Tejay Cleland, KWCH Eyewitness News

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KWCH Eyewitness News

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Past articles by Tejay:

Wichita State prepares for season with interim coach, returning MLB draft pick

The Shockers kick their season off in just a month and look towards their returning bats to make a boom → Read More

Maize to host national Water skiing competition again

Some athletes are beating the heat by waterskiing. Over 600 athletes are in Maize to compete in the Water Ski National Championships. → Read More

Rising surface temperatures could make playgrounds dangerous

Surface temperature of multiple plastic slides at Riverside Park in Wichita reached over 130 degrees → Read More

Candlelight vigil held for the Nickerson family hit by car, killing father

Two days ago, her father, Trey Jones, died in the hospital from the incident. The community of Nickerson is rallying together to show their support for the Jones family. → Read More

Sedgwick County challenged with backlogs of cases, overcrowding in jail

Eyewitness News spoke with Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter and a local attorney about how the backlog has affected not only the courts, but the jail as well. → Read More

Wind Surge provide ‘big league’ experience for League 42

This weekend is Major League Baseball’s “Play Ball Weekend.” → Read More

Andover Benefit Concert brings out some of the area’s best artists

The historic Augusta Theatre hosted some of the best artists from the Wichita area on Sunday. All proceeds from the event went towards tornado victims. → Read More

Old Cow Town Museum holds annual Steampunk Weekend

Old Cow Town Museum kicked off one of its most popular events on Saturday, Steampunk Weekend. The event brings out plenty of fans along with plenty of costumes. → Read More

Nickerson soccer team honors late player with No. 8 jersey

Hadley Nelson died in October following a battle with bone cancer. She was only 16. → Read More

Haven residents rally to keep ‘in god we trust’ on police cars

The city attorney says the decision came out of an attempt to separate church and state, but several have voiced their opinions against the change since the decision was made. → Read More

Bull riders use unique talents to support fire victims

Mid Plains Bulls and Broncs decided to host the event to keep the support going for those who lost everything. → Read More

Wastewater plant gives off increased odor in South Wichita

A neighborhood in south Wichita has been experiencing an odor from a water treatment plant. The wastewater management plant on the hydraulic avenue has been experiencing a processing problem, resulting in an increased odor. → Read More

Kansas para-Olympian using success to give back to local non-profit

A Kansas woman who has been overcoming obstacles to achieve her goals for years now and is using her success to give back to the community. → Read More

Wind Surge implement ballpark development fee

Wind Surge's opening day was Friday at Riverfront Stadium, and many fans quickly learned that purchases such as this plate of nachos would come at a higher price this year. → Read More

From misery to ecstasy: KU fans run wild in Lawrence

From Allen Fieldhouse to Mass Street, Lawrence was transformed to Party Central. → Read More

Demand for KU gear grows amid title run

Rally House staff says that if the Jayhawks keep winning, the business will keep booming. → Read More

Jayhawk fans celebrate KU’s final four match-up win

The cities of Lawrence and Wichita are celebrating the Jayhawks’ win Saturday night. → Read More

Bald eagle, healed in Cheney after injury, flies again Monday

Once the bald eagle began treatment, the process to get it back to its natural habitat began. → Read More

Volunteers help Cottonwood Complex fire clean up efforts

Homeowners in Reno County continue to clean up from the devastating Cottonwood Complex fire that raged through the area two weeks ago. → Read More

Therapist: Sticking with daylight saving time could benefit health

Moving clocks forward could become a thing of the past. → Read More