The Alzheimer’s Association Central and Western Kansas Chapter will meet Tues., March 17, at noon, at the First United Methodist Church, 210 Soule St., Dodge City.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has launched an online resource center for Kansans to learn more about COVID-19, get answers to commonly asked questions about the virus and review other helpful information.
As Americans brace for the impact of the new coronavirus in the United States, a pair of Kansas State University specialists say the best defense against the emerging threat may be one of the most simple.
In a major victory for consumers, a federal judge in Kansas City, Kansas, is allowing a lawsuit over EpiPen price hikes to move ahead as a nationwide class action under the federal racketeering statute.
TOPEKA - Republican legislative leaders blocking a push to give Medicaid coverage to about 150,000 more Kansans say they fear the expansion’s impact on publicly funded abortions. Other Republicans and Democrats reject that argument as a red herring.