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Kansas deaf community pushes for access to information, education amid pandemic

Allison Gile has spent 28 years in classrooms, research institutions and legal settings providing vital information to the Kansas deaf community. Now, the American Sign...

KU group seeks delay of in-person instruction, fraternities put parties on...

KU faculty, staff leaders ask for two-week delay in scheduled Monday start of in-person classes, while KU fraternities ban parties to deter COVID-19.

U.S. Senate nominees, both physicians, offer conflicting diagnosis of Medicaid expansion

TOPEKA — Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Barbara Bollier sought Tuesday to highlight GOP nominee Roger Marshall's opposition to Medicaid expansion in Kansas and to...

Sen. Jerry Moran urges U.S. postmaster to work with Congress on...

U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran asks Postal Service to pause unilateral reforms and work with Congress on bipartisan bill to stabilize the agency.

Kansas professor’s experience with COVID-19 heightens concern for campus safety

TOPEKA — Richard Sleezer could only watch the careless attitudes many have taken toward the pandemic for so long before he felt compelled to...

Inmate Arlan Kaufman, abuser of mentally ill Kansans, appeals denial of...

Mennonite church leaders and family members support compassionate release from prison of Arlan Kaufman, convicted of abusing mentally ill adults in Newton.

Kansas dials up plan to spend $60 million in COVID-19 aid...

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 warns of ‘lethal brew,’ yearns for mask mandate, says...

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.

Foster care providers turned to PPP loans as pandemic intensified family...

TOPEKA — Foster care agencies in Kansas leaned on large federally backed loans during the pandemic to avoid furloughs and acquire technology needed to...

PPP loans keep hospitals, clinics financially stable

TOPEKA — Hospitals and clinics in Kansas, which were struggling to pay employees and stay above water financially before COVID-19, were buoyed by millions...

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