Lily Wu, KWCH Eyewitness News

Lily Wu

KWCH Eyewitness News

Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent:
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
  • KCTV5 - Kansas City
Past:
  • WIBW
  • KFDA NewsChannel10
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • KAKE News

Recent articles by Lily:

Wichita restaurants busy with Thanksgiving preparations

Some Wichita area restaurants are in the thick of making Thanksgiving meals. → Read More

Baby chimp’s birth ‘a miracle,’ Sedgwick County Zoo says

The Sedgwick County Zoo is calling the birth of a baby chimpanzee a miracle. → Read More

Veterinarian, OBGYNs help deliver baby chimp at Sedgwick County Zoo

Zookeepers are calling Kucheza’s birth not only a win for mom and baby but for the Sedgwick County Zoo and the chimpanzee population. → Read More

Pharmacists push for prevention ahead of peak flu season

As pharmacies across the U.S. report being in short supply of some medicines ahead of winter, 12 News spoke with some Wichita area pharmacists who urge people to think, “prevention,” as we approach peak flu season. → Read More

Sedgwick County explains how your early mail ballot is counted

Voters in Kansas can choose from three ways to vote. Two of them are already being utilized - advance in-person voting and mail-in ballots. → Read More

Building You: Sedgwick County election workers needed for Nov. 8 election

The Sedgwick County Election Office continues to hire and train more election workers ahead of the general election on November 8. → Read More

Sedgwick County Zoo celebrates 51-year-old elephant, among oldest in N. America

One of North America’s oldest elephants is celebrating turning 51 this year and the golden anniversary of her residency at the Sedgwick County Zoo. → Read More

Busy weekend a benefit for Wichita’s economy

If you’re looking for an indoor or outdoor event this weekend, there are plenty of options in and around Wichita. → Read More

Missing Wichita woman found safe

The Wichita Police Department said Amanda Crabtree, a woman who had been reported missing on Aug. 24 has been found and is safe. → Read More

Building You: Child Start, Workforce Alliance partner on child care initiative

Two Wichita non-profits are partnering to help with child care strategies in the community. → Read More

Kansas waives some fees for licensed child care providers

Child care providers are in high demand right now and the State of Kansas is offering some benefits to help get them licensed. → Read More

Maker of JJ’s Snack Pies expands with new facility in north Wichita

Pennsylvania-based manufacturer JTM Foods broke ground Wednesday on a new manufacturing facility at the ict21 Industrial District in north Wichita. → Read More

Wichita Public Schools welcomes students back for new normal year

Wichita Public School students completed their first day of school for the 2022-23 school year on Monday. → Read More

Jobs report positive, need for workers still high in Kansas

Kansas Governor Kelly made a stop in Wichita days after the primary election to hear from small business operators facing workforce challenges. → Read More

Unprecedented turnout leads to Election-Day issues in Sedgwick County

The Sedgwick County Election Office employed between 500 and 600 people to work at the 81 polling locations around the county. → Read More

Sedgwick County Election Office conducts public test of election equipment

Sedgwick County voters are showing up in droves to cast early ballots ahead of Tuesday’s Kansas primary. F → Read More

Thefts drive E. Wichita homeowners to put electric fence around ‘Vote Yes’ sign

The homeowners say what they did was a final effort to keep people from stealing the signs from their yard. → Read More

More than 109K early ballots cast ahead of Aug. 2 Kansas primary

Data from the Kansas Secretary of State’s Office shows that as of Tuesday morning, July 26, more than 109,000 Kansans have cast a ballot either by mail or in-person ahead of the Aug. 2 primary. → Read More

Antisemitic flyers appear in more Wichita neighborhoods

More flyers are showing up in east Wichita neighborhoods. They include antisemitic messages and claims against the Jewish community. → Read More

Jewish leader responds to antisemitic flyers left on some doorsteps in Wichita

A group expressing antisemitic views online has now spread hateful messages on doorsteps in Wichita communities. → Read More