Red Cross Offers Free Stress Reduction Workshop to Fort Riley Soldiers

Fort Riley, KS— The American Red Cross Serving Kansas on Friday was pleased to offer its Stress Reduction Workshop for the military on a large scale for the first time at Fort Riley. The free workshops are led by trained mental health professionals who are Red Cross volunteers, and the Red Cross Fort Riley Service […]

State Child Death Review Board: Child Drug, Fentanyl Deaths Increase in 2020

Topeka, KS – The State Child Death Review Board this week reported that Kansas recorded an increase in the number of drug-related deaths in children age 0-17, including a rapid rise related to fentanyl. The board’s just-released annual report analyzes the deaths of Kansas children (birth through 17 years old) that occurred in calendar year 2020, […]

WATCH: Sen. Marshall Asks Senate to End COVID National Emergency Declaration After Biden Says the Pandemic is Over

Washington, D.C.– Today U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. requested that the U.S. Senate immediately approve his resolution to terminate the COVID-19 national emergency declaration. Senator Marshall’s resolution followed President Joe Biden’s comments that the coronavirus pandemic is over, yet the national emergency for COVID-19 has yet to be terminated by the White House. Unfortunately, Senate Democrats blocked […]