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Recent articles by Morgan:

Wichita police: Body pulled from Ninnescah River is not Savannah Schneider

Savannah Schneider was last seen just after 5 a.m. Monday, June 1 at her home near 13th Street North and Maize Road. → Read More

Unity rally calls voters to action

At the unity rally today, there was a specific call to action, to get people to the polls. → Read More

Ozarks weekend party-goers asked to quarantine, local man has no regrets

The KDHE is now asking all Kansans who traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks this weekend to self quarantine. → Read More

Bankruptcy trending downward amid pandemic

Bankruptcy attorneys say they’re seeing a downward trend in the midst of the pandemic. → Read More

Phase 1.5 halts bars opening, Cana disappointed

Bars are on the list of businesses that have not yet been given the green light by Governor Kelly to re-open. Cana, a cocktail and wine bar nestled in the heart of downtown, had planned on re-open... → Read More

Patterson legal group surprises local Grubhub driver

What started out as a regular Tuesday morning for a local Grubhub driver turned into a day he’ll never forget. And it’s all thanks to one act of kindness. → Read More

Wichita man loses hard fought battle with Covid-19

After what seemed to be a miraculous recovery, a Wichita man has lost his battle with Covid-19 on Wednesday. His fiancee, Vickie Latimer, lost the love of her life. Iit was a morning in mid March... → Read More

IRS says stimulus payments to deceased recipients should be returned

If you've received a stimulus check in the name of a deceased loved one lately, you are far from alone. And you might be wondering what to do with it. When Mary Smith took a trip to her mailbox M... → Read More

Ousted vaccine expert from Hutchinson files whistleblower complaint

A doctor on the front lines of finding a cure to Covid-19 grew up in Kakeland. From Hutchinson, Kansas to Washington D.C., Dr. Rick Bright has certainly made a name for himself, leading the U.S. g... → Read More

A glimpse into Oklahoma's reopening, what Kansans might expect

Oklahoma has begun the process of reopening, and its giving us a glimpse of what Kansas could look like soon. Right now our neighboring state is in phase one of opening back up with personal care ... → Read More

100-year-old Wichita woman surprised with birthday parade

100 years ago, the Great War had just ended, bread was only 10 cents, movies were silent, and Eulalia Langford was born. Her big birthday party had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, but that di... → Read More

Covid-19 plasma clinical trial underway at Ascension Via Christi

Relief may be on the way for patients suffering from Covid-19. A new study has begun at Ascension Via Christi. The study is testing the use of convalescent plasma to treat patients with the virus... → Read More

Wichita community teaming up to give kids lunch

Every day, nearly 180,000 kids in Kansas rely on school lunch as their main source of nutrition for the day. Now, school is out, but the children still need to be fed. Several groups are stepping u... → Read More

Laid off school bus drivers looking for new jobs

With the Governor cancelling classes for the rest of the school year, school bus drivers are off the job. Mike Tuttle is walking away from his school bus facing the unexpected. → Read More

Wichitans coming together to help during Coronavirus crisis

As the number of covid 19 cases here in Kansas rises, so does the outpouring of help. → Read More

Coronavirus panic could compromise your immune system

When Governor Laura Kelly announced the first confirmed case of Coronavirus in Kansas on Saturday, her first words of instruction were "don't panic"... Psychologist Molly Allen say worry and stre... → Read More

Severe weather awareness week: Do not rely on tornado sirens

Severe weather awareness week continues today. A statewide drill this morning aimed at getting people's attention in a number of ways on different devices. → Read More

Census scam: know what's real before giving out your information

2020 marks another year census representatives will be sending out forms, making phone calls, as well as door to door solicitation. And it's important to be on guard for the sake of your personal ... → Read More

Homeless blind woman gets help from WPD HOT team

A Wichita woman who is homeless and blind is getting a new lease on life tonight, thanks to the homeless outreach team from the Wichita Police Department. Leslie Gray was beaten with a baseball b... → Read More

School Bus seat belts: should Kansas be required to have them?

"It was an icy snowy day and the bus they were taking lost control on a bridge and the bus fell off the bridge and fell on its top. Several people lost their lives," says Aaron Hannemann. That day... → Read More