Emily Younger, KSN News Wichita

Emily Younger

KSN News Wichita

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

Inside an instrument repair shop: How Wichitans keep the music alive

Have you ever wondered what happens to a flute, a trombone, or a violin when it goes kaput? → Read More

‘Photo Angel’ connects 100-year-old Kansas picture with living relative

A Massachusetts woman has successfully connected a more than a century-old baby photo taken in Hutchinson with a relative on the west coast. → Read More

What brought an Austrian horse instructor to Kansas?

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — An Austrian horse instructor, who has traveled the world with some of the most renowned horse trainers, has found herself living and working in the Sunflower State. Verena Bragg, 35, is an advanced instructor and equine trainer who specializes in Dressage, Western, and Horsemanship. She is one of the newest employees […] → Read More

3 generations, 3 sets of twins, one Kansas family

Seeing double or, in this case, triple? A Kansas family has learned to laugh when the topic of twins comes up in conversation. → Read More

Wichita nonprofit gives men with developmental disabilities chance at independence

Shepherd’s Way, a nonprofit that provides housing and life coaching for individuals with intellectual disabilities, began with two friends. → Read More

Wichita woman loses eyesight, uses experience to help others

A light, a constant, and a woman with a heart for children. That’s how some describe Teresa Houston, the director of the Child Development Center at Envision. → Read More

Best of both worlds: Defense attorney by day, rockstar by night

Multitalented. It’s just one word to describe criminal defense attorney and musician Dan Monnat. → Read More

From Wichita to Broadway: Young singers’ dreams come true as they travel and wow crowds

Dreaming and singing. It’s what Wichita’s Studio Singers do and do well. The group, made up of area 8 to 14-year-olds, travels across the metro performing at a variety of events and venues. → Read More

Splash! Greater Wichita YMCA offers adaptive swim lessons

Seven Greater Wichita YMCA locations are now offering private adaptive swim lessons for those with physical, cognitive-developmental, or neurological challenges. → Read More

Kansas man creates flags, donates nearly $50k to veterans

Tom DeMayo is a humble man. The Navy veteran has a passion for life and our nation’s heroes. It inspired him to create custom wood flags for the Kansas Honor Flight. → Read More

How Google introduced an international student to Hutchinson

The City of Hutchinson and Hutchinson Community College (HCC) have Google to thank for introducing Reno County to international student Felipe Trautmann. → Read More

Having a bad day? Derby cook has a hat for that!

Long-time Derby High School cook Michele Murray goes the extra mile to brighten up student’s days. → Read More

Newton nun celebrates 65 years of teaching

This 85-year-old woman is a staple in her hometown of Newton, Kansas. It’s where she grew up and where she has served as a teacher and nun for about four decades. → Read More

KU cheerleader dies by suicide, family starts foundation

20-year-old KU cheerleader Remington Young dies by suicide, family starts foundation. → Read More

Hutchinson teacher to retire after 59 years

If you ask John Brown, 80, where he is happiest, he’d likely say Hutchinson High School. After 59 years, he will finish his career with the Hutchinson School District in February 2023. → Read More

Kansas retirees preserve aviation history for future fliers

If you could retire today, what would you do? A pair of Wichitans are using some of their extra free time to preserve aviation history. → Read More

Derby man teaching alongside his former elementary school teachers

From student to teacher. A former Derby elementary school student is now working alongside a pair of his former teachers. → Read More

‘They don’t expect it’: Kansan builds an antique park in his backyard

An Augusta man’s dream of collecting and sharing historical pieces with the world has become a reality. → Read More

Wish granted: Kansan gets new kidney, returns to work

BUTLER COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) — Back and better than ever, a Kansas man has returned to work as a paramedic following a lengthy health battle. “This is what I have always loved to do,” said Shawn Lamm. Lamm, 46, started with Butler County EMS in June of 2022, just a few months after receiving a […] → Read More

Christmas in September? Kansas town says why not

GREAT BEND, Kan. (KSNW) – A Kansas town is celebrating Christmas all year long with its Santas Around the World exhibit. The exhibit includes 24 life-sized Santas representing different countries and regions, including Scotland, Africa, Australia, and Brazil, to name a few. “These were created because Great Bend was coming into its own as being […] → Read More