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Kansas ranks 18th nationally in annual report measuring well-being of children

Report says Kansas holds 18th place in terms of well-being of children — better than Missouri and Oklahoma but worse than Nebraska and Colorado.

KDHE orders COVID-19 testing at state-licensed adult care homes

KDHE orders testing for COVID-19 to continue among staff and residents at Kansas adult care homes licensed by the state.

KU reverses course, no longer contemplating use of faculty-dismissal policy to...

University of Kansas drops plan to consider use of policy easing removal of tenured faculty to alleviate budget problems.

Kansas health care providers get $900K boost for COVID-19 vaccination efforts

TOPEKA — Community health care providers across Kansas will soon receive $900,000 in state grant funds to help with local COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Gov....

Marjorie Taylor Greene in new attack on Fauci demands his salary...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia on Tuesday led a group of House Republicans calling for the firing of Anthony Fauci,...

Kansas public schools calculating how to spend $830 million in federal...

TOPEKA — The Kansas Department of Education plans to use a slice of $830 million in new federal funding for public education to address...

Kansas COVID-19 emergency will expire after GOP leaders refuse to meet

TOPEKA — Senate President Ty Masterson announced Tuesday that GOP legislative leaders would force an end to the state's emergency declaration for COVID-19 by...

New report on food insecurity in southwest Kansas indicates barriers to...

TOPEKA — A new report examining barriers to food access faced by many southwest Kansans shows that participation in nutrition assistance programs remained flat...

Kelly rescinding handful of executive orders, seeks extension of disaster declaration

Gov. Kelly requests Kansas legislative leaders endorse gradual removal of executive orders as need for COVID-19 disaster declaration wanes.

Kansas clinics look for creative ways to connect with residents who...

TOPEKA — As health officials across the country aim for a national 70% adult vaccination rate against COVID-19 by July 4, health centers in...

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