K-State journalism news director tests positive for COVID-19

By Hailey Dixon Tribune News Service MANHATTAN — Andrew Smith, journalism professor and news director for the student television productions at Kansas State University, is…

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Grab-and-go helps Hays families

BY CORIE LYNN On Tuesday morning, Gov. Laura Kelly announced that Kansas K-12 would close for the remainder of the school year in an effort…

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5 days of Kansas coronavirus talk: How a rapidly changing story unfolded in political arena

By Tim Carpenter and Sherman Smith Tribune News Service TOPEKA — Freshman state Sen. Mike Thompson adapted his philosophy on delivering forecast of dangerous weather…

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Negotiations stall on massive economic rescue package as coronavirus hits Senate

By Laura King and Jennifer Haberkorn Tribune News Service WASHINGTON — Congressional leaders and the Trump administration raced Sunday evening to reach an agreement on…

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Trump administration ratchets up advisory: Avoid international travel

By Tracy Wilkinson and Chris Megerian Tribune News Service WASHINGTON — Issuing one of its toughest restrictions yet to slow the spread of the coronavirus,…

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Coronavirus-driven shutdown of Kansas schools creates social, academic challenges

By Tim Carpenter and Sherman Smith Tribune News Service TOPEKA — Caroline Zimmerman’s last day of high school felt like any other with tests, homework,…

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Kansas unemployment claims soar 600% as COVID-19 sends economy into tailspin

By Jonathan Shorman Tribune News Service TOPEKA — Unemployment claims in Kansas have soared more than 600 percent in one week as the coronavirus has…

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FHSU athletes and coaches come to terms with seasons ending prematurely due to COVID-19

BY MAKENNA ALLENPHOTOS BY ALLIE SCHWEIZER, DALSY TURNER, FHSU ATHLETICS The COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the nation has left few areas of life untouched.  For students…

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New COVID-19 state regulations cancel community events

BY ISABELLE BRAUN Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced Monday that all gatherings were to be restricted to less than 50 people.  Because of this, events…

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