Jasmine Haynes, KSN News Wichita

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Past articles by Jasmine:

‘KSN News Special Continuing the Conversation’: Wichita NAACP Youth Council

Children today ready to lead tomorrow, that's the mission of the Wichita NAACP Youth Council. → Read More

‘KSN News Special Continuing the Conversation’: ACLU attorney inspired to fight injustice

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — For nearly a decade, Kansas native Lauren Bonds has used her profession as an attorney to fight for social justice especially in her current role as the legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas. When she steps into a courtroom, her goal is to give her clients a […] → Read More

University of Kansas reports 89 positive cases from mass-testing students, faculty

LAWRENCE, Kan. (KSNW) – Eighty-nine students and faculty have tested positive for coronavirus during the University of Kansas’ mass testing before class begins, according to Chancellor Douglas Girod. After three days of testing, the university has reported 89 positive cases. Of these, 87 have been students and two have been faculty and staff. With a […] → Read More

Harvey County confirms COVID-19 death, 7 new cases

NEWTON, Kan. (KSNW) – The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed the death of a resident attributed to COVID-19. The resident was a man in his 60s. It is the fifth death of a Harvey County resident with COVID-19. Additionally, the department has confirmed seven new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. One case is […] → Read More

Barton County identifies multiple positive cases of COVID-19 at birthday party

GREAT BEND, Kan. (KSNW) – The Barton County Health Department has identified multiple positive cases of COVID-19 associated with a large birthday party involving high school age students at a private home in Great Bend on Saturday, August 8. Those who attended this gathering may have been exposed to COVID-19. The Barton County Health Department […] → Read More

Wichita school board to decide how students will start school

It's less than three weeks before USD 259 students return to school and how they return may change again as the Wichita School Board will make a decision Thursday on what school will look like come September 8th. → Read More

City of Wichita unveils design concepts for Clapp Memorial Park

The city of Wichita is unveiling what the former Clapp Golf Course could soon look like as they re-purpose it into a park. → Read More

Tuition insurance offers some protections for coronavirus-related issues

Families will spend thousands of dollars this year sending their children to college, but if coronavirus cancels classes, they could be out a big chunk of change. Now some are turning to tuition insurance. → Read More

Wichita hospital in need of plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 patients

A Wichita hospital is in need of donations that could help patients battling COVID-19. Ascension Via Christi said demand for convalescent plasma is outpacing supply and the needed plasma isn't available. → Read More

Former Kansas Senate president Dick Bond dies

Richard Bond, a Republican former president of the Kansas Senate, has died. Bond, of Overland Park, died Thursday at the age of 84. He served 14 years in the Kansas Legislature before retiring in 2001. → Read More

Sedgwick County’s new health order will close bars, clubs despite no clusters tied to them

The Sedgwick County Health Department is monitoring a couple dozen clusters but none of them are at bars. So why do they feel like bars and clubs need to be shut down? → Read More

Coronavirus in Kansas: 770 more cases, 1 new death

Update: The 2 p.m. news conference involving Dr. Lee Norman, the secretary of the KDHE, has been canceled. His next scheduled briefing is July 29. TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) — The state says the number of Kansans who have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began is 24,104. That is an increase of 770 […] → Read More

Kansas State Board of Education votes 5-5 rejecting governor’s executive order delaying the start of school

It means local districts in Kansas are free to decide when school should start in their area. → Read More

Large venues react to proposed health order in Sedgwick County

Most large venues have been closed since March. The focus at this point is coming up with alternative ways to stay afloat until things get better. → Read More

KDHE issues Boil Water Advisory for Harper County RWD 4

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued a boil water advisory for Harper County RWD 4 public water supply system, located in Harper County. KDHE stated this boil water advisory is not related to the COVID-19 pandemic. KDHE advised customers to observe the following precautions until further notice:• If […] → Read More

Derby Public Schools releases plan for 2020-2021 school year

The Derby School District is releasing its plan for the fall. Under the plan, parents would decide whether to enroll their children in in-person classes or online. → Read More

Kansas teachers’ union react to Gov. Kelly’s executive order delaying school year

A Kansas teachers’ union is speaking out about the Governor’s order delaying the start of school until after Labor Day. → Read More

Parents react to Gov. Kelly’s executive order to delay start of school

Parents are reacting to Governor Laura Kelly’s decision to delay the start of school until after Labor Day. Not every parent is happy about it. → Read More

Going, going, gone: Wichita homes selling fast

The real estate market is booming. If you are looking for a home in Wichita, you better act fast. → Read More

More parents considering homeschooling amid pandemic

The uncertainty surrounding schools has some local parents opting out of traditional learning. → Read More