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Past articles by Nadya:

The Return Of Passenger Rail Could Mean Big Things For Towns Like Ark City — If Congress Makes It A Reality

South-central Kansas has been missing from Amtrak's map for decades. President Joe Biden's massive infrastructure plan could bring passenger service back to the region. → Read More

After Pandemic Cuts, New Wichita Budget Restores Some Services, Boosts Employee Pay

The Wichita City Council has adopted a $670 million budget for 2022. → Read More

Commissioners Vote Against Implementing Mask Mandate For Sedgwick County

After a tense two hours of public comment, commissioners voted 3-2 to receive and a proposed mask mandate, but not enact it. → Read More

Sedgwick County To Begin Administering COVID-19 Booster Shots This Week

Sedgwick County residents with weakened immune systems will be able to get a free COVID-19 booster shot beginning Wednesday. → Read More

Vegging Out: Why It's Getting Easier To Go Meat-Free In Wichita

Even in Wichita, Kansas — the heart of beef country — it’s getting easier to go vegan. → Read More

Wichita Delays Further Action On Non-Discrimination Ordinance

The Wichita City Council voted 5-2 to table a proposed non-discrimination ordinance until at least Oct. 12. → Read More

Celebrating Its 50th Birthday, Sedgwick County Zoo Unveils New Entry Plaza And Future Plans

The Sedgwick County Zoo officially opened its new entryway to the public on Thursday, one of several upgrades the zoo has planned as it turns 50 years old. → Read More

Kansas Congressional Republicans Call On Gov. Kelly To End Federal Unemployment Early

All five Republican members of Kansas’ Congressional delegation sent a letter to Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly this week urging her to halt the extended → Read More

Fans Welcome Affiliated Baseball Back To Wichita As Wind Surge Play Home Opener

For the first time in almost 14 years, Wichita baseball fans cheered on a minor-league team in their hometown. The Wichita Wind Surge played their → Read More

Wichita City Council Approves New Code Of Ethics

After months of town halls, workshops, and at-times heated discussions, the Wichita City Council on Tuesday approved a new code of ethics for elected → Read More

Lawsuit Challenges Wichita Police Department's Gang List As 'Unconstitutional'

The ACLU of Kansas and Kansas Appleseed are seeking to end the Wichita Police Department’s longstanding use of a confidential gang list, claiming it is → Read More

Biden Infrastructure Plan Could Speed Up Return Of Passenger Rail Service To Wichita

Advocates for passenger rail are optimistic the $2 trillion infrastructure package President Joe Biden outlined this week could speed up efforts to bring → Read More

Kansas To Open Vaccinations To All Adults Beginning Monday

Beginning Monday, all Kansans 16 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Gov. Laura Kelly said Friday the state is ready to move into → Read More

Sedgwick County Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility To Rest Of Phase 2 Residents

Sedgwick County is now offering vaccines to residents in all categories in Phase 2 of the state’s vaccination plan. Phase 2 includes public safety, higher → Read More

Sedgwick County Relocating COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic To Old Downtown Library

After two months at Intrust Bank Arena, Sedgwick County is relocating one of its COVID-19 vaccine clinics to the former central library in downtown Wichita → Read More

Wichita Public Schools Drops 'Redskins' Name From North High

Wichita North High School will no longer be the Redskins. The school board voted 6-0 Monday night to drop the controversial mascot at the recommendation of → Read More

Sedgwick County: Regular Shipments Of COVID-19 Vaccine To Begin Next Week

After a bumpy early rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, Sedgwick County says it expects to begin receiving regular shipments beginning next week. The county → Read More

Arrival Of COVID-19 Vaccine A 'Sign Of Hope' For Wichita Senior Living Home

Karen Smith decided five years ago to move into Wichita Presbyterian Manor. "It was a good decision," she said. "I wanted to come early. I was in the mood → Read More

Wichita Mayor Reflects On Challenging First Year In Office

When Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple was sworn into office on Jan. 13, 2020, he thought the recently announced layoffs at Spirit AeroSystems would be his → Read More

Fewer Kansans Expected To Fly This 'Different' Holiday Season

Wichita’s Eisenhower National Airport is looking at a slower-than-normal holiday travel season as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns → Read More