Lily Wu, KWCH Eyewitness News

Lily Wu

KWCH Eyewitness News

Wichita, KS, United States

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Recent:
  • KWCH Eyewitness News
Past:
  • KFDA NewsChannel10
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • KAKE News

Recent articles by Lily:

Job prep programs help ready teens for workforce

Teenagers are in greater demand than ever to fill job openings across the country. If you have a teenage daughter or son, they’re now eligible for several job prep programs around Wichita. → Read More

Wichita Public Schools to parents: Be prepared for temporary closures

As of Thursday, no Wichita schools have closed due to lack of staffing caused by COVID, but a Wichita Public Schools spokesperson says the district is monitoring data at each of its schools. → Read More

Building You: Bombardier continues expanding Wichita Service Centre

Bombardier continues to expand its Wichita Service Centre. → Read More

Family, friends remember woman killed in El Dorado fire

An El Dorado man has been charged with murder and arson in connection to his girlfriend’s death. The family identified the victim as 56-year-old Marie Edmonds. → Read More

COVID-19 testing in high demand at free testing locations around Wichita

COVID-19 testing continues to be in high demand at most of the free testing locations around Wichita. A primary difference, depending on where you go, is the amount of time you’ll have to wait for results. → Read More

Building You: New program addresses paramedic shortage

Sedgwick County EMS creates a new initiative called E2P to address the shortage of paramedics. → Read More

City of Wichita begins search for next police chief

The City of Wichita is beginning its administrative process to search for the next chief of police. → Read More

Pests invade parts of west Wichita, residents left searching for solution

Unsightly mounds of dirt are popping in west Wichita. → Read More

Brothers set aside political differences, work together in service to community

Mike and Nick Hoheisel agree there’s plenty to be grateful for and on Thursday, they shared a feeling of being thankful to serve their community as volunteers. → Read More

Special session addressing federal mandates starts Monday in Topeka

In less than a week, Kansas lawmakers head back to Topeka for a special session that will focus on two bills in response to federal vaccine mandates. → Read More

Kansas food sales tax is 2nd highest in U.S., governor, potential opponent support exemption

At 6.5 percent, Kansas has the second highest sales tax on food in the nation. → Read More

Rural Kan. school districts announce efforts to curb rising COVID-19 cases

Three rural school districts in Kansas made announcements this week on how they are trying to curb the number of COVID-19 cases and exposures. → Read More

Sedgwick County starts administering pediatric doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

The Sedgwick County Health Department began administering pediatric doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine today. → Read More

Wife, daughter of Chiefs owner share love of pageantry, giving

Gracie Hunt, daughter of Chiefs co-owner Clark Hunt, was named Miss Kansas USA in April. It’s an honor her mother received back in 1993. → Read More

WSU Student Government denies recognition of conservative student group

A conservative student group was denied Recognized Student Organization status during last night’s meeting. → Read More

4you: Tyson Etienne showcases first photo art exhibit Saturday

Shocker men’s basketball player, Tyson Etienne, will showcase his first photography art exhibit in Wichita this Saturday. → Read More

New candidates run in local school board races

New candidates are running in local school board races, including Andover. → Read More

Building You: Wichita Public Schools hiring 500 substitute teachers

Wichita Public Schools wants to employ approximately 1,000 substitute teachers. → Read More

City of Wichita to continue discussion on non-discrimination ordinance Tuesday

Nearly 40 people spoke out at the July meeting to discuss a non-discrimination ordinance. → Read More

Community fundraiser organized to help Goddard girl hospitalized since June accident

A little more than two months after being severely burned in an accident, community members are stepping up with a fundraising effort to help a Goddard girl who’s continuing her recovery in the hospital. → Read More