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Staff and Wire ... Wednesday, September 28th, 2022

These area headlines are curated by KPR news staffers, including J. Schafer, Laura Lorson, Kaye McIntyre, and Tom Parkinson. Our headlines are generally posted by 10 am weekdays, 11 am weekends. This news summary is made possible by KPR listener-members. Become one today. And follow KPR News on Twitter.

(Photo by Nomin Ujiyediin, Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, September 28th, 2022

Scientists say atrazine maker Syngenta has long muddied the public's understanding of risks related to its product in an effort to delay stricter regulations.

The Kansas Department of Corrections is looking for a new way to test for alcohol in drinks. (Photo by Carlos Moreno, KCUR 89.3)
Kansas News Service Tuesday, September 27th, 2022

The prison system announced changes after the Kansas News Service pointed out possible issues.  

Staff and Wire ... Tuesday, September 27th, 2022

These area headlines are curated by KPR news staffers, including J. Schafer, Laura Lorson, Kaye McIntyre, and Tom Parkinson. Our headlines are generally posted by 10 am weekdays, 11 am weekends. This news summary is made possible by KPR listener-members. Become one today. And follow KPR News on Twitter.

Doug Fuller stands in front of his back porch in Cambridge, Iowa. The farmer struggled with a severe depressive episode last year. Two-thirds of farmers said the pandemic affected their mental health, according to an American Farm Bureau poll. (Photo by Kendall Crawford, Harvest Public Media)
Harvest Public Media Tuesday, September 27th, 2022

Farmers die by suicide at a higher rate than the general population. That’s leading Midwestern states to train bankers, veterinarians and agribusiness professionals to be the new front line of defense against farm stress.  

Staff and Wire ... Monday, September 26th, 2022

These area headlines are curated by KPR news staffers, including J. Schafer, Laura Lorson, Kaye McIntyre, and Tom Parkinson. Our headlines are generally posted by 10 am weekdays, 11 am weekends. This news summary is made possible by KPR listener-members. Become one today. And follow KPR News on Twitter.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, September 25th, 2022

What's at stake in the upcoming midterm elections? We'll talk to journalist Jerry Seib, leader of the Dole Institute of Politics fall series.

Staff and Wire ... Saturday, September 24th, 2022

These area headlines are curated by KPR news staffers, including J. Schafer, Laura Lorson, Kaye McIntyre, and Tom Parkinson. Our headlines are generally posted by 10 am weekdays, 11 am weekends. This news summary is made possible by KPR listener-members. Become one today. And follow KPR News on Twitter.

Many cornfields in western Kansas, like this one just outside of Garden City, have been parched by the drought. Estimates predict that Kansas corn farmers will harvest 122 million fewer bushels this year than they did last year. (Photo by David Condos, Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Saturday, September 24th, 2022

Drought is taking its toll on western Kansas cornfields this year. And all that dead corn could mean higher prices for products that depend on the state's grain supply, such as ethanol-infused gasoline and corn-fed beef.  

J. Schafer Saturday, September 24th, 2022

Kansas Public Radio is hiring a new Statehouse Bureau Chief. Do you have the skills, experience and curiosity necessary to keep an eye on Kansas state government for KPR and its news partners?

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