Korinne Griffith, KSN News Wichita

Korinne Griffith

KSN News Wichita

Topeka, KS, United States

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Past articles by Korinne:

Senate candidates weigh in on second coronavirus relief package

Congress has not come to a consensus on a second relief package. → Read More

Senate candidates weigh in on President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination

Roger Marshall (R) and Barbara Bollier (D) are running for U.S. Senate. → Read More

Visible PPE program helps communication during pandemic for Kansans with challenges

The program will distribute $250,000 worth of visible PPE. → Read More

Governor Kelly updates testing strategies in Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — Kansas is planning to spend $53 million to expand coronavirus testing. The federal coronavirus funding was allocated by the Kansas SPARK Task Force to be used for testing in the state. Communities can submit proposals to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment on why they need the extra money for […] → Read More

Bidding rules hold up $50M in Kansas COVID testing funds

State officials say nearly $50 million in funding for COVID testing is still moving through the state’s bidding system more than three weeks after Kansas legislators approved the spending. A special advisor to Gov. Laura Kelly told lawmakers earlier this week that state regulations allow time for potential testing organizations to submit proposals for government funding. The Kansas City Star and… → Read More

KBI: 2 injured in Salina shooting

SALINA, Kan. (KSNW) – KBI agents reported Friday that they were conducting an operation in Salina whereby two people were shot. It happened around 4 p.m. near Cherokee and Chocktaw. Both injured people were transported to a hospital for their injuries. KBI said none of their agents were injured and no other law enforcement officers who were […] → Read More

‘Supporting You’ helps Kansans find comfort during pandemic

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — A peer support program started by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Kansas Special Health Services (SHS) Family Advisory Council (FAC) is working to help Kansans stay connected during the pandemic. The ‘Supporting You’ program helps match people with others experiencing similar life situations. Specifically, the program was […] → Read More

$14 billion available for farmers effected by coronavirus

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — The coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on all people and industries in the state. Kansas farmers and ranchers are still trying to make up lost revenue from the year due to major price drops, a falling economy and the shut down of packing plants across the U.S. In May, […] → Read More

State looks to wastewater to help predict coronavirus future

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — A second wave of the coronavirus is expected to hit Kansas in the coming months. KDHE Secretary Dr. Lee Norman said they are still looking at projections to determine when that second wave may occur, but he says the colder weather could have an impact. “We believe the cold weather will […] → Read More

President Trump’s call to watch the polls is illegal in Kansas

Only certain people are allowed to watch the polls in Kansas. → Read More

Sedgwick County announces 1 death from COVID-19 cluster at Ultra Care Home Plus

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Sedgwick County Health Department identified another COVID-19 cluster at Ultra Care Home Plus. It is located at 2355 S. Bedford in Wichita and has had seven cases (two staff, five residents). The department said two staff and four residents have recovered and are symptom-free. One resident had a pre-existing health condition […] → Read More

Fire damages Topeka apartment complex

Topeka firefighters were called to the Whitehall Apartments on Southwest Gage early Thursday. Crews were able to put the fire out within an hour. → Read More

Kansas still in ‘first wave’ of coronavirus according to top doctor

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — Kansas has experienced another spike in COVID-19 cases over the last week. The state’s top doctor says Kansas has possibly not seen the worst of it yet. Since Monday, the state has seen an increase of 1,120 cases; that brings the total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic […] → Read More

Kansas voters breaking records ahead of Election Day

Record high advance ballot requests and registrations. → Read More

Breaking down the Kansas Senate polls

It's important to know what to look for when reading polls. → Read More

Vote now on the ‘Coolest Thing Made in Kansas’

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — Kansans can have a say in what is the ‘Coolest Thing Made in Kansas’. The Kansas Chamber of Commerce and the Kansas Manufacturing Council are holding an online Sweet-16 bracket style competition to find out what is the coolest item manufactured in the state. The competition began with more than 50 […] → Read More

Governor signs proclamation for National Voter Registration Day

Today is National Voter Registration Day. It falls on the fourth Tuesday in September. → Read More

Gov. Kelly places blame on lawmakers for coronavirus spread

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — In just over one week, Kansas has recorded more than 1500 new coronavirus cases and 100 new deaths. While the large increase in deaths may be due to the, at times, lengthy process to have a death officially marked as covid-caused, Governor Laura Kelly says the numbers are still concerning. At […] → Read More

Truth Test: Fact-checking a Marshall ad against Bollier

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) — As we approach the November general election, you will see a lot of political ads. To help you stay informed, KSN is doing truth tests on some of the ads in the Kansas U.S. Senate race. This truth test focuses on an ad supporting Roger Marshall while criticizing Barbara Bollier‘s voting record. The […] → Read More

Kansas PPE stockpile now open to businesses

A look inside Kansas' PPE warehouse. → Read More