TOPEKA - Since the pandemic began in March, the Family Crisis Center in Wichita has stretched its resources thin to provide space for survivors of domestic violence and their families to recuperate
TOPEKA - Kansans may soon see widely expanded COVID-19 testing after a state task force approved a plan for the
distribution of millions of dollars in leftover federal pandemic aid.
Gov. Laura Kelly said $8 million in federal disaster funding will be set aside to cover health care expenses for essential workers and early-childhood professions infected with COVID-19.
TOPEKA - Former U.S. Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius said Tuesday the undersupply of personal protective equipment and of rapid testing for COVID-19 raised likelihood of Trump administration problems proving efficacy of vaccines and distributing treatments to a virus-weary nation.
LAWRENCE - When school buildings across Kansas shut down in March, parents and students had to adjust to shorter class times, Zoom sessions and take-home packets.