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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly's office says she plans to return Friday to the Statehouse after learning that a COVID-19 test earlier in the week gave her a false positive result. Kelly has been working in … more
Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly and the Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature are headed toward big fights over budget issues. They are likely to clash over spending on special education programs, pay … more
The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) announced this week that it was awarded $780,776 through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program in 2022, which will go towards funding 15 projects across the state.   more
TikTok will be banned from all Mississippi-issued government devices and the state’s network. Gov. Tate Reeves announced the ban Wednesday in a letter to department and agency heads. Reeves says he … more
Kansas’ anti-abortion Republican attorney general is asking the state’s highest court to reconsider a landmark decision protecting access to abortion months after a decisive statewide vote … more
Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: Jan. 7 The Washington Post on House Clerk Cheryl Johnson's role during the recent Speaker chaos The person who deserves a … more
In one of his last acts as state attorney general, Derek Schmidt on Friday released the Kansas Bureau of Investigation’s final report on allegations of child sexual abuse by members of the Catholic clergy in Kansas.  more
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has been forced to postpone her annual State of the State address after testing positive for COVID-19. Kelly’s office announced Tuesday that she had tested positive. The … more
Conservative Kansas legislators are pushing back more aggressively this year on LGBTQ-rights issues than in the past two years. They now propose to ban gender-affirming care for trangender youth and … more
Topeka Capital-Journal. January 8, 2023. Editorial: Here’s our wish list for 2023 Kansas Legislature, starting with ‘will of the people’ The 2023 legislative session starts Monday. … more
TOPEKA, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 10, 2023--Security Benefit Life Insurance Company (Security Benefit) today announced key enhancements to its Strategic Growth Series of Annuities, including the … more
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that it has reached an agreement with a pipeline operator to clean up a spill that dumped 14,000 bathtubs’ worth of crude oil into a rural … more
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeals of two brothers who were sentenced to death for four fatal shootings in a soccer field in December 2000 known as “the Wichita massacre.” … more
Democrat Laura Kelly is preparing to be sworn in for a second term as Kansas governor. She is facing a skeptical, Republican-led Legislature and a new, hard-right state attorney general. Kelly and … more
One person died and two people are injured after an SUV being pursued by police crashed into another vehicle early Sunday. Police said the crash happened around 2 a.m. Sunday after officers from … more
In several red states around the country, conservative officials say it's time to reconsider tenure for university professors. The indefinite academic appointments have faced review from lawmakers or … more
State investigators are probing what they're calling a homicide at the Lansing Correctional Facility. Kansas Bureau of Investigation officials said in a news release Saturday that the facility … more
Kansas’ recently reelected Democratic governor and Republican lawmakers are headed for a clash over how their financially flush state should cut taxes as the Legislature prepares to open its annual … more
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says a lengthy investigation into sexual abuse by Catholic priests in the state has not led to any charges. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt released the KBI's … more
Kansas water experts are warning that farmers and ranchers in the state's western half must stop pumping more water out of a vast aquifer than nature puts back each year or risk an economic collapse … more
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