Hannah Adamson, KSN News Wichita

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Past articles by Hannah:

Watch: Press conference on independent report of Wichita Police Department

Jensen Hughes was selected to provide a "professional assessment of the WPD's culture, administrative policies and practices, standards of conduct and efforts to ensure bias-free policing," in addition to an evaluation of how the Citizen's Review Board operates, the City says on its website. → Read More

Kansas veteran took part in largest naval battle of WWII

William Coon, or “Kansas Bill” as he is known, served on the USS Kalinin Bay, a small aircraft carrier that would aid in the liberation of the Philippines. → Read More

Fundraiser helps 4 Kingman families impacted by fire

ore than 60 people donated during a fundraiser at the Kingman Historic Theatre Wednesday to support families who lost their homes in a fire over the weekend. → Read More

Sentencing delayed for Kansas man convicted of killing his son

Kaleb Hogan was convicted in January of first-degree murder and child abuse in the death of 3-year-old Malykai Hogan. → Read More

Kansas veteran dreamed of becoming a fighter pilot, found meaning as air controller

One Kansas veteran began flying planes when he was still a teenager and ended up being able to put his skills to good use in the skies over southeast Asia. → Read More

Parents upset at Newton BOE decision, athlete’s father speaks out

Some parents are angry after the Newton BOE made a policy decision about student discipline. → Read More

Kansan living in Ukraine during Russia’s invasion shares thoughts 1 year later

For English teacher and Kansas native Mickey Cesar, he dreams of one day returning to Kyiv—a city he worked and lived in for 11 years and from where he was forced to flee when Russia invaded Ukraine one year ago. → Read More

Nationwide analysis shows top housing markets moving toward favoring buyers; Is Wichita?

A new nationwide analysis shows the top 100 housing markets are moving towards favoring buyers. Is Wichita following the trend? → Read More

A dream come true: Kansas veteran joined the army to work on Blackhawks

Jake Olson wanted to join the Army to work on Blackhawk helicopters. He also hoped one day to crew Blackhawks—both of which came true after he was deployed to the Middle East. → Read More

Kansas veteran enlisted because his family didn’t think he could handle it

Kevin Tisdale’s time in the Marine Corps all started with a bet. → Read More

Sedgwick County approves $1.8 million FEMA grant application for new ambulances

Sedgwick County Commissioners approved the submission of a $1.8 million FEMA grant for four new ambulances and four additional EMS support vehicles. → Read More

‘We lost several of our family’: Wichitan born in Turkey speaks out on devastating earthquake

As search and rescue efforts continue in Turkey and Syria following a devastating 7.8 earthquake, several Wichitans from both countries are carefully monitoring the situation. → Read More

Sen. Marshall on Integra semiconductor plant: ‘Where are we going to get the people?’

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Senator Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) is raising concerns after Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s announcement on Thursday that Integra Technologies is bringing a semiconductor manufacturing plant to Wichita that will create at least 2,000 jobs. In order for Integra to apply for federal CHIPS Act funding, incentive plans (which should be done later […] → Read More

Wichita and Sedgwick County leaders excited about Integra chip plant announcement

Integra Technologies, of Wichita, plans to build a $1.8 billion semiconductor factory. → Read More

Rebellious teen to flight mechanic: Kansas Veteran one of first women in her squadron

Due to her rebellious nature as a teenager, Christina Hobbs says her fate to enter the military after graduating high school was sealed by a judge. → Read More

Wichita leaders discuss new parking options for Mid-America All-Indian Museum

A large downtown parking lot is closed for good due to underground water tanks showing stress cracks. → Read More

Local law enforcement, leaders speak out in the wake of Tyre Nichols

Local law enforcement agencies speak out in the wake of Tyre Nichols and what this means for local policing. KSN shares reactions from WPD and community leaders calling for change. → Read More

Former Kansas couple found murdered in Oklahoma

Larry and Debbie Dutton were found buried in the back of their Dewey, Oklahoma, home last week. → Read More

Kansas veteran joined the Marines the day before 9/11

On Sept. 10, 2001, Caleb Moran decided to join the Marines. He packed his things and was excited to head to boot camp the very next day. But when his recruiter picked him up the next morning, the promise of a brighter future quickly turned into abject horror. → Read More

Ticket sale companies amp up safeguards following Ticketmaster meltdown

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Ticketing Company AXS is behind country superstar Zach Bryan’s most recent tour. The singer plans on making a stop in Wichita later this summer. One local tech expert says he anticipates companies like AXS will continue to strengthen their safeguards as the Senate probe into Ticketmaster’s parent company continues. “They had […] → Read More