K-State College of Education Offers Free Remote Learning P-12 Community

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University is expanding its resources to help people across the world transition to remote learning with a new free digital...

Governor Kelly Announces Resumption of State of Kansas Operations

Governor Laura Kelly today announced that public access to state office buildings will remain closed until April 19, 2020. This restriction matches the stay-home...

Osborne County Reports First Positive COVID-19 Case

Osborne, KS – The Osborne County Health Department is announcing the first case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Osborne County. The case involves a female...

Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt Warns Kansans Of Potential Scams

Topeka, Kan. – Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt, today, put out a warning to Kansas consumers and investors about potential scams in the insurance and...

Cloud County Reports First Positive COVID-19 Case

The Cloud County Health Department received notification on Wednesday, April 1st confirming one positive case of COVID-19 in Cloud County. The case in Cloud County...

Department of Commerce launches COVID Jobs Website

Topeka, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Commerce today launched a new jobs website, connecting job seekers with Kansas businesses hiring to fill urgent...

Kansas AG, US Attorney Partner To Combat COVID-19 Fraud

TOPEKA – (April 1, 2020) – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister today announced a state-federal partnership to investigate and...

Kansas Department of Health & Environment Public Update – 4/1/2020

The latest from the Kansas Department of Health & Environment regarding the COVID-19 outbreak.  

Kansas March Total Tax Collections at $523.4 Million; 1.6% Below Estimate

TOPEKA - The State of Kansas closed March with total tax collections at $523.4 million; 1.6% or $8.6 million below the estimate. That is...