Greg Miller, KAKE News

Greg Miller

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Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Greg:

Slower economic recovery feared in Wichita

Kansas Senator Jerry Moran said lower demand in travel and previous disruptions to Boeing production orders could lead to a slower economic recovery in Wichita. → Read More

KDHE urges gradual re-opening

State health leaders are focused on working with local hospitals across the state as counties resume coronavirus response initiatives. → Read More

3 members of Emporia family test positive for COVID-19

He’s been on a ventilator since May 8 and is now at a Topeka hospital recovering from coronavirus. It's a recovery that’s been far from easy. → Read More

Phase II coronavirus clinical trial to begin in Newton

KAKE News On Your Side | Wichita | Kansas | Breaking News, Weather and Sports → Read More

KDOL, again, promises further assistance in unemployment claims

Kansas Labor Secretary Delia Garcia blames the bank for a lack of payment and smaller unemployment checks many have received in the last few days alone. → Read More

New problems emerge in unemployment application process

When Kelsy Napper woke up Tuesday morning, she’d hoped to go to the doctor for a flare-up of asthma. But her unemployment check was short $600. Her federal stimulus money wasn’t granted and no one ... → Read More

Salons receive state guidance on re-opening during COVID-19

As the state continues to re-open, more business sectors are receiving new rules to follow. → Read More

Report reveals double-digit declines across majority of Kansas job sectors

A new report from WSU’s Center for Economic Development and Business Research reveals grim expectations for Wichita’s economy along with the rest of the state. → Read More

Mental toll of coronavirus

Teleconferencing is about as close to a one-one conversation as people can get in public these days. And the lack of social contact can take a mental toll. → Read More

Medical offices re-arrange patient schedules

Nurses at Andover Family Medicine answered questions on the phone pretty often on Monday. Receiving and estimated 200 phone calls following the Coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Kansas couple departs Grand Princess ship following quarantine

Tom Rochat and Kris Parker’s cruise to Hawaii and back has taken a lot longer thanks to Coronavirus. → Read More

Calling about money owed: Some agencies do and it's not a scam

For years, government agencies have said they don't call about payments owed by taxpayers. But, some do. → Read More

KAKE NEWS INVESTIGATES: Tax Scams

It's National Consumer Protection Week and prime time for tax scammers. How they get your personal information changes so what are they doing this year? → Read More

Interest rate cut could boost home sales

Al Bliss just bought his west Wichita home in August and months later, he’s already been told he should refinance. → Read More

KAKE NEWS INVESTIGATES: V.A. Overpayments halted

The militia member who plotted to massacre Muslims is no longer being overpaid benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. → Read More

Local doctors inquire about travel history amid Coronavirus warnings

Debbie Kelly said she doesn’t mind her doctor asking questions about travel as Coronavirus continues to spread. → Read More

Company promises more details in riverfront development project

The spokesman for a newly-formed LLC said he can’t disclose the investors in the organization, but promises big results for the future of Wichita’s river development. → Read More

Michael O'Donnell, other GOP officials subpoenaed over Whipple attack ad

Attorneys for Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple have issued a subpoena for emails among Sedgwick County GOP officials to the party’s chair, Dalton Glasscock. → Read More

Family members demand change in officer-involved shooting investigations

Lisa Finch stood before state lawmakers demanding change. → Read More

'Service project' to send valentines to prisoners stopped at Newton school

Schools often assign community service projects – that’s not unusual. But some parents at Chisholm Middle School in Newton were upset with a service project students received: to write a valentin... → Read More