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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Sharon Keagy will be the first to tell you she is not an artist.

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Wichita City Council members are holding off for now on making any changes to the city's fireworks ordinance. The council agreed Tuesday to study the issue more.

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Wichita City Council members passed two ordinances Tuesday aimed at curbing panhandling.

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Wichita’s Mayflower Clinic has moved to a new downtown location.

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Sedgwick County is considering filing a lawsuit against manufacturers and distributors of opioids.

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Mayor Jeff Longwell said Thursday that Wichita is in the final stages of talks to bring an affiliated baseball team back to the city.

After weeks of touting a major “baseball announcement,” Longwell said he can’t make the announcement everyone’s been waiting for—yet.

“If we were to name them today, we would jeopardize the process," he said during his address at the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce Issue Forum.

City Council will hold a public hearing next month over a tax district meant to support a combination entertainment venue-restaurant in east Wichita.

Thousands of volleyball fans are watching Wichita State University this weekend as they host the first and second rounds of the NCAA championship.

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More than 60 percent of Kansas women vote—but only about a quarter of state elected offices are held by women. A Kansas City-based nonprofit is expanding its efforts to change that, starting at the local level.

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Sedgwick County is offering free HIV testing on Friday for World AIDS Day.

Conventional testing will be available at the county Division of Health on West Central from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Walk-ins and appointments will be accepted.