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Senate urges Kelly to reprioritize prisoners for vaccines

The Kansas Senate on Thursday rebuked Gov. Laura Kelly for putting prisoners in line for COVID-19 vaccines ahead of the general public, a move...

Kansas jobless claims highest since pandemic started

Kansas jobless claims are shooting up to a level not seen since the COVID-19 pandemic started, reflecting new trouble for the state as it...

Proposal would repeal speedy-trial law

Kansas prosecutors have come up with a plan for relieving a backlog of court cases that stalled when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the state,...

Husband of senator-elect dies

The husband of Republican Sen.-elect Beverly Gossage has died, apparently from complications of COVID-19. Gossage announced her husband's death in a post on Facebook Thursday...

KCC considers new moratorium on utility disconnects

State utility regulators are considering the possibility of imposing a new moratorium on utility disconnects during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Kansas Corporation Commission on...

UPDATED: Rahjes stricken by COVID-19

(Updated with more reporting and edits throughout) Republican state Rep. Ken Rahjes has tested positive for COVID-19 after attending this week's organizational meeting of the...

COVID-19 strikes KDOT as winter moves into state

The timing couldn't be any worse for the state's Transportation Department. As winter season moves into Kansas, transportation officials are grappling with a rapid rise...

Kelly: 150,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses coming to Kansas

Gov. Laura Kelly said Wednesday that she expects the state to receive 150,000 doses to vaccinate Kansans against COVID-19 by the end of this...

Kansas counties with mask mandates grows to almost 60%

Almost 60% of Kansas counties have now adopted mask mandates as COVID-19 permeates the state and officials scramble to bring it under control. The latest...

Nearly half of Kansas counties with mask mandates

Counties across Kansas have been gradually reversing course since last summer,  increasingly adopting new mask mandates as COVID-19 spreads rampantly across the state and...