A splash park where several people became ill with bacterial infections has been allowed to reopen after it made necessary changes and passed inspection, Sedgwick County officials said.
The leader of an American Indian tribe is concerned that a former Kansas boarding school will be left out of a federal initiative seeking to determine whether thousands of Native American children were buried at schools across the country in the 1800s and early 1900s.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday pinned Kansas’ hopes of keeping the COVID-19 delta variant in check on more people getting inoculated because it is spreading rapidly among the unvaccinated.
TOPEKA — Families and advocates for the elderly in Kansas argue that with most nursing home residents vaccinated against COVID-19, some facilities’ visiting rules need to be relaxed, though the delta variant’s spread is making operators nervous.
Even before kids head back to school — mostly unvaccinated — Kansas is seeing a troubling spike in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
TOPEKA (AP) — The health department in Kansas’ most populous county urged its public schools Monday to require students and staff who aren’t vaccinated against COVID-19 to wear masks indoors when classes resume for the fall.
TOPEKA (AP) — A Kansas racial justice panel appointed by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly has recommended expanding Medicaid, adding another income tax bracket for top-income earners, restoring a food sales tax rebate and banning Native American mascots and team names in public schools.
GODDARD (AP) — Visitors to a splash park near Wichita may have been exposed to two additional bacterium, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment says.
TOPEKA — The League of Women Voters of Kansas and other nonprofits are suspending voter registration drives for fear of criminal prosecution under a new state law.
TOPEKA (AP) — Kris Kobach is representing four Texas sheriffs and a law enforcement group in a federal lawsuit against President Joe Biden and his administration over a policy discouraging the deportation of some immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
TOPEKA (AP) — Kansas reported Friday that tax collections for its just-concluded 2021 budget year were 9.3 percent more than anticipated, giving the state its healthiest cash reserves in more than 40 years as the U.S. economy recovers from COVID-19.
Kansas officials are pleading with residents to get a COVID-19 vaccine and protect themselves from the dangerous Delta variant sweeping through the Midwest.
Only 27 of 165 Kansas legislators holding office in 2010 — a mere 16 percent — have been able to harness the desire, persuasiveness, money or luck to still hold seats in the House or Senate.
Residents living on the outskirts of a sprawling industrial park southwest of Kansas City hope that creating their own town will protect their rural lifestyle from encroaching development.Opposition to the massive Logistics Park Kansas City intermodal facility has been brewing for months, bu…
Former Gov. Jeff Colyer signed a pledge Thursday to oppose the teaching of critical race theory in Kansas schools, matching the move made by his GOP rival earlier this week.
TOPEKA (AP) — Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday announced that she had commuted the prison sentences of five people and granted pardons to three others.
While this new mural will catch anyone’s eye as they travel along the highway, it is just one of many that are part of “A Mural Movement” which has now made Clay Center a destination for public art.
TOPEKA — Counties in Kansas that instituted mask mandates experienced significantly lower rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths compared with counties declining to take that precaution, researchers reported in the journal of the American Medical Association.