April 25 2018 6 AM Newscast

Kansas Medicaid Director Jon Hamdorf says the state is starting to chip away at an application backlog that has delayed coverage for thousands of low-income, elderly and disabled Kansans over the last several years. Former Republican gubernatorial candidate and state legislator Mark Hutton endorsed Governor Jeff Colyer on Tuesday. A measure that would move Missouri’s right-to-work vote […]

Tuesday April 24 2018 7AM Newscast

Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer continues to seek federal approval for a Medicaid work requirement – despite opposition from lawmakers. Kansas’ top child welfare official on Monday proposed $24 million in additional spending over three years and said her agency needs to hire dozens of workers who are not licensed social workers to conduct investigations into reports […]

Tuesday April 24 2018 6AM Newscast

Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer continues to seek federal approval for a Medicaid work requirement – despite opposition from lawmakers. Kansas’ top child welfare official on Monday proposed $24 million in additional spending over three years. A Democratic lawmaker from the St. Louis-area is refusing to resign for regularly appearing by phone on a controversial radio talk show.

Focus On The Four States For April 24, 2018 – Sara Vacca Talks ‘Just Another Mudder’

It’s a Tuesday ‘Focus On The Four States’ on K R P S. Kids, water and mud. Normally not a trio that parents would let their kids play around in, but this Saturday morning the City of Pittsburg is hosting this years ‘Just Another Mudder’ race for children ages 5 to 12 years old.  On […]

Monday April 23, 2018 7 AM KRPS Newscast

While students protested gun violence around the state and the country, about 200 people rallied for gun rights at the Statehouse in Topeka.  More than half of Kansas residents aren’t using broadband internet despite the availability of the service to nearly everyone in the state. Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has responded with defiance to the newest […]

Monday April 23, 2018 6 AM KRPS Newscast

A former Sedgwick County detention deputy convicted of sex crimes against inmates is now charged with sex crimes against a child. Two conservative media personalities believe lively debate is vanishing from American politics. Republicans are increasingly worried that Gov. Eric Greitens’ political woes are hurting GOP prospects at the polls.

Audio Of Pittsburg’s State Of The City Address – 04/19/2018

Speakers include: 0:00 – 6:45 –  Public Information Officer Sarah Runyon 6:45-14:35 –  Leah Posterick  Owner, Signit Coffee Roasters 14:35 – 18:13 – City Manager Daron Hall 18:13 – 32:30 – Mayor Jeremy Johnson 32:30 – 42:22 – Deputy City Manager Jay Byers 42:22 – 52:50 – Director of Housing and Community Development Becky Gray 52:50 […]

Friday April 20, 2018 7 AM KRPS Newscast

Kansas has once again scored below the national average in the latest National Health Security Preparedness Index, on Thursday morning the City of Pittsburg held its annual State of the City luncheon at Memorial Auditorium and Missouri lawmakers sound unfazed by Thursday’s ruling by a St. Louis judge allowing next month’s invasion of privacy trial of governor […]

‘Focus On The Four States’ – Chris Brubeck of the Brubeck Brothers Quartet

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet will be performing at Missouri Southern State Universities Corley Auditorium, Saturday April 21. The group’s bassist, trombonist and composer Chris Brubeck, son of Dave Brubeck, makes it clear that the BBQ isn’t a cover band playing his Father’s music. Dave was one of the America’s most well known composers of ‘Cool […]