A 3-year-old girl died on the morning of Wednesday, May 20, after being hit by a delivery truck that was backing out of a driveway in rural Miami County west of Paola.
An 89-year-old Osawatomie man was killed Tuesday, May 19, when the John Deere mower he was driving was hit by another vehicle on 335th Street north of Osawatomie.
Kansas will implement a modified Phase 2 reopening of the state on Friday, May 22, which includes a new mass gathering limit of 15 individuals.
Mass gatherings will continue to be limited to no more than 10 people during Gov. Laura Kelly’s Phase 1.5 plan to reopen the state, which launched Monday, May 18.
Miami County commissioners did not extend the stay-at-home order for the county. Commissioners will allow the order to expire at midnight May 3 when the governor’s statewide directive is lifted.
On Thursday, April 30, Gov. Laura Kelly outlined a three-phase plan, followed by a phase-out period, for reopening the state after she lifts the stay-at-home order at midnight, Monday, May 3, and initiates phase one - which includes continuing to limit mass gatherings to 10 or fewer people a…
One new active case of coronvirus (COVID-19) has been identified in a Miami County resident in their 30s, the Miami County Health Department reported Saturday, April 25.The department reported that multiple, close contacts of this individual have been identified and contacted with further in…
A federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order against Gov. Laura Kelly’s executive order that limits religious gatherings to no more than 10 people. The judge issued the ruling Saturday evening, April 18.
Gov. Laura Kelly has extended the statewide stay-at-home order until midnight Sunday, May 3, in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that continues to add new cases and deaths in Kansas on a daily basis.
TOPEKA — The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled in Gov. Laura Kelly’s favor — invalidating the Legislative Coordinating Council’s April 8 revocation of the governor’s coronavirus (COVID-19) Executive Order 20-18 that limited religious gatherings and funerals to no more than 10 people.
Gov. Laura Kelly is challenging the authority of the Legislative Coordinating Council (LCC) to rescind her executive order limiting religious gatherings and funerals to no more than 10 people by taking the matter directly to the Kansas Supreme Court.
One day after Gov. Laura Kelly issued a statewide directive adding religious gatherings and funerals to the list of activities that are limited to no more than 10 people, the order was rescinded by the Legislative Coordinating Council on Wednesday, April 8.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly, during a press conference Saturday, March 28, announced a statewide stay-at-home order for Kansas to help fight the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Miami County Commission has endorsed an emergency stay-at-home order issued by Dr. Donald Banks, Local Health Officer for Miami County, that covers a 29-day period, beginning Wednesday, March 25.
Beginning Tuesday, March 24, residents of Jackson County, Mo.; Johnson County, Kan.; Kansas City, Mo.; and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan; will be directed to stay at home except for essential needs, according to an announcement from the CORE 4 partners Saturday,…
The Linn County (Kansas) Health Department announced Thursday, March 19, that the Kansas county's first case of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed through the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) laboratory in Topeka.
A Wyandotte County man has died of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Kansas Department of Health and Environment announced Thursday night, March 12.