Carly Willis, KSN News Wichita

Carly Willis

KSN News Wichita

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Carly:

Ascension Via Christi creates new post-partum, virtual support group

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Moms who gave birth in 2020 and 2021 may have different concerns than those who gave birth pre-pandemic. To answer some of the main concerns, Ascension Via Christi has launched a brand-new virtual support group for women who have given birth and could use some guidance. The group is open to […] → Read More

Protecting children’s mental health as they head back to school

Experts say heading back to school will be anything but routine this year. → Read More

Happening today: Vaccine clinics available in Sedgwick County

Three vaccine clinics are available in Sedgwick County on Wednesday, August 18. → Read More

Better Health and Wellness: Impact of estrogen levels beyond menopause and fertility

Estrogen, although present in small amounts in the body, can impact one’s overall health and wellness in a range of ways, from physical to mental health. → Read More

Lunchbox nutrition: Fruity chicken salad pitas with the Greater Wichita YMCA

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – What kids eat impacts how they learn. Evidence links healthy eating and physical activity with academic achievement, according to a report by the CDC. KSN teamed up with the Greater Wichita YMCA to make an easy, nutritious and filling meal for your child’s lunchbox or to eat after school. “A lot […] → Read More

Making the grade: studying effectively

The American Psychological Association says many students struggle to know how to study effectively. → Read More

‘Kindergarten bootcamp’ prepares Derby kids for challenges ahead

Kindergarten is a whole new world for incoming four and five-year-olds. → Read More

Better Health and Wellness: 25-year-old Wichitan breathing for Nebraska man in double lung transplant

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Zach Mendoza was known for his sweet tooth and servant’s heart. Father Joe Rodriguez said Zach always had candy and a Coke on hand. He worked for Connie’s Mexico Cafe and the Warren Old Town Theatre Grille, serving food to guests. When he was just 15 years old, Zach elected to […] → Read More

Good Samaritan stops unconscious driver’s SUV on busy Rock Road

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Andover mom Jefri Cook was headed southbound on Rock Road near 13th with her daughter on the afternoon of July 30 when she watched a black SUV ride up on a curb, back down, and turn and cut off the box truck behind it. She said the SUV was not accelerating […] → Read More

Better Health and Wellness: Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller on her bout with ovarian cancer

With seven Olympic medals, Shannon Miller is the most decorated female gymnast from Team USA. → Read More

COVID vaccines available at downtown Salvation Army on Wednesday

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – A free vaccine event is taking place at the Wichita/Sedgwick County Salvation Army Koch Center on Wednesday, July 28. No ID or appointment required. Both Johnson and Johnson and Pfizer vaccines are available from 9am to 3pm. “We’ve made it super convenient for you to get your vaccine, and just kind […] → Read More

One-stop COVID vaccines and license renewal available at downtown Salvation Army on Wednesday

A free vaccine event is taking place at the Wichita/Sedgwick County Salvation Army Koch Center on Wednesday, July 28. No ID or appointment is required. → Read More

Addressing disparities between African Americans and organ donation a ‘divine assignment’ for Wichita nurse

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – In her two jobs, Midge Dempsey sees life and death. She enjoys a career as a labor and delivery nurse and also a family services coordinator for the Midwest Transplant Network, where her self-described “divine assignment” began. “I did not realize there was a lack of African American donors,” Dempsey said. […] → Read More

Study: Nutrition matters when it comes to COVID-19

BOSTON, Mass. (KSNW and press release) – When it comes to developing COVID-19, what you eat matters according to a new study by health science company ZOE, Harvard Medical School and King’s College of London. Researchers analyzed the eating habits of nearly 600,000 study participants in February 2020, before the pandemic. What they found: People […] → Read More

Better Health and Wellness: Wichita radio host thankful for kidney donation that saved late wife

JJ Hayes' connected his late wife, Michelle, with an organ donor as her health was declining. → Read More

SWAT situation unfolding in east Wichita

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – A SWAT response is underway in east Wichita according to Sedgwick County dispatch. Police are responding to a situation near Kellogg and Rock Road. KSN has a crew on the way. We will provide more details once available on air and online. → Read More

Wichita Meritrust employee weighs in on advance child tax credits

Meritrust Credit Union's Financial Well-Being Director Chris Wolgamott says the advance credits could be helpful for families struggling to keep up with necessities. → Read More

Primary election 2021: voting early in Sedgwick County

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – Advance ballots for the Sedgwick County primary election begin mailing out Wednesday. Early voting in the election office (inside the old courthouse) begins at 8 am on Monday, July 19. Military and overseas voters can vote in federal elections by submitting to the Election Office a completed Federal Post Card Application. […] → Read More

Better Health and Wellness: Andover teen encourages other juvenile arthritis children to live ‘normal’ lives

The now-teen from Andover was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis (JA). → Read More

Kansas Works: 51,000 jobs available in Kansas, 5,000 in Sedgwick County

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – There are over 51,000 open jobs available on which includes over 5,000 listings here in Sedgwick County. Many employers are sweetening the deal by offering sign-on bonuses, flexible work schedules and remote work options. Two job fairs are coming up this week, both at the Wichita Workforce Center (2021 […] → Read More