Grant DeMars, KWCH Eyewitness News

Grant DeMars

KWCH Eyewitness News

Kansas, United States

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Past articles by Grant:

Wichita City Council to consider decriminalizing fentanyl test strips

Fentanyl test strips are illegal in Kansas, but on Tuesday, Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple and some city council members hope to approve a new city ordinance that would decriminalize them. → Read More

USD 259 superintendent responds to week of disturbances, guns found in Wichita high schools

Wichita Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Alicia Thompson issued the following statement on Friday regarding the recent incidents at the local high schools this week, including guns that were found at West, Heights and East. → Read More

Kansas Star Casino prepared for first legalized sports bets

As of noon Thursday, Sept 1, sports bets are legal in Kansas, whether at a state-owned casino in person or online. → Read More

Road to recovery: A look inside the Andover YMCA

Four months after a damaging EF-3 tornado severely damaged the Andover YMCA, we’re getting a better idea about when the facility will reopen. → Read More

Boil water advisory rescinded for Mulvane

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for the City of Mulvane public water supply system. → Read More

Kansas Representative Gail Finney dies, leaves behind legacy

Representative Gail Finney (D) Wichita, District 84, has died. → Read More

11 arrested in Wichita prostitution sting

11 men were arrested in Wichita during a prostitution sting Friday, according to booking records. → Read More

11 arrested in Wichita prostitution sting

11 men were arrested in Wichita during a prostitution sting Friday, according to booking records. → Read More

Prairie Creek Elementary School reopens for first day of class

It’s a day many didn’t think would happen this year, but Thursday morning, students returned to the classroom at Prairie Creek Elementary School. → Read More

Heavy police presence, SWAT on-scene in NW Wichita

WPD, SWAT, Negotiators are working to contact an armed man barricaded inside a home near 45th and Arkansas St. → Read More

Salina baseball team prepares to travel 6 months after deadly crash

For Coach Randy Newton, the 18u Akadema Scout Team team is about much more than baseball. → Read More

Sign vandalisms, thefts on rise ahead of vote on constitutional amendment

As the Aug. 2 primary election approaches, Kansans are seeing an increase in political signs across the state being defaced, destroyed or plucked from yards. → Read More

Sheriff’s Office responds to Saturday morning shooting near Derby, McConnell Air Force Base

Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office responds to, investigates Saturday morning shooting between McConnell AFB, Derby → Read More

Passengers encouraged to pack patience as holiday travel increases nationwide

It’s a busy weekend for airports nationwide, including Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita. → Read More

Wichita restaurants meet challenge to stay open during boil water advisory

While some bars, restaurants and cafes closed due to the water situation, others chose to work through it. → Read More

Prolonged drought lowers expectations for Kansas wheat harvest

The start of wheat harvest is days away for parts of Kansas, but because of the prolonged drought across the state, some farmers may have less what to cut. → Read More

Daycare demands increase as parents go back to the office

The school year is wrapping up, and with the demand already high, many local daycares are filling up fast. → Read More

Reno County moms helping others scrambling to find baby formula

The group called “Human Milk 4 Human Babies - Kansas,” is endorsed by Kansas Breastfeeding Coalition. → Read More

Doctors advise parents on getting through baby formula shortage

Families in Kansas and across the U.S. are still struggling to find formula for their babies. → Read More

Rural Kansans to benefit from affordable broadband internet program

The ACP essentially expands access to reliable internet by making it more affordable for low-income families, but in Kansas, the digital divide isn’t just based on income. → Read More