Amy Lanski, KWCH Eyewitness News

Amy Lanski

KWCH Eyewitness News

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Amy:

Local organization trains service dogs for veterans at no cost

A local man is making a difference for veterans in Wichita, by training service dogs at no cost for them. → Read More

Rock River Rapids to participate in World’s Largest Swimming Lesson

Rock River Rapids is inviting the public out Thursday morning to participate in the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson. → Read More

Exploration Place hosting Food Truck Thursdays for all

Exploration Place is hosting its second Food Truck Thursday on June 10. There will be three food trucks participating: The ‘Berg, Ken and Barbie’z Rollin Diner, and U-Hungry Food Truck. Joe and Erika and Across the Pond will also be on hand to provide music for the event. → Read More

Person seriously injured after driving off of NB 235 onto Maple

According to a Kansas State Trooper, a Chevy Avalanche was traveling northbound on 235 when it left the roadway, down onto Maple where it overturned. → Read More

Ascension Via Christi part of study on new Alzheimer’s treatments, including recent FDA-approved drug

For the first time in nearly 20 years, during Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, the FDA approved a new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. → Read More

Preparing go bags for severe weather to keep your family safe

Storm season is just getting started, and there are ways you can prepare your family for it. → Read More

Tanganyika Wildlife Park debuting splash pad, wellness events

Tanganyika Wildlife Park is debuting a brand new splash pad for the summer. → Read More

Selden community, volunteers come together to clean up after tornado

People in Selden are now cleaning up after a tornado swept through the community Monday. → Read More

Natoma residents begin accessing damage caused by Sunday’s flash flooding

Floodwaters have caused significant damage to the town of Natoma, and residents had very little warning. → Read More

Small business owners in Wichita working together to stay open

Wichita business owners are coming together to try and make sure they don’t have to close their doors again. The group is called Shop Safe Wichita and they are trying to make sure the city does not go back in restrictions in any way. → Read More