The Shawnee County Health Department will be hosting two free walk-in flu vaccine clinics, while supplies last, in upcoming weeks at its Immunization clinic, located at 2115 SW 10th Ave.. These clinics are specifically for uninsured adults, individuals 19 years of age and over without insurance.
A recent poll by the Remington Research Group: a national polling organization, shows the race for Kansas Governor in a statistical tie. KSNT political analyst Bob Beatty of Washburn University said the Remington poll had Democrat Laura Kelly up by one percentage point.
Topeka city officials have given the green light to opening the intersection of SW 21st and Kansas Avenue, which has been under construction since April. Part of the intersection was open until the end of school in May, but the entire intersection was shut down during the summer.
The Kansas Expocentre has moved up the time ticket holders can enter the Expocentre for President Donald Trump's Topeka rally Saturday to 2 p.m., instead of 3:30 p.m. Although doors wil be open at 2 p.m., the President isn't expected to speak until at least 6:30 p.m..
Kansas Gas Service customers can sound off Thursday, October 4 during a public hearing on a nearly 43 million dollar rate increase request from the Kansas Gas Service company. That's about a 10 percent rise or roughly $5.67 monthly.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment issued a boil water advisory for Franklin County Rural Water District (RWD) 6, in the Franklin County town of Rantoul. The advisory affects some 3,200 customers.
Spokespeople for both the Kansas Republican Party and gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach tell KSNT News that the only avenue for tickets for President Donald Trump's Topeka rally is on the "information superhighway," either by computer, tablet or smartphone. Once you sign up,you must have your phone handy to receive an SMS text message verifying the tickets.