TOPEKA — Business leaders and owners in Kansas’ biggest college towns are bracing themselves for an announcement on the status of fall sports...
Gov. Laura Kelly joins legislators to direct $60 million in COVID-19 aid to expand broadband to address telemedicine, education and business needs.
KDHE Secretary Lee Norman tells Kansas Reflector bars are red-hot vectors of COVID-19, Kansas needs mask mandate, too soon to open schools and universities.
TOPEKA — Chevrolet dealer Jeff Longbine understood the economic damage to sales from the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential benefit of an emergency federal...
The University of Kansas and Kansas State University to employ different testing strategies for COVID-19 when students return to campus.
Kansas congressional delegation anxious to push bills on unemployment benefit, business liability protection and tax reform for recording industry.
The State Finance Council agreed to invest $254 million in federal COVID-19 aid in education, public health and economic development initiatives.
Many of Kansas’ largest public school districts are pushing their start date until after Labor Day to provide additional preparation time in light of...
Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly warned Kansans on Monday indifference about wearing masks and social distancing may lead to new restrictions to battle COVID-19.
Law school graduates and practicing attorneys raise questions about propriety of hosting a bar exam for more than 100 people at the University of Kansas.