Posts by Kaylie McLaughlin:

Johnson County teachers, childcare providers next in line for COVID-19 vaccines

Kansas moves to Phase 2 of vaccine plan — what that means for Johnson County

Weekly COVID-19 Update: Local officials warn it’s only a matter of time before virus mutations appear here

Johnson County ‘begging’ state for more COVID-19 vaccine as Phase 1 rollout continues

‘Long haul’ sufferers of COVID-19 can access new KU clinic near JoCo

Weekly COVID-19 Update: Vaccinations in JoCo pick up pace, but so do new cases, hospitalizations

Deaths in Johnson County from COVID-19 surpass 100

Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead will not open in 2020 due to ongoing pandemic

Johnson County health officials still don’t know what percent of positive COVID-19 cases are asymptomatic

Moderate Republican incumbents fall to conservative opponents in state legislature primaries

Students, parents call for face-to-face classes at K-12 schools in demonstration at De Soto High School

JoCo health officials say safe in-person learning won’t be possible without improvements in COVID-19 situation

Here’s a guide to where you can get free or inexpensive masks in your community

JoCo health department releases school ‘gating criteria’ with different standards for elementary, secondary buildings

Leawood Rotary Club plans for annual Labor Day 5K fundraiser with some pandemic provisions