U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg joined Eyewitness News anchor and “Right Now” host Michael Schwanke to discuss the president’s infrastructure plan, talks aiming for bipartisan support for a plan and key infrastructure issues affecting Kansas.
The 30 by 30 program comes with many questions and concerns from Kansas land owners. It’s one of the issues Eyewitness News agriculture reporter Brityne Rucker took to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, along with questions about further relief for Kansas farmers and ranchers.
Pediatrician Dr. Amy Seery with Ascension Via Christi explained the science with the vaccine, how it works and how it can play an important role for many kids wanting to get back to “normal,” safely able to visit grandparents and any friends who may be immunocompromised.
Monday, April 26, marks the 30th anniversary of the tornado that devastated the Andover community. Looking back on that night, former KWCH Chief Meteorologist Merril Teller sat down with a one-on-one interview with Eyewitness News Anchor and Right Now host, Michael Schwanke.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly is expected to announce the state is officially moving into Phase 2 of the vaccine rollout and wants to improve communication. Phase 2 includes those over 65 and “high contact workers” like police and teachers, but there are challenges ahead.
Eyewitness News anchor and “Right Now” host Michael Schwanke sat down with Wichita’s Small Business Administration director to discuss what’s new with this next round of PPP loans and how local businesses can access this latest round of money.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has announced the official phased plan of vaccine rollout for the State of Kansas. her team has prepared its official phased plan of COVID-19 vaccine rollouts for the state, which are as follows:
On Tuesday, (Jan. 5) Eyewitness News anchor and “Right Now” host Michael Schwanke sat down with Sedgwick County Health Officer Dr. Garold Minns to get your questions about the plan for the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine answered.
The end of an era for the Butler County Sheriff’s Office comes with the retirement of the long-time sheriff, Kelly Herzet. Herzet is calling it a career after nearly 40 years with Butler County. He became sheriff in 2011.
With the mandatory mask order extended in Sedgwick County for at least eight more weeks, Eyewitness News on Thursday reached out to the doctor who signed the order, Sedgwick County Health Officer Dr. Garold Minns.
Actor Chadwick Boseman was just 43 years old when he died last week of colon cancer. With the high-profile case bringing awareness to the issue, hospitals report seeing more colorectal cancer cases in people younger than 50.
Combating robocalls are among the top priorities for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). How is the agency addressing that priority? Monday, Eyewitness News spoke with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai about the fight to keep unwanted calls off of your cell phone.
At the start of Phase 1.5 in the governor's gradual plan to reopen the Kansas economy, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly sat down with Eyewitness News anchor Michael Scwhanke for a segment on "Right Now with Michael Schwanke,"