Happy Friday, and thanks for joining me for The Rundown, news headlines from K R P S
Republican lawmakers in Topeka voted Thursday against adding 100 dollars a week to unemployment benefits for Kansans affected by the pandemic.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday says he’s pleased to see the Senate push through a measure allowing the attorney general to prosecute murder cases in St. Louis.
A Kansas City, Kansas, nursing home where 37 people died of coronavirus put its residents’ lives in danger.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran says he’s pushing the Department of Health and Human Services to complete its contract with the medical supply company that manufactures ventilators with Spirit AeroSystems.
A scathing federal inspection sheds light on one of the deadliest coronavirus outbreaks in Kansas.
The University of Missouri is reporting more than 760 confirmed cases of COVID-19 at its flagship campus, more than 500 of them considered active cases. But university leadership isn’t moving classes online.
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