Hailey Tucker, WIBW

Hailey Tucker


Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent articles by Hailey:

Pratt community comes together to honor teen killed in ATV crash

The Pratt community is coming together after the death of a teen who impacted many. → Read More

Wichita woman struggling through heatwave after air conditioner goes out

With the air conditioning unit her home now silent and one of the hottest days in recent memory kicking off a string of triple-digit high temperatures, Shelley Monigold is searching for help. → Read More

Man reunited with K-State fraternity ring nearly 30 years after losing it in Austrian Alps

Nearly 30 ago, a Wichita man lost a ring from his Kansas State University fraternity in the snow-packed Austrian Alps. → Read More

Wichita police: City averages about 800 vehicle crashes per month

In a season where there are typically more drivers on the road, the Wichita Police Department reports the city averaging about 800 vehicle crashes per month. → Read More

Traveling during the holiday weekend? Expect busier roads and airports

The Fourth of July holiday weekend is expected to be one of the busiest travel weekend in year. 42 million Americans, including 325,000 Kansans, are expected to travel by car. → Read More

Legality of Delta-8 THC challenged, sales allowed in Sedgwick County, for now

For now, the use of Delta-8 THC is legal in Kansas, but Attorney General Derek Schmidt disagrees with that. → Read More

Legality of Delta-8 THC challenged, sales allowed in Sedgwick County, for now

For now, the use of Delta-8 THC is legal in Kansas, but Attorney General Derek Schmidt disagrees with that. → Read More

Goats used to maintain lawn for McPherson retirement community

Cedars Retirement Community residents like Roger Schrock and Lois Grove said they love the positivity the goats bring to their homes. Schrock said “it’s a good, comforting kind of feeling to look out and see the animals. → Read More

Wichita City Manager further addresses letter from former police chief, internal review

Wichita City Manager Robert Layton on Wednesday spoke in-person for the first time since former Wichita Police Department Chief Gordon Ramsay sent a letter warning of unethical behavior happening at City Hall. → Read More

Wichita Mayor, city council back third-party investigation into HR, WPD

Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple is responding to a letter written by former Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay. → Read More

Former WPD Chief warns mayor, council about HR Director and text message internal review

The Wichita Police Department’s former Chief of Police, Gordon Ramsay, has written a letter to Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple and city council members warning them “there is more going on here than meets the eye.” → Read More

Wichita teen explains ease of access to fentanyl, other drugs

It’s a situation that’s happening in every day. Young people are dying from synthetic fentanyl and often, they didn’t mean to take it. → Read More

Fentanyl crisis prompts Wichita, Sedgwick County law enforcement to carry Narcan

Opioid overdoses continue to rise, especially involving fentanyl. → Read More

Fentanyl abuse among teens on the rise in Wichita, Sedgwick County

Many of you have reached out to Eyewitness News about a Facebook post talking about the number of kids who have died recently from fentanyl overdoses. → Read More

Interim Wichita Police Chief considering run for permanent position

The Wichita Police Department’s interim police chief, Lem Moore, on Thursday, told Eyewitness News that if he’s offered the job full-time, he’ll take it. → Read More

Wheelchair basketball tournament in Wichita this weekend

The 2022 Wheelchair Basketball National Championships are being played in Wichita this weekend. → Read More

Wichita police identify boy killed in Kellogg crash, alcohol may be involved

The passenger was pronounced dead on the scene. → Read More

Mother marks 2 years since death of toddler in Little Walnut River crash

Friday, March 11, marks two years since a tragedy in Leon where nearly-two-year-old Addison Johnson died. She was with her father, Chris Johnson, in his pickup truck near the Little Walnut River in Leon when family says, he drove the truck off an embankment and into the water. → Read More

Caney Valley school district addresses alleged student recreation of racist photo

school district in southeast Kansas is holding a board meeting Wednesday night after a group of high school students are accused of recreating a racist picture in the school’s gym. → Read More

Kansas Highway Patrol releases report on crash that killed 2 Tabor students

A Toyota 4Runner went off an embankment at the county correction line and rolled. → Read More