues at Sedgwick County Jail

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – A gaping hole is the last thing you would want to see at a jail. That’s what you will currently find at the old entrance of the Sedgwick County Detention Center. It is all part of a $6.8-million renovation and expansion. KSN’s Tiffany Lane got an inside look on Monday. and […] → Read More

Hundreds pack first public meeting for Riverfront Legacy Master Plan

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – We are getting our first look at what Wichita’s riverfront could soon become. Wednesday, hundreds showed up to get sneak peak and give their input. People packed into the Wichita Boathouse to meet the group behind the plan, that would connect the east and west banks of the river. One of […] → Read More

First responders honored at NBC World Series

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Saying thanks to those who give to us was the theme at Eck Stadium Tuesday night. KSN was a proud sponsor of First Responders Night for the NBC World Series. Baseball fans honored those who serve and protect. “Tonight we’re just out here representing the Sheriff’s Office and interacting with the […] → Read More

NBC World Series on pace to have higher attendance in 1st year without Lawrence-Dumont

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – For the first time ever the NBC World Series is swinging into action in a venue other than Lawrence-Dumont. There was a lot up in the air the year leading up to this tournament. No Lawrence-Dumont meant the NBC would have to find a new home. But, the tournament’s General Manager […] → Read More