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Past articles by Shawn:

Solomon students help surprise their principal with a proposal

The preschool class at Solomon Grade School is one of the many classrooms Tuesday filled with hearts and sweets for Valentine’s Day, but it was their role last week in a schoolwide assembly where they helped with the presentation of a proclamation of love. → Read More

To make prom magical, Andover Central senior helps girls find free gowns, dresses

With that glitz and glamor, the cost of attending prom can be a hurdle for some students. That’s not something an Andover Central senior wants to happen. → Read More

Constitutionality of death penalty argued in Kansas capital murder case

Attorneys for the American Civil Liberties Union on Monday began their case challenging the constitutionality of the death penalty in Kansas. → Read More

Company’s expansion plans come with need for expanded high-tech workforce in Wichita

Semiconductor and electronic-component manufacturing is a small part of the Kansas economy, but it’s work that’s expected to grow with Integra. → Read More

Tax expert explains importance of reporting gambling winnings

It’s only been four months, but 2022 was a big year for sports betting in Kansas. The Kansas Lottery saw more than $700 million wagered. → Read More

Kansas governor outlines agenda in State of the State address

Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly outlined what her agenda working with a Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature. → Read More

Bulldogs family remembers the legacy of mentor and leader Coach Theo Cribbs Jr.

Theo Cribbs Jr. was instrumental in creating the Bulldogs youth football organization and serving the kids in Wichita’s African American community with a place to play. → Read More

Newton HS junior works to make AEDs more available in district

With cardiac arrest, time, training and equipment matter. It’s what led to a New High School junior’s effort to make automated external defibrillators, or AEDs, more available in the district. → Read More

National trend reflected locally of people deliberately delaying care

More Americans are reporting that they’re putting off seeing a doctor for health issues. → Read More

Parents concerned by lack of notification in Wichita kidnapping case

New details emerged Friday in the case of three kids kidnapped in two days in Wichita’s Eastridge neighborhood. → Read More

Kansas governor lays out priorities ahead of 2nd term

Ahead of the return of Kansas lawmakers to the state capital for the 2023 legislative session, Governor Laura Kelly is laying out some of her priorities as she begins her second term. → Read More

Some Kansas shoppers taxed twice on groceries as new state food tax rate starts

Some Kansas shoppers experienced being taxed twice on the entire subtotal of the items they bought. → Read More

Why some shoppers are being “overtaxed” at the supermarket

The new sales tax doesn't apply for every purchase. We break down the new numbers and tell you what you need to know. → Read More

Wichita man works to bring hope to war-scarred Ukraine

Reimschisel has been going to Ukraine for about three decades, many of them with the non-profit Global Signet Group. He traveled to the country earlier this year and was there in November and again this month. → Read More

Seeking Christmas destination, some find ease, others find headaches

Travel remains snarled for some in the U.S. The massive weather system, now on the east coast, has contributed to thousands of delayed and canceled flights just before the big day. → Read More

S. Hutchinson daycare taking hit with loss of eligibility in federal program

A South Hutchinson daycare is trying to figure out its next steps after being deemed no longer eligible for a federal food program. → Read More

Department of education, districts address jump in chronic absenteeism across Kansas

Data from the Kansas State Department of Education shows a significant jump in chronic absenteeism. → 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

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