‘The Rundown’ News Headlines from KRPS

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

Republicans agreed Friday to extend the Kansas coronavirus disaster declaration after assurances that Democratic Governor Laura Kelly would not close businesses again.

For the second time in nearly three months, an official with the Crawford County Health Department is stepping down.

Investigators are trying to determine who is responsible for damaging a cave at the Buffalo National River in Arkansas. Vandals broke into a locked gate at Fitton Cave in August. 

Kansas State University will not have a spring break next semester.

On Friday, Ozark Christian College in Joplin announced that the campus would institute a campus-wide self-quarantine for students.

That’s it for a Monday Rundown, be sure to subscribe to the Rundown in the iTunes store or in Google podcasts. 

Published by KRPS News

89.9 KRPS Morning Edition Host and Producer Fred Fletcher-Fierro

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