Happy Wednedsay, and thanks for joining me for The Rundown, news headlines from K R P S 

Most Kansas students returned to the classroom this week, either virtually or in-person.

Kansas students are already having to quarantine in many districts, Education Commissioner Randy Watson told the state board Tuesday.

Medical marijuana is now legal in Missouri, but dispensaries still haven’t opened due to delays from the state.

Kansas reported nearly 1,700 new coronavirus cases from Friday to Monday.

Most Kansas school kids are back in class, either in-person or virtually. But several districts are having trouble getting their hands on what they need to make virtual learning possible: new computers.

Face coverings will be required for a few weeks longer in the tourist town of Branson, Missouri.  The city’s board of aldermen voted Tuesday to extend the mask mandate to October 14th at 11:59 p.m.

This week states began the process of sending out mail-in ballots to voters throughout the US.

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