Longtime, award-winning Kansas journalist Larry Hatteberg brings his classic Hatteberg’s People series back to television in a new half-hour show on KPTS. Each week Hatteberg presents his classic stories about interesting and extraordinary Kansans and then updates us on where those people are now.
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Ep. 8 - Meet one of Wichita’s last surviving Tusgegee airmen and Larry confronts the crookedest man in Buhler.
Ep. 7 - A man who lived like an animal in hole in the ground and meet the hard-working Wichita streetsweeper who shares his timeless recipe for happiness.
Ep. 6 - A glimpse into the life of Wichita’s last living holocaust survivor and a Wichita singer hits it big with a runaway hit. Find out what became of this one-time star.
Ep. 5 - See the first official Hatteberg’s People story from 40 years ago. It’s a timeless lesson in life from a kansas rodeo star cut down in his prime.
Ep. 4 - A Kansas man with Ttourrette’s Syndrome is on a mssion to help young people understand the condition and Wichita’s dancing queen from 1977.
Ep. 3 - Stories include a Kansas woman with the autographs of the world’s major historical figures, and the last day on the job from Winfield’s police chief in 1977.
Ep. 2 - Stories include a lesson in life, love and loyalty, the angel in the golf cart, and a controversial Kansas folk artist.
Ep. 1 - Stories include Larry’s bombshell interview that shed new light on the JFK assassination and an African-American photographer with a candid look at Wichita’s black community through the decades.