Kylie Cameron

News Intern

Kylie Cameron, a Kansas native, is a News Lab intern at KMUW. A political science and journalism major, she also serves as the editor in chief for The Sunflower, Wichita State’s student newspaper.

Upon graduation in May 2020, Cameron plans on attending law school to study media law.

When not working or reading the news, she’s probably sun bathing with her dog, Bruiser, and enjoying a cup of joe.

Ways to Connect

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment was awarded a grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address behavioral health needs of Kansans from birth to 21 years.

City of Wichita

Wichita is a step closer to having electric scooters on city streets.

The Wichita City Council endorsed a new electric scooter pilot program at its meeting Tuesday. If the program receives final approval next week, electric scooters could be in downtown Wichita by late summer.

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Wichita cardiologist Joseph Galichia and his practice, Galichia Medical Group, have reached a $5.8 million settlement with the Department of Justice, according to a news release.

The settlement alleges that Galichia and his company violated the False Claims Act by improperly billing federal health care programs for medically unnecessary cardiac stent procedures from 2008 to 2014.