Biologists and aquatic species experts will be checking more than a dozen lakes and reservoirs across Kansas this month. They’ll be taking water samples to monitor the growth and spread of zebra mussels, an invasive clam that is starting to turn up in new places. KMUW’s Deborah Shaar takes us through the monitoring process with a team at Wellington Lake in south-central Kansas.
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The Wichita City Council is a step closer to creating a community improvement district near the intersection of Kellogg and Ridge, near Wichita's Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport.