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Recent articles by Shawn:

Kansas court order allows for telemedicine abortion care

A Kansas court decision this week will allow abortion clinics in the state to provide medication abortions through telemedicine. → Read More

Kansas court order allows for telemedicine abortion care

A Kansas court decision this week will allow abortion clinics in the state to provide medication abortions through telemedicine. → Read More

Wichita police issue safety reminder for parents following weekend abduction call

A 6-year-old girl is back with her family following an abduction call Sunday when a thief stole a running car in which she was in. → Read More

Wichita non-profit seeks to ease the transition as KMH prepares to close

Empowered Senior is offering up services to help senior residents and their families who have six weeks to make new arrangements. → Read More

Winfield community mourns death of beloved husband, father and professor

The Winfield community is mourning the death of a man said to have brought life to the stage and who is credited for showing how to make the most out of life. → Read More

Kansans frustrated by text messages containing incorrect polling place information

12 News has learned from two of the groups named as senders that this was a database issue with a third-party vendor. → Read More

Wichita’s College Hill neighborhood ramping up safety measures for trick-or-treaters

Additional safety measures will be in place in the College Hill neighborhood. This follows last year when a drunk driver hit a young trick-or-treater in the Halloween hotspot. → Read More

Lawnmowing business’s generosity leads to big surprise for Wichita veteran

The work Spencer does is free, recording the work and results that draw millions of views on social media. → Read More

Kansas BOE hears statewide push to retire Native American-themed mascots

At its meeting Tuesday, the Kansas State Board of Education took up a statewide push to retire the use of Native American-themed mascots. → Read More

Fallen deputy remembered for friendship, selflessness

As the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office mourns the death of one of its youngest deputies, 12 News spoke with a close friend who remembers 22-year-old Sidnee Carter for her ability to make people smile. → Read More

Goddard teacher recognized for saving student’s life at school

Teachers are tasked with a lot already, but a Goddard Middle School teacher went above and beyond in a life-saving effort. → Read More

Salina man honors late wife with opening of Kansas’ first mental health gym

Knowing the impact of mental health, Ben Lee is providing a place where people can find some relaxation, a mental health gym that also honors a life. → Read More

Doctors encourage getting the flu shot early

Doctors say now is the time to take action to protect yourself from the oncoming flu season. → Read More

Estimates show utility costs likely to significantly jump this winter

Don’t expect this winter to provide much relief on utility bills in Kansas. → Read More

Kansas voters to consider amendment strengthening legislative oversight

The ballot question in November will ask voters to give the Kansas legislature oversight and the power to overrule the governor and state agencies. → Read More

Candidates for Kansas Governor square off at state fair

As the Kansas State Fair begins it’s not the food or the views that were the main draw. → Read More

Arkansas district demonstrates safety technology proposed for Wichita schools

At the Wichita school board’s next meeting Monday, Sept. 12, the district will propose the purchase of 45 to 50 OpenGate devices for $1.5 million. → Read More

2 students bring firearms into 2 Wichita high schools in 2 days

Wichita Public Schools officials have removed guns twice this week from two high schools after students brought them onto school grounds. → Read More

Wichita’s interim police chief voices support for independent review of department

Wichita’s interim police chief on Friday voiced his support for a third-party review of his department. → Read More

Could sales tax holiday soon become reality in Kansas?

A survey found parents on average spend more than $660 per child for clothes and traditional school supplies. → Read More