Krystle Sherrell, KSN News Wichita

Krystle Sherrell

KSN News Wichita

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Krystle:

‘Going a step above,’ Kansas Girl Scout leader’s dedication leads to Remarkable Women nomination

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Girl Scout patches, cookies, and experiences are something Tanya Honton-Leddy is all too familiar with. Forty-four years is how long she has been involved in Girl Scouts. She was a scout herself and an adult volunteer. It is her comfort zone, and she also provides that to the countless young ladies […] → Read More

Hospitalizations decrease in Sedgwick County for the first time in months

Hospitalizations in Sedgwick County are down to a level not seen since October. → Read More

Wichita Public School teachers to begin receiving COVID-19 vaccinations

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Wichita Public Schools teachers will begin receiving COVID-19 vaccinations on Saturday, February 13. The district has received its first supply of vaccines and will begin the first round at the Wichita Public Schools’ Alvin Morris Administrative Center. The prioritization plan for employees will follow Phase 2 of Governor Kelly’s vaccination plan. Employees […] → Read More

Sedgwick County health officer announces revised quarantine guidance for K-12 schools

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Sedgwick County’s Local Health Officer Dr. Garold Minns revised grade K-12 school quarantine guidance for local school districts to keep students safely for in-person classrooms. The modification was decided following conversations with local school district superintendents. “If a student comes in close contact with a COVID-19 positive person while in a […] → Read More

Bombardier will end Learjet production and cut 250 jobs in Wichita, plans to focus on Challenger and Global aircraft

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Bombardier Inc. will stop making Learjet aircraft the company announced in a news release on Thursday. The company said it will allow them to focus on the profitable Challenger and Global aircraft families and accelerate the expansion of its customer services business. “With more than 3,000 aircraft delivered since its entry-into-service […] → Read More

Sedgwick County sees largest EMS recruiting class since beginning of pandemic

Some relief is coming to Sedgwick County after seeing more people graduate training to become first responders. → Read More

Chiefs fan sells memorabilia in memory of wife, vows to continue helping recovering alcoholics

A Wichita man has a house full of Chiefs memorabilia, but he’s now selling a majority of the items in hopes of saving his home that has served as a meeting place and safe spot to recovering alcoholic. → Read More

Significant rise in suicide death numbers: WPD chief, mental health advocate weigh in

Local mental health advocates said suicide attempts are up significantly in Sedgwick County and the police chief is teaming up to raise awareness. → Read More

Kansas National Guardsmen share experiences from Inauguration

300 National guardsmen have returned home after traveling to Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration and some are sharing what they experienced. → Read More

Wichita Police see drop in crime near South Broadway after injunction on motel

The Wichita Police Department (WPD) has seen a drastic decrease in criminal activity near the South Broadway area after special efforts and an injunction forcing business owners to cooperate with investigations. → Read More

County commissioners add citizens advisory boards to promote transparency, accountability

Sedgwick County commissioners continue to develop citizens advisory boards to keep elected officials accountable, while working to remain transparent. → Read More

WPD trains recruiting class with largest number of female officers in department’s history

The Wichita Police Department is seeing a continuing increase in the number of women joining the career field and it’s making history in Wichita. → Read More

Secretary of State could appoint committee for election commissioner interview process

Sedgwick County commissioners have chosen not to move forward with potential legislation that would give the county more power when it comes to choosing the election commissioner, but have been informed of an alternative process that some said is fair. → Read More

County commissioners to consider legislation that would allow local selection of election commissioners

Sedgwick County commissioners will consider a change to legislation that would allow them to choose the election commissioner instead of the Secretary of State. → Read More

Teachers find unique ways to teach students about the Inauguration

The Inauguration of Joe Biden is an event that can serve many educational purposes, but for teachers working remotely, it opened up new options for lesson plans. → Read More

Local leaders to attend Inauguration in-person and virtually

Some local leaders are already making their way to the nation's capitol for Inauguration Day for President-Elect Joe Biden, while others plan to watch virtually. → Read More

Winfield company brings childcare to its employees

Many families have struggled with childcare during the pandemic, but one Winfield company has found a way to bring the daycare to the workplace. → Read More

Rental assistance could soon offer relief to some Wichitans

Help is on the way for Wichitans who are struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. → Read More

2 Kansas representatives say they will vote no on impeachment against President Trump

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Two Kansas representatives have released statements on how they will vote on the article of impeachment against President Donald Trump Kansas Rep. Jake LaTurner, 2nd District, said he intends to vote no by proxy on the article of impeachment. Here is the statement he released on Twitter. “Focus should be on […] → Read More

Will there be enough substitute teachers in Wichita?

As elementary students head back to the classroom for in-person learning on Wednesday (Jan. 12), there is concern about whether or not the district has enough substitute teachers for staff who are currently under quarantine. → Read More