With an increase in the number of rabies cases in Kansas this year, officials warn not to approach wild or injured animals.
The Reno County Health Department says it has received reports of 49 cases of whooping cough in the county.
According to the CDC, the parasite can survive in treated water for 10 days.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued a blue algae warning for two Kansas lakes.
The number of confirmed cases of whooping cough in Reno County has jumped to 20 cases.
National HIV Testing Day is on June 27 and free testing is being offered at several locations in Wichita.
A Kansas judge on Thursday blocked the state’s first-in-the-nation ban on a controversial abortion procedure.
We have heard several local responses to Thursday’s Supreme Court decision. You can read them here.
Manufacturers are working to change the packaging on those laundry detergent pods that are a little too attractive to children.
Renovations at the Osawatomie State Hospital have caused the facility to stop accepting new patients.
Reno County is offering free whopping cough vaccinations. The disease can be deadly for children under one year of age.
The Tulsa Health Department says recent rainfall likely led to an increase in the bugs’ population.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is trying to determine how prevalent the plague is in northern Colorado.
The analysis is among several medical marijuana articles published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Attention wearers of skinny jeans: don’t squat — at least not for long.