Chelsea Croft, KWCH Eyewitness News

Chelsea Croft

KWCH Eyewitness News

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Recent:
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
  • KCTV5 - Kansas City
Past:
  • Catch It Kansas
  • WIBW

Recent articles by Chelsea:

Parents struggling with lack of daycare options, openings

The state has lost 78 childcare providers, which results in 938 fewer spots. → Read More

Parents struggling with lack of daycare options, openings

The state has lost 78 childcare providers, which results in 938 fewer spots. → Read More

Inflation causes Mother’s Day flower prices to rise

People may have spent a little more this year for Mother’s Day than in years past. → Read More

Tax Day nearing; many rushing to meet April 18 deadline

With only two days left in the countdown to Tax Day, many tax professionals see frantic last-minute appointments of people hoping to make the April 18th deadline. → Read More

Never a doubt: Jayhawks faithful at Allen Fieldhouse rewarded with championship

While enduring and surviving the gamut of emotions, fans in Lawrence kept the faith. → Read More

Last remaining architect of Allen Fieldhouse hopes for KU win to top off momentous year

Nearly 96 years old, Warren Corman reminisces on his time helping to construction Allen Fieldhouse and what the facility means to him. → Read More

High gas prices may keep many home for spring break

Prices at the pump are up, and spring break is less than a month away. For schools, the increased gas prices may change minds about going on vacation. → Read More

Local teen finishes his 50 yard snow shoveling challenge

Clearwater high school senior Austin Layton has finished his 50-yard challenge. For the last couple of weeks, he has been voluntarily shoveling snow or doing yard work for people in the community who need an extra hand. → Read More

Fans react to Chiefs AFC championship loss

The painful loss of Sunday's game was felt throughout Chief’s kingdom. → Read More

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