Jonathan Ketz, KSN News Wichita

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Past articles by Jonathan:

Unleashed Pet Rescue to stop taking animals amid license fight

The Kansas Department of Agriculture says it has issued an emergency order to Unleashed Pet Rescue in Mission, Kansas, to stop taking animals. → Read More

Jackson County leader reacts to Clay County’s Royals stadium idea

The news that North Kansas City is being considered for a new Kansas City Royals stadium was a surprise to many, even Jackson County leaders. → Read More

Clay County among 5 finalists for new Kansas City Royals stadium site

Clay County leaders are making a play to get the Royals out of Jackson County. North Kansas City is one of five final sites the team is considering. → Read More

Former Missouri respiratory therapist charged with second patient’s murder

A former Chillicothe, Missouri, respiratory therapist named Jennifer Hall is charged with first-degree murder in a 2nd patient’s death in 2002. → Read More

Have Kansas police seen more marijuana arrests since Missouri legalization?

Multiple Kansas law enforcement agencies said they’ve seen no increase in tickets or arrests since recreational marijuana became legal in Missouri. → Read More

Missouri lawmakers push for mandatory 5-day school week

Independence School District Superintendent Dale Herl is concerned lawmakers may prevent his district from going to a four-day week in 2023-2024. → Read More

Jackson County legislator comes out against Royals stadium plan

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jackson County Legislator Jalen Anderson will start another term next week. With the Kansas City Royals planning a new ballpark downtown, he knows at some point he may have to vote on putting an extension of the 3/8th cent per dollar sales tax on a ballot before everyone else in the […] → Read More

Doctor gives advice for Chiefs fans going to Saturday’s game

Regardless, the cold temperatures are not going to stop fans from going to the game. → Read More

Lansing schools removes social justice unit from high school English classes

A mom at the center of a social justice unit being removed from her daughter’s Lansing High School class is now speaking out, claiming the move to challenge the material was her last resort. → Read More

Missouri top lawmaker reacts to Royals’ proposal for downtown stadium

Future State Senate President Pro Tem Caleb Rowden says he has not talked to any lawmakers or the Kansas City Royals about their push for a new stadium. → Read More

Advocates: Missouri has one of worst maternal mortality rates in US

Women across Missouri are pushing for lawmakers to approve a postpartum coverage extension for new moms on Medicaid. → Read More

Can downtown Kansas City handle traffic for new Royals stadium?

One downtown leader said he doesn’t think the traffic problems seen in St. Louis would be seen in Kansas City with a new Royals stadium. → Read More

What Kansas election results say about state’s voters, politics

When it comes to November election results in Kansas, it was a good night for the incumbent parties in each particular race. → Read More

After recreational pot passes, why a medical marijuana card still matters in Missouri

Missouri voters approved recreational marijuana on Tuesday, but some experts advise users to pursue a medical marijuana license. → Read More

Kansas amendment on legislative oversight too close to call

The dust has settled in nearly all of Tuesday’s races — except one in Kansas. The constitutional amendment dealing with legislative oversight is still very close. → Read More

Independent candidate Pyle’s entrance into Kansas governor’s race looms large

There’s concern from some that Independent Dennis Pyle’s presence could keep Republican Derek Schmidt from beating Democrat Laura Kelly. → Read More

Marijuana expert raises concerns about worker training in Missouri

One expert says Missouri had the right intention after voters approved medical marijuana, but training industry workers has gone by the wayside. → Read More

Kansas 3rd District one of the most competitive races in US: Congressman

Democrat Sharice Davids beat Republican Amanda Adkins in 2020, but Kansas 3rd District has drastically changed since then due to redistricting. → Read More

KSN News/Emerson poll shows slim margins in two Kansas races

Incumbent Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly has a 3% lead against Republican candidate Derek Schmidt. → Read More

New FOX4/Emerson poll has Schmitt retaining lead in Missouri Senate race

The latest FOX4/Emerson College/The Hill poll shows a double digit lead between Republican Senate candidate Eric Schmitt and Democrat Trudy Busch Valentine. → Read More