Anna Auld, KWCH Eyewitness News

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Recent articles by Anna:

Kids 5 and under soon able to get the COVID vaccine

Kids five and under could soon get their COVID-19 vaccine according to Dr. Anthony Fauci. It’s the last group waiting for eligibility. → Read More

Supreme court allows mandated vaccines for most healthcare workers

Supreme court allows vaccine mandate for some healthcare workers → Read More

First responders, admirers pay tribute to fallen Wichita firefighter

They gathered as Joshua Bruggeman made his way to Resthaven Mortuary. → Read More

First responders, admirers pay tribute to fallen Wichita firefighter

They gathered as Joshua Bruggeman made his way to Resthaven Mortuary. → Read More

Clydesdale breeders near Plainville lose horse, cabin to wildfire

Emily and Michael Reif suffered great losses to one of their prized horses and their cabin Still, they’re taking the time to thank their community for the support that’s followed Wednesday’s devastation. → Read More

Full of faith: Family shares memories of mother, wife fatally stabbed in southeast Wichita

A family is mourning the loss of their mother after she was killed last Saturday in a random stabbing incident. → Read More

Pandemic exposed mental health crisis in youth, says U.S. Surgeon General

The U.S. Surgeon General has issued a warning about youth mental health on Tuesday. → Read More

Avoid package theft this holiday season

The holidays are just around the corner, which means more people will start shopping online for presents. However, that also means package theft is bound to increase. → Read More

S. Wichita Dairy Queen owner showered with cards for 90th birthday

Dairy Queen owner showered with cards for birthday → Read More

Aviation workers voice concerns over vaccine mandates with Sen. Roger Marshall

Workers from multiple aviation companies talked with Sen. Roger Marshall saying they feel threatened to either get the vaccine or lose their job. → Read More

Aviation workers voice concerns over vaccine mandates with Sen. Roger Marshall

Workers from multiple aviation companies talked with Sen. Roger Marshall saying they feel threatened to either get the vaccine or lose their job. → Read More

Bystander hit by car during high speed chase, loses leg

A Wichita man is in the hospital after being hit while on his motorcycle by a fleeing suspect. It happened Saturday evening near Kellogg and 119th. → Read More

Local HVAC company reacts to high gas prices

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - We are just months away from frigid temperatures again. “Gas prices are seeing no signs of slowing down,” said Mike McDowell, General Manager of Dan’s Heating and Cooling. McDowell is getting ready to ramp up with furnace service calls. “I know it’s not cold now, but the sooner you do it, the sooner you don’t have to worry about it.” For Kansas Gas Service customers, this… → Read More

Wichita man’s moped stolen twice

A Wichita man is asking for the community’s help figuring out who stole his moped. The theft was captured on camera. → Read More

Doctors recommend getting flu shot early

With the flu season approaching amid the pandemic, doctors are urging you to get your flu vaccine a little earlier this year. → Read More

Spirit AeroSystems announces new vaccination policies

Spirit announces new vaccinations policies for employees → Read More

Immunocompromised could get approval for COVID-19 booster shot

Retirement community reacts to potential booster shot → Read More

ICU nurse shares frustrations as COVID unit fills up with patients

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Courtney Cummings is a nurse at Wesley Medical Center. She says her unit, the medical ICU, is full. She says the patients are mostly people who have COVID-19 and are unvaccinated. “You have a lot of scared people who are having a hard time breathing, patients on ventilators, patients requiring high amounts of oxygen,” said Cummings. Tired and frustrated, she posted a… → Read More

Group of Wichita doctors call for universal vaccines for healthcare workers

On Tuesday, seven area infectious disease doctors signed a letter calling for universal vaccinations for healthcare workers, especially with the surge of new delta variant cases. → Read More

Sedgwick County teen sentenced in mother’s deadly shooting

A judge sentenced a teen charged with killing his mother in their home near Andover. Lisa Trimmell, 41, died as a result of the 2018 shooting. → Read More