Krystle Sherrell, KSN News Wichita

Krystle Sherrell

KSN News Wichita

Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent articles by Krystle:

Wichita Library considers sex offender checks for program presenters

The Wichita Public Library is considering a policy that would require sex offender checks for people wanting to become a program presenter. → Read More

“I went over the bump and lost my breath’: heat damages roads in Wichita and Hays

The extreme heat is taking a toll on roads in the Wichita area. Some drivers say their cars were damaged while driving over the damage. → Read More

Towne West Square sold to new retail investment group

The Kohan Retail Investment Group purchased the mall for $14 million dollars. → Read More

Veteran Discount Card program launches today

The Veteran Discount Card program began today in Sedgwick County. → Read More

Arkansas City officials warn residents of possible levee failure

Officials in Arkansas City are going door to door to warn residents of possible levee failure because of the constant saturation of soil. → Read More

"These helped us put man on the moon;" Cosmosphere restores Apollo-era mission control consoles

The Cosmosphere Space Museum in Hutchinson has spent a year and a half restoring mission control consoles from the Apollo-era. → Read More

'It's been pretty rough': Augusta residents fear more severe flooding

Just days after Augusta residents were hit hard with flooding, more could be headed to the area. Some residents said they're still trying to manage the damage from last time. → Read More

Police investigating possible rape of 91-year-old woman at assisted living facility

Wichita police are investigating the possible rape of a 91-year-old woman at an assisted living facility. → Read More

Caught on video: Seven Delano businesses vandalized

The Wichita Police Department said they are looking for a suspect who vandalized several doors and businesses Wednesday. → Read More

Derby man pulls nearly 50 tires from the Arkansas River in two days, urges pollution change

A Derby resident is working to find out where the constant pollution in the Arkansas River is coming from after finding dozens and dozens of tires floating in the water near his backyard. → Read More

Love Your Community expected to draw in more than a thousand people

The Love Your Community event kicks off on Saturday (Apr. 27) and it's aimed at bringing people in Wichita together and allowing them to get to know law enforcement officers, city leaders and others in the area. → Read More

Nine transported to hospital after carbon monoxide poisoning

The Wichita Fire Department responded to a home in the 2900 block of North Meridian just after 8 p.m. Tuesday for a carbon monoxide poisoning. → Read More

Marquette grocery store offers stock to help save 100-year-old business

The only grocery store in Marquette is now offering stock in the store in hopes of saving the 100-year-old business. Store owners and residents said business has decreased since the loss of the town's school years ago. → Read More

Parking officials say there are sufficient spaces for new baseball stadium

A common concern for many for the new baseball stadium is parking. → Read More

Reno County Sheriff investigating vandalism at Pretty Prairie school

The Reno County Sheriff's Office is investigating vandalism to the music and band room at a Pretty Prairie school. → Read More

Promposal: Dream come true for two Garden Plain teens

A Garden Plain senior invited the whole school to watch him ask a special someone to prom. The two students share some special qualities that continue to inspire everyone. → Read More

Mother of boy who was found encased in concrete sentenced to 25 years

Miranda Miller, the mother of young Wichita boy whose body was found encased in concrete, was sentenced to 25 years behind bars for the murder of her son. → Read More

Strong beer coming to Kansas grocery and convenience stores, changes to liquor stores

Kansans will soon be able to buy full-strength beer at grocery or convenience stores and liquor stores will be adding some product to their shelves too. → Read More

Andale church reborn after devastating fire

Just months after a fire that lead to millions of dollars in damage at St. Joseph Catholic Church, parishioners are seeing the renovated church for the first time. → Read More

Fighting blight homes in Wichita, other parts of Kansas

Blight homes have been an issue in Wichita and around Kansas for years, but two bills going through the state legislature could bring hope to residents frustrated with the eyesores. → Read More