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High-level EMS workers granted temporary allowance to administer COVID-19 vaccine

TOPEKA — The state board overseeing emergency medical services moved Friday to allow workers above a certain level of EMS certification to aid in...

Bipartisan group of 60-plus Kansas legislators issue ‘call to action’ against...

Bipartisan group of 60 Kansas legislators sign call-to-action letter urging people to work harder to counter spread of COVID-19.

Facing financial strain, Saint Francis Ministries shuts down services for refugees

TOPEKA — Saint Francis Ministries is eliminating its support network for refugees in Kansas, citing financial strains within the organization and a desire to...

The grandson of this ‘fiercely bright and generous woman’ has a...

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives...

Gov. Kelly to direct December vaccine supply at COVID-19 health workers,...

KDHE says number of Kansas who died with COVID-19 grew by 119 since Monday, bringing state's pandemic death toll in November closer to 700.

This Kansas doctor started fighting a scary new disease 40 years...

I’m old. Old enough to be among those who had familiar feelings earlier this year when a mysterious disease broke out, and no one...

CDC panel advises states to prioritize health care workers, nursing home...

WASHINGTON — Health care workers and residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities would be the first people in the U.S. to...

Kansas tax revenue narrowly tops November target, governor seeks new federal...

Gov. Kelly urges Congress to adopt emergency aid package for state and local governments, despite November uptick in Kansas tax revenue.

COVID-19 vaccine for high-risk health care workers expected in Kansas in...

TOPEKA — A Kansas health official says a COVID-19 vaccine could be available for many high-risk health care workers in mid-December. Phil Griffin, deputy director...

Detainees say private prison denies COVID-19 tests, treatment while awaiting trial

TOPEKA — People awaiting trial at CoreCivic's Leavenworth prison for federal detainees say the private company has failed to provide adequate testing or medical...

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