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Kansas universities see jump in COVID-19 cases as students congregate

Ellis County is experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases since students and employees returned for class at Fort Hays State University. Although the university has...

COVID-19 convinces KU to open football, three other sports seasons without...

Threat of COVID-19 leads University of Kansas to prohibit fan attendance at September football, volleyball, soccer and cross country events.

Kansas educator urges students to tap into COVID-19 experience via TikTok,...

University of Kansas faculty member says K-12 students can explore COVID-19's impact on their lives through TikTok, Instagram and other social media.

KU women’s basketball team leads Black Lives Matter march across campus

University of Kansas women's basketball team draws hundreds to Black Lives Matter march on campus in Lawrence.

Former Emporia State University employee not happy with $64K ruling for...

TOPEKA — A federal judge has ordered Emporia State University to pay $64,000 to a former employee who faced retaliation after reporting a racist...

Douglas County health officials issuing quarantine orders to 10 Greek houses...

Health officials in Douglas County issue quarantine order to nine fraternities and sororities and plan to add a 10th in bid to slow spread of COVID-19.

Kelly thanks Kansas teachers for work on reopening plans despite virus...

Linda Sieck is uncertain about the feasibility of maintaining social distance in a cramped classroom when her students return to class this fall. Linda Sieck,...

Kansas’ pandemic purchases include gowns that were trash bags with holes...

Kansas officials dealing with COVID-19 have purchased $64 million in PPE, including hospital gowns that turned out to be trash bags with arm holes.

KU disciplines two fraternities for ‘selfish, irresponsible’ approach to COVID-19

The University of Kansas orders two fraternities to stop hosting social gatherings in violation of COVID-19 protocols.

Kansas’ vulnerable children can’t afford to absorb state budget cuts

Two influential child advocacy organizations argue on the Kansas Reflector podcast for sustained state investment in quality-of-life programs.

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