Rains Bring Tough Mushrooms to Lawns
Manhattan, Kan. — As summer rains fall across Kansas, many people may see mushrooms pop up in their lawns a day or two afterwards. Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Uphams said that while most of these mushrooms are harmless or even beneficial, those that form an arc-like or circular pattern called fairy rings can […]
Governor Laura Kelly Signs Bill Providing $50 Million of Financial Relief to Kansas Small Businesses
Surrounded by small business leaders in downtown Topeka, Governor Laura Kelly today signed bipartisan House Bill 2136, which will invest $50 million to help small businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Report Notes the COVID-19 Impact on Child Care in Kansas
The 2021 Child Care Supply Demand Report is available.
In Parts of Kansas, Black Drivers Get Pulled Over More. But Police Don’t Track Numbers Everywhere
Black drivers are given a disproportionately higher number of traffic tickets than white motorists in some Kansas cities.