June 15, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: covid19

KSHSAA board members who voted for, against spectators disclosed

Many members of the Kansas State High School Athletics Association Board of Directors (KSHSAA) who voted against having spectators for…

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Kelly admin, KDHE continue to mislead on COVID data

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is still struggling to get basic COVID-19 reporting numbers correct. According to a…

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Emporia drops COVID shutdown prosecution against restaurant owner

In a victory for common sense, the City of Emporia dropped their prosecution of a local restaurant owner after he…

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Mask mandates not driven by data

Government proponents of mask mandates say they’re driven by data, but the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says cloth…

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Whistleblower claims mostly true, but not improper

The Kansas Adjutant General’s office has responded to allegations made June 29 by a whistleblower, confirming that many of the…

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Gov. Kelly stonewalls records request on no-bid contracts

Democrat Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has expressed long-standing opposition to the troubling practice of awarding no-bid contracts — government contracts…

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Gov. Kelly continues heavy restrictions on businesses, activity

With her original stay-at-home orders and state of emergency set to expire May 3, and facing mounting pressure to reopen…

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Kansas legislators pressure Gov. Kelly to reopen the economy

On April 27, roughly three-quarters of the Kansas Republican Legislative Delegation sent a letter to Gov. Laura Kelly, pressuring her…

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Oil price decline to hurt tax revenue and the industry

Oil prices during the last two days of trading for May contracts plunged more than 300 percent to an all-time…

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Kansas, Missouri far below national average on COVID-19 cases

Many media reports on COVID-19 cases focus only on the total number of cases in each state, but the population…

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Kansas waives penalty, interest on 1Q 2020 estimated tax payments

The Kansas Department of Revenue this morning announced the waiver of penalty and interest for the first quarter 2020 estimated tax…

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Cell phone tracking system raises privacy concerns for Kansans

The Kansas Justice Institute on Wednesday warned of potential privacy issues surrounding the use of data from a cell phone…

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