Kylie Cameron, KMUW

Kylie Cameron


Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Kylie:

Wichita-area animal shelters put out calls for help as more pets are surrendered, less adopted

Local animal shelters are overflowing with cats and dogs. It's part of a national trend. → Read More

Boil water advisory lifted for Wichita, but still in place for some surrounding cities

Derby, Rose Hill and Valley Center remain under a boil water advisory, according to state health officials. → Read More

Boatright to receive $300K after being fired by Wichita State

Boatright signed a contract extension with the university in October 2020. → Read More

As overdose deaths rise in Sedgwick County, law enforcement officers are being equipped with Narcan

In 2021, the county recorded more than 200 overdose deaths compared to 162 in 2020, according to the Regional Forensic Science Center. → Read More

Wichita State to spend $70K to find next athletic director

Wichita State’s former athletic director, Darron Boatright, was fired by the university earlier this month. → Read More

Former Wichita police chief alleges interference in officer discipline; city denies accusations

Former Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay is running for St. Louis County Sheriff in Minnesota after he decided to leave the department earlier this year. → Read More

Report: Airlines not adapting well to increased passenger traffic

The report found that the number of domestic airline travelers rose by 83% in 2021 from 2020. → Read More

New report shows that thousands of south-central Kansas residents are food insecure

Kansas Appleseed says more than 1 in 10 people in Sedgwick County are food insecure. → Read More

Wichita City Council passes additional incentives for Riverfront Stadium developers

Construction is set to begin on the developments in July. → Read More

Interim Wichita Police Chief may apply for vacant chief's position

Lemuel Moore is a 30-year veteran of the department and was named interim chief earlier this year. → Read More

Board finishes investigation into racist text messages; makes recommendations to Wichita Police Department

The recommendations follow an investigation into racist text messages by some police officers. → Read More

Funding for Wichita State’s ShiftSpace Art Gallery uncertain

With the cut, the space could lose its part-time gallery manager and paid student workers. → Read More

Wichita Police Department under investigation for racist text messages

City Manager Robert Layton said he was not made aware of the situation until late last month. → Read More

Youth advocates want more positive investments after teen shooting at Towne East Square

Their comments followed a shooting at Towne East Square last week that killed a 14-year-old boy. → Read More

Wichita mayor calls for change after mall shooting death of 14-year-old

Wichita Police said the shooting occurred during a fight on the lower level of Towne East Square. A 14-year-old boy was killed; a 16-year-old and 17-year-old were taken into custody. → Read More

Complaints filed under the city of Wichita’s new nondiscrimination ordinance

The ordinance went into effect at the beginning of this year. → Read More

Two years later, kids born in 2020 still experiencing pandemic

Pandemic babies aren't babies anymore — they're toddlers. → Read More

Wichita poised to hire search firm to help find its next police chief

The City Council is expected to approve a contract this week with Public Sector Search & Consulting. → Read More

Recent cold snaps have killed at least 5 homeless people in Wichita

Advocates to End Chronic Homelessness said the number of deaths is more than it has seen in recent memory in a two-month span. → Read More

Joint task force reviewing teen’s death to send letter to DOJ requesting investigation

A member of the task force said the Department of Justice would have access to records that they would not have. → Read More