Ellen Terhune, WIBW

Ellen Terhune

WIBW

Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent articles by Ellen:

Dog recovers from ‘worst neglect case’ local animal rescue has seen

After more than two and a half months at the Colorado State animal hospital, Beauties and Beast's rescue dog returns home → Read More

Wichita business owner asks for help identifying thieves

Anthony Nash, owner of Mopigs Collectibles and Custom Paint in south Wichita, is asking for the community’s help identifying thieves that broke into his store two nights in a row last week. → Read More

Local theater sees pre-pandemic turnout for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

It was a busy weekend for movie theaters across the country, as the new ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ brought in $253 million, the third-highest opening weekend in box office history. → Read More

Pastor: Woman fatally stabbed in Wichita home lived life serving God, others

Family confirmed to Eyewitness News Tuesday the identities of a woman killed and a man seriously injured in a weekend stabbing at their east Wichita home as Rosane and Marcelo Machado, ages 64 and 73. → Read More

Neighbor reacts to S Wichita fatal stabbing

Jesus Le lives next to the and said he made an immediate connection with the woman. → Read More

Family displaced, dog dead after Sunday mobile home fire

A family is left displaced after a fire engulfed their East Wichita trailer in the 100 block of S. Greenwich Ave Sunday morning, killing one of their dogs. → Read More

Mobile sports gambling company, casino push for legalized sports betting in Kansas

Mobile sports gambling site, DraftKings announced Tuesday that it’s entered into an agreement with Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge City. → Read More

After stroke of bad luck, Haysville family blown away by community’s generosity

Chelsea Smith didn’t know what her family of four would do when their refrigerator unexpectedly broke over the weekend. → Read More

Wichitan recounts experience at Astroworld

Among the sold-out crowd of at least 50,000 fans was one Wichita woman who is still trying to comprehend what she witnessed. → Read More

Women’s March held rally in Wichita advocating for reproductive rights

Across the united states Saturday, women’s marches took place to defend those with uteruses’ reproductive rights. → Read More

Family of shooting victim wants violence among teenagers to end

Sunday night, the family of 16-year-old Azuri Jones, who was shot and killed in a car Thursday, called for an end to the violence among teenagers in Wichita. → Read More

Tribute concert held for music promoter who was killed in hit-and-run

Wichita’s music scene held a tribute Saturday night at the cotillion to honor and raise money for Kenny Ballinger’s family. → Read More

Woman homeless and in debt after crash that sent her to the hospital

A south Wichita home still sits in ruins a week after a high-speed chase resulted in a driver in a stolen car crashing through the side of it. → Read More

1 dead in road rage shooting incident on Kansas Turnpike

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Kansas Highway Patrol says around 6:30 p.m., a man was found in a vehicle with a gunshot wound after law enforcement was called to a road rage incident south of Wichita. When officers responded, they found two vehicles stopped on the shoulder on I-35 southbound three miles south of the Haysville interchange. KHP says one man was found with a gunshot wound in a vehicle by… → Read More

Maize’s Kelsey Stewart returns home from Tokyo Olympics

Former Maize Eagle Kelsey Stewart is now an Olympian and winner of a silver medal with Team USA Softball. → Read More

Consideration of compensation for college athletes likely to move forward

On Wednesday, June 30, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors will meet to discuss adopting an interim policy that allows college athletes to be compensated for the use of their name and likeness. → Read More

Consideration of compensation for college athletes likely to move forward

On Wednesday, June 30, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors will meet to discuss adopting an interim policy that allows college athletes to be compensated for the use of their name and likeness. → Read More

Wichita venues gearing up for full return of concerts, other events

Disney on Ice starts Wednesday at INTRUST Bank Arena. It is one of the bigger acts to come through the arena in downtown Wichita since before the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Wichita venues gearing up for full return of concerts, other events

Disney on Ice starts Wednesday at INTRUST Bank Arena. It is one of the bigger acts to come through the arena in downtown Wichita since before the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Delano businesses see benefit from Wichita Wind Surge

Not only a big day for baseball fans in Wichita, but also for local businesses in the area. → Read More