October 1st 2019 7 AM KRPS Newscast

A federal court is publicly reprimanding a judge in Kansas for allegedly sexually harassing employees and showing up late to court. Nomin Ujiyediin of the Kansas News Service reports. Democratic Kansas Governor Laura Kelly calls Medicaid expansion her top priority for the legislative session next year, but she’s warning lawmakers to avoid some restrictions that […]

September 26 2019 7 AM KRPS Newscast

A new report shows 51 thousand Kansas children live in neighborhoods with significant levels of poverty. Nomin Ujiyediin of the Kansas News Service reports. Kansas industries that are short on talent are spending more time in the state’s classrooms, recruiting future workers. Last year, K-12 schools saw a jump in businesses coming to classes and […]

The Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble visits Pittsburg State

Friday, Septmeber 27 2019 marks the start of another exciting season of the Pittsburg State Solo and Chamber Music Series with a performance by the renowned Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble. The group who call Virginia home will make their first visit to southeast Kansas later this week. Micheal Holmes, the artistic director of the […]

September 24 2019 8 AM KRPS Newcast

Federal prosecutors have charged a Fort Riley infantry soldier with coaching people online on how to make bombs. Celia Llopis-Jepsen of the Kansas News Service has more details. The NCAA alleges that the University of Kansas men’s basketball team has committed a string of major rules violations. Erica Hunzinger has more on the school’s response. […]

September 23 2019 8 AM KRPS Newscast

Kansas emergency rooms fare well in a new look at hospitals nationwide by investigative reporting outlet ProPublica. Celia Llopis-Jepsen of the Kansas News Service reports. People in a few Kansas cities joined worldwide climate strike protests Friday, calling for world and local leaders to act on climate change. While not nearly as large as protests […]