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.

Ways to Connect

Nadya Faulx / KMUW

Sedgwick County Commissioner Michael O’Donnell pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 12 counts of wire fraud, bank fraud and money laundering.

Nadya Faulx / KMUW

Frontier Airlines announced Tuesday that it’s returning to Wichita after five years away.

Frontier will offer nonstop flights to and from Denver three days a week — Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays — starting Aug. 30.

The low-cost airline ended its daily flights in Wichita in 2012, citing underperformance.

pepperberryfarm / flickr Creative Commons

After months of discussions about loosening Wichita’s strict fireworks laws, City Council members on Tuesday backed an ordinance that tightens the rules.

Nadya Faulx / KMUW

Wichita’s new Advanced Learning Library is nearing its grand opening.

Nadya Faulx / KMUW

The new Pizza Hut museum officially opens Monday on Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus.

Via Christi Facebook

Via Christi Health is again offering a day of free health care services this weekend to anyone in need.

Nadya Faulx / KMUW

The Wichita Police officer who killed a man during a swatting incident last December will not face criminal charges.

wichita.gov

City Council members on Tuesday approved a new design for Naftzger Park in downtown Wichita.

Nadya Faulx

Spirit AeroSystems will have a presence on Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus as part of a collaboration announced Thursday between the school and the state’s largest employer.

Sean Sandefur / KMUW/File photo

Defense attorneys for two of the men charged in an alleged bomb plot in western Kansas argued their clients were manipulated by the FBI into remaining part of the conspiracy.

Cross examination of Dan Day, the paid FBI informant in the case, wrapped up Wednesday, with the defense asking him why he didn’t put a stop to the plot earlier when he had the chance.

Pages