Daniel Caudill, KMUW

Daniel Caudill


Topeka, KS, United States

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Past articles by Daniel:

New smart factory at WSU promises to improve manufacturing, provide student learning

Deloitte joins Raytheon, Textron, and NetApp on a long list of private companies with operations on Wichita State's Innovation Campus. → Read More

Bridge closure to magnify traffic headaches for Derby

Local officials are still hoping for a major traffic project that could ease some of Derby’s congestion → Read More

Wichita Starbucks workers trying to unionize for better pay, breastfeeding privacy

Organizers say 70% of the store's employees support the union. → Read More

Task force formed after teen's death recommends changes to Wichita Police, other agencies

Cedric Lofton, 17, died last year while in custody at the county's juvenile intake facility. → Read More

Sneaker resellers use the internet to grow presence at Towne West

The rise of online shopping has caused many local business owners to downsize or eliminate their brick-and-mortar presence.One Wichita high-end sneaker business demonstrates that doesn’t always have to be the case. → Read More

Afghan refugee one of 400 making a new home in Wichita

Far from home, a refugee builds a new life in Wichita. → Read More

Wichita comic shops help customers embrace their inner nerd

Comic book store owners in Wichita say the pandemic is causing more people to nerd out. → Read More

Sedgwick County Commission mandates COVID vaccine for county health workers

The new policy mandates the vaccine for employees of the county health department and the county’s COMCARE program. → Read More

Vaccination rates in Sedgwick County still lagging behind the US

County health officials say many residents still are skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Rising food costs, supply chain issues create headaches for Kansas Food Bank

The cost of buying food is going up and some items are difficult to find. → Read More

Lighting companies keep holidays bright

The reluctance to climb on a roof is good news for the growing number of businesses installing Christmas lights. → Read More

WSU, KU, K-State pause vaccine mandates following federal court decision

A federal judge issued an injunction to delay the implementation of a nationwide vaccine mandate covering federal contractors. → Read More

Wichita State To Receive More Than $8M In Coronavirus Relief

Wichita State is set to receive about $8.2 million in federal aid as reimbursement for its efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus on campus. As → Read More

Protecting Voters From COVID-19 Will Cost Kansas Counties Extra

WICHITA, Kansas — Thousands of Reno County voters usually cast their ballots at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson, a central location with a high → Read More

Every School Kid In Kansas Was Just Told To Stay Home Until Fall Because Of Coronavirus

TOPEKA, Kansas — Gov. Laura Kelly on Tuesday ordered all of the state’s schools closed for the remainder of the academic year, taking her most dramatic → Read More

Kansas Strengthens Its Response To Coronavirus, 'Strongly Recommends' Schools Close For A Week

Kansas state officials “strongly recommended” on Sunday that all K-12 schools close for the coming week, and said they’re looking at the potential of → Read More

Here's What Kansas Lawmakers Have (And Haven't) Done Halfway Through The Session

TOPEKA, Kansas — Kansas lawmakers passed an important milestone this week: the midpoint deadline called “turnaround.” In simple terms, it means most bills → Read More