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 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.

Postal Service bill passed by U.S. House splits Kansas delegation on...

Kansas' three GOP members of U.S. House voted against, and the delegation's lone Democrat endorsed, bill blocking changes to Postal Service until Jan. 1.

Emergency paycheck loan program delivers $5 billion to 53,000 Kansas businesses

TOPEKA — Chevrolet dealer Jeff Longbine understood the economic damage to sales from the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential benefit of an emergency federal...

Kansas refugee programs struggle as funding, resettlements dwindle

Samuel Dermas Habtemariam came to Wichita as a refugee of the East African country Eritrea with a PhD in teaching English in a foreign...

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