Hailey Tucker, KWCH Eyewitness News

Hailey Tucker

KWCH Eyewitness News

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Hailey:

Audit report: No evidence missing following storage-related concern with Wichita Police Department

Last month, Wichita city leaders addressed concerns about potential problems with the Wichita Police Department’s Property and Evidence facility after 12 NEWS sent an open records request for information on the concerns. → Read More

Four seriously injured, three others with minor injuries after Ellsworth Co. crash

The Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) said two 15-year-olds and two adults are seriously hurt after a crash Sunday afternoon in Ellsworth Co. → Read More

‘He doesn’t know who I am’: Mayor responds after interaction with officer at neighborhood event

In the video, Whipple is attempting to dump trash at a Wichita neighborhood cleanup. → Read More

Wichita husband booked into Mexican prison for ‘simple mistake’

A Wichita couple has had a scary 72 hours after traveling to Cancun, Mexico where the husband was booked into a Mexican prison. → Read More

WPD: Body found in Swanson Park

The Wichita Police Department (WPD) confirms a body was found in Swanson Park Saturday evening. → Read More

KDHE: Boil water advisory issued for Belle Plaine

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for the City of Belle Plane public water supply system in Sumner County. The advisory will remain in effect until the conditions that placed the system at risk of bacterial contamination are resolved, and the water is tested for bacteria in a lab. → Read More

Wichita police, college students develop app to improve communication with officers

The Wichita Police Department, along with students at Wichita State University, developed an app to improve communication with officers. → Read More

Police union, city leaders respond to claims from high-ranking Wichita police officers

The deputy chiefs claim the city is trying to blame their leadership in regards to how they handled an investigation into inappropriate text messages by some Wichita police officers. → Read More

WPD deputy chiefs seek settlement from City of Wichita for defamation

Two deputy chiefs and one former deputy chief for the Wichita Police Department are calling for Wichita City Manager Bob Layton and Human Resources Director Chris Bezruki to resign immediately. → Read More

Wichitans prepare for year-long closure of Amidon bridge

A heavily traveled bridge in Wichita is set to close in October for more than a year. → Read More

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