Tom Shine, KMUW

Tom Shine


Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Tom:

Starkly Beautiful: A Kansas doctor details his life at the South Pole

Check back in with a Wichita doctor stationed at the South Pole. → Read More

New culinary book explores the past and present of Wichita's food scene

Former Wichita Eagle food editor Joe Stumpe's new book explores Wichita’s culinary history and includes nearly 200 recipes from restaurant chefs, home cooks and local celebrities. → Read More

Old planes find new life in Kansas Coliseum

A different type of sound is now ringing through the Kansas Coliseum. → Read More

Andover school to remain closed because of tornado damage

Prairie Creek Elementary School was among hundreds of buildings and homes damaged by Friday's storm. → Read More

Officials assessing damage from tornado that hit Wichita, Andover

Despite extensive damage to several neighborhoods, authorities say only four people were injured in Friday night's storm. → Read More

Wind Surge looks to serve up some eye-catching food this year at Riverfront Stadium

Wind Surge's new food and beverage director has almost 30 years of experience from working in minor league baseball stadiums across the country.He's adding some new menu items that might have you pulling out your camera. → Read More

Wind Surge CEO reflects on lessons learned, new changes for second season

The Wind Surge opens its second season Friday night at Riverfront Stadium. → Read More

A Wichita South senior reflects on COVID-19 and her untypical high school experience

A Wichita South High senior talks about what she lost in high school because of the pandemic, but also what she learned. → Read More

SPT Architecture breathes new life into a historic building

Like many buildings in downtown Wichita, the old Greyhound Bus terminal on Broadway was a reminder of better days gone by. SPT Architecture decided it deserved a second act. → Read More

Wichita Thunder equipment manager keeps hockey uniforms and skates looking sharp

One man’s 50-year love affair with hockey. And laundry. → Read More

Wichita Festival reveals winning poster design for 50th annual Riverfest

The winning poster brings back many of the icons from past Riverfests. → Read More

Frigid Ambitions: Why a Kansas doctor is headed to the South Pole

A Wichita doctor is headed to the South Pole … and he’s taking his unicycle. → Read More

How Jesse Romo went from selling neckties to managing airports

Wichita’s director of airports talks about his shift from men's fashion to aviation and air service in Wichita. → Read More

Johnston's Clothiers hangs it up after being in business for over a century

A longtime Wichita clothing store hangs ‘em up. → Read More

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay announces he is stepping down

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay has announced that he is stepping down from his position. His last day with the department will be March 1, 2022. → Read More

The Range celebrates 100 episodes with some centenarians

To commemorate our 100th episode, we decided to talk with some Wichitans who also know what it's like to turn 100. → Read More

To the stars through manufacturing — Wichita’s role in the burgeoning space industry

Wichita is trying to capitalize on the growing space industry. → Read More

Wichita Chamber of Commerce President John Rolfe on priorities, vaccine mandates and Riverfront master plan

The new Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce president faces an old problem: finding workers. → Read More

A former social worker follows his bliss and opens up an indoor skate park

After spending nearly 20 years in a variety of social work and counseling jobs, Jason McKenney knew it was time to...shred it up. → Read More

Local business Make-A-Fort thinks inside the box

It’s not often that an international company can trace its roots back to a 3-year-old kid.Yet that’s the backstory for Make-A-Fort, an e-commerce retailer based in Augusta that does business in the United States, Canada and Europe. → Read More