Nicole Grimes

News Intern

Nicole Grimes is a KMUW News Lab intern and Wichita State University student studying Communications and English. She has previously worked with the Flint Hills Media Project, a WSU magazine publication. She has also spent time as an Ad Lab intern, which is the university’s student-run advertising agency.

Once, when she was 8, she won best costume at her family’s Halloween party (she was a witch). In her free time, she likes to read fiction, draw and be harassed by her three cats.

City of Wichita

Wichita Park and Recreation will host a job fair this week with more than 200 positions. Full-time and part-time positions are available.

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WSU Tech announced it will offer scholarships to workers laid off because of the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max.

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A Wichita couple, Meghan and Juanta Wolfe, have won the 2020 Riverfest art contest.

Their art for the River Festival’s poster and buttons was unveiled today at Emprise Bank. They also were presented a check for $4,000.

Meghan Wolfe is a freelance illustrator and photographer. She’s also president of the local chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Artists.

Juanta Wolfe is a freelance muralist and teacher for Arts Partners’ Generation STEAM.

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Gretchen Carlson will be the keynote speaker at Wichita State University’s Center for Combating Human Trafficking annual conference on Friday.

Carlson, former co-host of “Fox & Friends,” helped to herald in the #MeToo movement when she sued former Fox CEO Roger Ailes in 2016 for sexual harassment.

The 2019 movie “Bombshell” is based on her experiences at Fox. This year’s conference theme is “Be the Bombshell: Ignite Your Power,” and will discuss the importance of individual voices.

Other featured speakers are: