As health officials across the country aim for a national 70% adult vaccination rate against COVID-19 by July 4, health centers in Kansas are finding ways to reach the most vulnerable populations in the state.
“It’s been an incredibly rich week for audio reporting in Kansas,” Eric Thomas writes.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center will host its annual garden party, virtually, this Sunday, June 13.
The Lawrence Times is now accepting obituaries for those who lived in the Lawrence/Douglas County area.
Lawmakers gathered Thursday to celebrate the passage in April of House Bill 2208, one section of which requires state agencies to certify 26 community-based mental health centers as behavioral health clinics within 3 years and set new rates for the services they provide.
After a muted year in 2020, the Douglas County Fair will return in full force this July. Yes, there will be a llama show. And a demolition derby.
U.S. House Democrats’ highway funding bill is poised to include roughly three out of five transportation projects submitted by members, as legislators vie for their share of federal dollars through the resurrected congressional earmarks process.
Tina Miller, a Comanche County resident who has provided foster care to dozens of kids and adopted three, is telling concerned foster parents to call their state representatives and senators and ask if they are willing to help.
The Kansas State Board of Education on Tuesday voted to allow school districts to count computer science as a math or science credit for high school graduation requirements.
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