Nadya Faulx

Digital News Editor / Reporter

Nadya joined KMUW in May 2015 after a year at a newspaper in western North Dakota, where she did not pick up an accent.

Before entering the wild world of journalism, she studied international relations, worked at a dog daycare and taught English at a school in the Republic of Georgia (not all at the same time). KMUW marks her triumphant return to public media; she previously interned with the diversity department at the NPR mothership in Washington, D.C.

She enjoys traveling, reading, making jewelry that could easily be mistaken for the work of a 4-year-old, and hanging out with her cat, Dragon.

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Lawmakers in Congress are running out of time to pass immigration reform legislation before the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program expires next month.

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A leading Kansas LGBT rights group is pushing back against a newly adopted Kansas Republican Party resolution that activists say dehumanizes transgender individuals.

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Hundreds of Republicans are expected in Wichita this weekend as the party holds it annual state convention.

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A Sedgwick County Sheriff’s deputy has been charged with official misconduct after he allegedly withheld evidence in a narcotics investigation.

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Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell says the $200 billion dollars in federal funding included in President Trump’s infrastructure plan announced Monday is a welcome investment—even though the plan puts most of the funding burden on state and local governments.

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A new anti-harassment effort in Wichita is targeting sexual violence in bars.

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A former county commissioner says he's running again for the District 5 seat after nearly four years away from public service.

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The Sedgwick County Department of Health is urging residents to get a flu shot if they haven’t already — because we’re not through the worst of the flu season.

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The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, is set to expire in a less than a month. The White House has offered a proposal that protects Dreamers, but limits legal immigration. One Wichita woman says the plan puts her in a difficult position.

The woman, who asked that her name not be used, is a U.S. citizen — but her parents, who live in Wichita, aren't.

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The city of Wichita has appointed a committee to help guide a final decision over the future of Century II.

Mayor Jeff Longwell announced the 11-person committee at the annual Wichita Chamber luncheon Thursday. Members represent different businesses around town, as well as some of the performing arts groups that call Century II home, including the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, Music Theatre Wichita and the Wichita Grand Opera.

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