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Livestock cannot transmit COVID-19
Source:  News - PrattTribune - Pratt, KS
Sunday, 05 April 2020 22:38

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The director of a Kansas State University veterinary laboratory that responds to animal health issues across the state says that while coronavirus is a disease familiar to livestock producers, it is not the same strain of the virus that is grabbing headlines across the globe.The novel strain of coronavirus, COVID-19, is transmitted through humans. There is no evidence that livestock can transmit the disease to humans, and the food products from livestock [...]

Special assignment: Lindsborg police deliver 96th birthday party
Source:  News - McPhersonSentinel - McPherson, KS
Sunday, 05 April 2020 22:38

This content provided free of charge by the McPherson Sentinel. For more local journalism, subscribe to mcphersonsentinel.com.LINDSBORG — Thursday Lindsborg police chief Michael Davis had a special assignment for officer Terry Reed — one that would put a smile on more than just a few faces.The police department had received a tip to follow up on. There was a 96-year-old woman in town that needed a special welfare check.“They told me that [...]

Ark City Police ask public to keep distance from station during armed standoff
Source:  KSN-TV
Sunday, 05 April 2020 13:11

ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. (KSNW) – Ark City Police are asking citizens to remain at least two blocks away from the police station while they deal with an armed stand-off.

The police department issued a statement on the Arkansas City Police Department Facebook just before 2 p.m. Sunday, emploring residents to keep a distance away from the area near A Street and Third Street, and from Washington Avenue to Walnut.

KSN will bring you more information as this story develops.


KDHE COVID-19 update: 747 cases positive cases in Kansas
Source:  KSN-TV
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:49

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – The Kansas Department of Health reported new data on coronavirus cases across the state.

There have been 747 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus in Kansas as of Sunday, up 49 from Saturday. Statewide, 22 deaths have been reported, up by 1 from Saturday.

Sedgwick County is keeping track of all COVID-19 cases on its website and updating the information at noon every day.

For more information about COVID-19 cases in Sedgwick County click here. Residents can also call United Way of the Plains at 2-1-1 for general information about COVID-19 or if people think they need to be tested.

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Tender Loving Care pet nursing hotel set to open this spring
Source:  KSNT News
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:43

TOPEKA, KAN. (KSNT) – Leslie Fleuranges, owner/operator of Tender Loving Care Pet Nursing Home, 2500 SW 17th St., hopes to have her pet hotel open sometime this spring, after the COVID-19 stay at home order is lifted. The pet nursing hotel is equipped to handle 27 dogs and 2 cats, all with special needs. To see more about Tender Loving Care pet nursing home go to: https://tlcpetnursinghotel.com/


Coronavirus news: Wyandotte County’s cases increase; holiday traditions are disrupted
Source:  Local News | KansasCity.com &
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:43

As a dozen more new coronavirus cases were reported in Wyandotte County, churchgoers across the metro are finding other ways to worship on Palm Sunday, the Passover and Easter. The … Click to Continue »

KS Lottery
Source:  Emporia Gazette - news,news/
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:34

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — These Kansas lotteries were drawn Sunday:

Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Midday' game
Source:  Emporia Gazette - news,news/
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:34

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The winning numbers in Sunday afternoon's drawing of the Kansas Lottery's "Pick 3 Midday" game were:

Pope Francis Livestreams Palm Sunday Mass In An 'Empty' St. Peter's Amid The Pandemic
Source:  KMUW
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:28

St. Peter's Basicalla was virtually empty for Palm Sunday Mass, where usually tens of thousands would gather. Just a few nuns, prelates and laypeople gathered, abiding by social distancing guidelines , while Pope Francis livestreamed the mass in his homily. Francis asked worshipers to think of others suffering from coronavirus. "The tragedy we are experiencing summons us to take seriously the things that are serious," Francis said, "And not to be caught up in those that matter less; to rediscover that life is of no use if not used to serve others." The virtual Mass affected traditional Palm Sunday rites around the globe; in Argentina worshipers used plants already in their homes for traditional blessings, rather than buying palm branches. In the U.S. Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo urged church-goers to stay home and stream mass services. "May we reach out to those who are suffering and those most in need," Francis said in his virtual address. "May we not be concerned with what we lack

Pope Francis Livestreams Palm Sunday Mass In An 'Empty' St. Peter's Amid The Pandemic
Source:  HPPR
Sunday, 05 April 2020 12:28

St. Peter's Basicalla was virtually empty for Palm Sunday Mass, where usually tens of thousands would gather. Just a few nuns, prelates and laypeople gathered, abiding by social distancing guidelines , while Pope Francis livestreamed the mass in his homily. Francis asked worshipers to think of others suffering from coronavirus. "The tragedy we are experiencing summons us to take seriously the things that are serious," Francis said, "And not to be caught up in those that matter less; to rediscover that life is of no use if not used to serve others." The virtual Mass affected traditional Palm Sunday rites around the globe; in Argentina worshipers used plants already in their homes for traditional blessings, rather than buying palm branches. In the U.S. Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo urged church-goers to stay home and stream mass services. "May we reach out to those who are suffering and those most in need," Francis said in his virtual address. "May we not be concerned with what we lack

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