Kansas Will Begin Releasing Names and Locations of Active Coronavirus Outbreaks

TOPEKA — The State of Kansas is going to begin releasing the names and locations of active coronavirus outbreaks in the state. The change will begin Wednesday, September 9. Governor Laura Kelly made the announcement Wednesday afternoon in a news release. “With our children returning to school, sports resuming, and college campuses reopening – we’re … Read more

Thunderstorms Possible Saturday Night into Sunday Morning

Showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and into the overnight in Western Kansas. This thunderstorm activity will slowly move to the east and into Central Kansas during the overnight tonight. Western Kansas could have some scattered severe thunderstorms but as the activity moves into Central Kansas, severe storms become less likely. Tonight – A … Read more

Whataburger Confirms Expansion into Kansas

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. – Whataburger confirmed Friday it will be expanding its market into Kansas. The expansion will also include Missouri and Tennessee, according to a press release. The Texas-based fast-food restaurant didn’t say how many or where their new locations in Kansas will be. Whataburger is celebrating its 70th anniversary and also unveiled a … Read more

Heavy Rainfall Possible Sunday Evening through Sunday Night

Scattered to numerous thunderstorms are expected to develop along the Interstate 70 corridor late Sunday afternoon or Sunday evening and then develop and move southeastward across central Kansas Sunday night. Where thunderstorms form, very heavy rainfall is expected to occur, and may lead to rises on creeks and rivers. Flash flooding may also occur as … Read more

OCCK Transportation Extends Free Rides Through August

SALINA – OCCK Transportation will continue free fares for all public transit services, including CityGo, 81 Connection, Paratransit and City of Abilene through the month of August. “It’s amazing that another month has come and gone already,” said Michelle Griffin, Mobility Manager. “OCCK continues to provide the same great service for all passengers, even during … Read more

Wet Start to the Work Week

An active pattern of showers and thunderstorms is in store for the first half of the work week. Although some strong to marginally severe storms are possible throughout the period, widespread severe weather appears low at this time. However, very heavy rain and flooding could become a concern for some areas. Temperatures will be cooler … Read more