Happy Thursday, and thanks for joining me for The Rundown, news headlines from K R P S
Kansas has seen an increase of 500 coronavirus cases and 10 deaths since Monday.
Kansas Education Commissioner Randy Watson says students and teachers in districts that have resumed face-to-face learning are already testing positive for coronavirus, forcing classmates and colleagues into quarantine.
More than 1,100 students at the University of Missouri have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Wichita city council members voted Tuesday to extend the city’s mask mandate only until October 21st – though it could end sooner if certain health metrics are met.
Missouri residents will be able to legally hunt black bears next fall. St. Louis Public Radio’s
The superintendent of Missouri’s largest school district plans to retire from public education at the end of this school year.
And now for our feature of the day with Stephanie Garland of the Better Business Bureau in Springfield, Missouri.
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