Krystle Sherrell, KSN News Wichita

Krystle Sherrell

KSN News Wichita

Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent articles by Krystle:

Search for missing Overland Park mom moves to Mississippi River

The search for a missing Overland Park mother has moved to the water. → Read More

Kansas man sentenced six years for heroin trafficking

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – A 42-year-old Kansas man was sentenced Wednesday to six years in federal prison for heroin trafficking. Terrance Wills, Kansas City, pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute heroin. In his plea, Wills admitted he met two other men, who had transported the heroin from Texas, at a […] → Read More

Spirit AeroSystems to bring back some employees after layoffs, furloughs

Some workers at Spirit AeroSystems will return back to work after a 60-day layoff or paid furlough. → Read More

Watch Live: Wichita City Council discusses budget, other items

The Wichita City Council will be discussing the budget and mask ordinance during today's city council meeting. → Read More

Wichita mayor releases plan to avoid animal shelter budget cuts

The Wichita mayor is announcing a plan to avoid major budget cuts to the stray dog program at the Wichita Animal Shelter, potentially avoiding future stray dog issues. → Read More

City leaders consider strategies to avoid Wichita Animal Shelter budget cuts

Wichita officials are considering different strategies to avoid a 2021 budget cut that would eliminate the Wichita Animal Shelter drop-off program that helps care for strays and reunite lost pets with their owners. → Read More

Election commissioner opens up about primary and concerns for general election

The Sedgwick County Election Office is a little quieter than primary election day, but hard work is still going on inside to wrap up duties and results, as well as prepare for the general election in November. → Read More

Changes you can expect at the polls because of coronavirus

As we near the Kansas primary election, there are a few changes you can expect when heading to the polls, as well as with the results process. → Read More

Wichita mayor considers ordinance to address COVID-19 concerns at bars, nightclubs

Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple said he along with other city officials are considering more COVID-19 restrictions to address concerns of cases at bars and nightclubs. → Read More

‘It almost feels like I’m drowning’: COVID-19 patient shares battle

Angel Martinez, 36, is known for his devout work helping kids and teens in Wichita and is battling COVID-19 in the hospital. → Read More

1 death, 61 new cases of coronavirus in Sedgwick County

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Sedgwick County Health Department is reporting one new death and 61 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday. Right now, there are 1,722 active cases in the county. Hospitals are reporting 58 COVID-19 patients with 31 in the ICU. Since the pandemic began, there have bee 33 deaths and 2,827 cases. […] → Read More

COVID-19 cluster reported at local longterm care facility

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – Sedgwick County and Kansas Masonic Home announced Tuesday a COVID-19 cluster of 13 cases, including six staff and seven residents, at the facility. Previously, only staff had tested positive for the disease. All residents are being moved into private rooms with dedicated staff. The Kansas Masonic Home stated Tuesday, “KMH implemented […] → Read More

United Way taking appointments this week for Help Center’s August session

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The United Way of the Plains is now taking appointments this week through July 24 for its Help Center’s August session. The center will assist individuals who have been laid-off or furloughed or self-employed individuals whose personal income has been severely affected by the pandemic or aviation-related layoffs. To set up […] → Read More

Ascension Via Christi offers tips on how to properly wear and take off a face covering

Ascension Via Christi on Tuesday demonstrated how to properly wear and take off a face covering. → Read More

Coaches, players react to delay in football season

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW)- The Friday night lights won’t turn on as soon as players and coaches hoped after athletic seasons and practices are pushed as a result of Governor Laura Kelly’s order to delay the start of school. “One of my biggest fears is not being able to have a senior season,” said Ashton Ngo, […] → Read More

Finch family reacts to WPD officer’s appeal for qualified immunity

The family of Andrew Finch said they will continue fighting for justice after the attorney hired by the City of Wichita filed an appeal to a judge's decision to not allow Wichita officer Justin Rapp qualified immunity in the 2017 death of Finch. → Read More

Disabilities and face masks: What you need to know

The mask ordinance in Wichita has been in effect for several days now, but some people with disabilities are concerned after being asked to leave businesses because they did not have a mask on. → Read More

Sedgwick County adds 165 new coronavirus cases since Friday

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Sedgwick County Health Department added 165 new coronavirus cases since Friday. The county reports a total of 1,597 cases with 739 recoveries. There have been 28 deaths. Counties cases outside of Wichita Harvey: 52 Butler: 71 Cowley: 76 Sumner: 16 Reno: 96 Sedgwick County Health Department Update The Sedgwick County […] → Read More

Harvey County confirms six new COVID-19 cases

NEWTON, Kan. (KSNW) – The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed six new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include: A female in her 70s. This case is under investigation. A female in her 30s. This case is under investigation. A female in her 30s. This individual was in contact with a […] → Read More

‘He made anybody laugh,’ family remembers Lake Afton drowning victim

The family of 29-year-old Zach Shepherd is sharing their memories of him after deputies said his body was found in Lake Afton on Saturday (June 27). → Read More