KPRS News headlines for Monday 10/04/2021

Good Monday Morning, thanks for joining me for Up First in the Four States, from KRPS. I’m Fred Fletcher-Fierro. Let’s first take a look at local weather,

Kansas health officials are looking to help new mothers suffering from postpartum depression and other health problems.

Former Republican Congressman Todd Akin has died at the age of 74.

An audit raises more questions than it answers about whether state employees in Kansas are paying too much for their medications.

Joplin’s former Health Director was awarded the state’s highest honor from the Missouri Public Health Association

It’s Fire Prevention Week, and the American Red Cross of Southern Missouri says this is a good time to test your smoke alarm.

A Kansas State University study says cattle feedlots in Kansas could become a hotbed for the spread of foot and mouth disease if the U.S. has an outbreak.

And our feature of the day.

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