Hailey Tucker, KWCH Eyewitness News

Hailey Tucker

KWCH Eyewitness News

Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent:
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
  • WIBW
Past:
  • WABI_TV5
  • KCRG
  • ABC12WJRT
  • KOTA Territory News
  • KWQC-TV6 News
  • KY3 News

Recent articles by Hailey:

Kansas hospitals at ‘breaking point’ amid COVID surge

Kansas continues to see new highs in its COVID case rates, and hospitals across the state say they’re in dire need of help. → Read More

8 Kansans federally indicted in Jan. 6 assault on U.S. Capitol

The nation paused Thursday to reflect on the one-year anniversary of the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

8 Kansans federally indicted in Jan. 6 assault on U.S. Capitol

The nation paused Thursday to reflect on the one-year anniversary of the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Wichita police to hold ‘Holiday Feast’ for families in the community

The Wichita Police Department will hold its annual Holiday Feast on Saturday at Pig In Pig Out BBQ. → Read More

Family works to identify driver who struck bicyclist near downtown Wichita

The family of a 63-year-old Wichita man who was struck by an SUV while riding a bicycle is asking for the public’s help to locate the driver. → Read More

GRAPHIC: Wichita dog found emaciated, dehydrated, missing half its tongue

An animal rescue group in Wichita is calling one dog’s journey from being chained outside a home for weeks one of the worse cases of animal abuse and neglect it has ever seen. → Read More

WPD investigating overnight shooting

The Wichita Police Department (WPD) says it needs your help after an early morning Sunday shooting. → Read More

Walters Branch Library holds opening ceremony

Today was the ribbon-cutting ceremony of Wichita’s newest library in southeast Wichita. → Read More

Wichita Police Department celebrates National Women’s Policing Day

It’s National Women in Policing Day, which marks a special day for women in the Wichita Police Force. → Read More

Kansas first responders hold ‘Hometown Heroes 5K’ for 9/11

First responders from central Kansas gathered in Wichita Saturday morning to pay tribute to those who lost their lives on September 11th. → Read More

Wichita doctor reminds others of COVID-19 precautions during Labor Day holiday

One local doctor warns, COVID-19 hospitalizations are once again overwhelming hospital staff and hospital beds are becoming unavailable. → Read More

Wichita doctor reminds others of COVID-19 precautions during Labor Day holiday

One local doctor warns, COVID-19 hospitalizations are once again overwhelming hospital staff and hospital beds are becoming unavailable. → Read More

City of Wellington cites higher utility bills on heat, staffing shortages

The City of Wellington is addressing the increase in utility bills over the past month. → Read More

Kingman County rooster on the loose, found by Humane Society

The Kingman County Fair ended just under a week ago but that hasn’t kept all visitors out of the fairgrounds. The Kingman County Humane Society (KCHS) posted on their Facebook, calling on “rooster wranglers” to capture a loose rooster. The Humane Society says it doesn’t know who the animal belongs to. → Read More

Wichita police investigate possible hate crime after couple attacked near downtown

With the help of federal investigators, the Wichita Police Department is now investigating an attack near downtown as a possible hate crime. → Read More

Wichita Police, Kansas Highway Patrol remind drivers to keep both eyes on the road

Driving is something many of us do every day, but may not realize how dangerous it can be. → Read More

Teen who killed 14-year-old Hesston girl charged, could be later charged as an adult

Prosecutors charged the teen Wednesday with one count of first-degree murder, aggravated battery, aggravated assault and criminal threat. → Read More

Wichita cemetary adding technology to make finding loved ones easier

One of Wichita’s largest cemeteries could soon make it easier to find your loved one using technology. → Read More

U.S. Army veteran talks PTSD amidst Fourth of July fireworks celebrations

Rodney Wright, a U.S. Army veteran who served in “Operation Desert Storm,” says fireworks sometimes remind him of being back in combat. → Read More

1 dead, 1 critical after Sunday morning shooting

The Wichita Police Department (WPD) says a 48-year-old man has died and a 53-year-old man is in serious condition at the hospital after a shooting Sunday morning. → Read More