Chelsea Croft, KWCH Eyewitness News

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  • WIBW

Past articles by Chelsea:

The Price Is Right Live comes to Wichita

Hundreds lined up outside of Hartman arena Saturday evening waiting to experience The Price Is Right Live stage show hosted by Mark Wahlberg. → Read More

Lynette Woodard honored at alma matter North High’s court dedication

North High names new basketball court after one of it's greatest former athletes, Lynette Woodard. → Read More

Lynette Woodard honored at alma matter North High’s court dedication

North High names new basketball court after one of it's greatest former athletes, Lynette Woodard. → Read More

Haysville family preserves 100-year-old Model T family heirloom

1916 Model T has been passed down through generations of Kansas family. → Read More

Smaller supply of Christmas trees this holiday season

Christmas trees can be added to the growing list of shortages. According to Christmas tree farmers, there’s a smaller supply of mature trees this holiday season across the country. → Read More

Smaller supply of Christmas trees this holiday season

Christmas trees can be added to the growing list of shortages. According to Christmas tree farmers, there’s a smaller supply of mature trees this holiday season across the country. → Read More

89-year-old veteran paratrooper parachutes for first time in 67 years

James ‘Jim’ Pike is an 89-year-old retired paratrooper who fought in the Korean War. Today his wife and family gathered to support him as he parachuted for the first time in 67 years. → Read More

89-year-old veteran paratrooper parachutes for first time in 67 years

James ‘Jim’ Pike is an 89-year-old retired paratrooper who fought in the Korean War. Today his wife and family gathered to support him as he parachuted for the first time in 67 years. → Read More

Increase of ‘Blessing Boxes’ in Wichita area and throughout Kansas

Blessing Boxes provide limited free food and drinks for people who are struggling to afford food. → Read More

Food shortages partially due to truck driver shortages

Restaurant food shortages have been happening throughout the pandemic, but the problem continues today. → Read More

Local Wichita businesses struggle to stay open

The restaurant business has continued to struggle almost a year and a half since the pandemic’s start. → Read More

Kansans travel to Louisiana with Red Cross to help with hurricane Ida relief

More than a dozen Red Cross volunteers from the Kansas/ Oklahoma region are doing what they can to provide support and comfort to Louisiana evacuees within eight shelters across the gulf coast during hurricane Ida. → Read More

Local events cover different angles on vaccination debate

Anti-vaxxers and pro-vaccine groups gathered at separate events Saturday to express their opinions concerning the covid vaccine and possible mandates. → Read More

Local landscapers swarmed with armyworm inquiries, appointments

Wichita area landscapers overwhelmed with armyworm infested yards. → Read More

Wichita woman helps homeless keep cool during heat wave

Community answers Crazy Sack Lady's call to help homeless during extreme heat. → Read More

Landry Shamet traded to Arizona ahead of NBA Draft

Former Shocker basketball player has been traded by the Brooklyn Nets to the Arizona Suns for Jevon Carter as part of a deal for the 29th pick in the NBA Draft. → Read More

Newton first responders fight through busy 2-week period of critical calls

Newton Fire and EMS has responded to seven critical high-profile calls over the last two weeks, most of them resulting in death. → Read More

Family holds benefit for 26-year-old killed in hit-and-run near west Wichita brewery

Crowds turn up at Central Standard Brewing to support and remember Lynny Poell. → Read More

Parents hope to grant 3-year-old son’s cancer wish

Logan Ward will undergo his 11th surgery in the fall and wishes for a camper to enjoy the outdoors. → Read More

Good Samaritan uses Facebook to find owner of Purple Heart in Wichita

Wichita man and woman use social media to locate a man who's late uncle's Purple Heart was stolen from him. → Read More