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Authorities say a suspect in a Kansas bank robbery died Friday after a shootout with troopers in neighboring Oklahoma. The suspect in the Wellington, Kansas, bank heist fled south on Interstate 35 … more
Child care regulations would be lowered in Kansas under a bill that has won Senate approval and created a debate over how best to address a shortage of day care spots without compromising safety. The … more
The Nebraska Legislature has advanced a contentious bill that would ban gender-affirming care for minors, despite threats from several lawmakers that they would filibuster the rest of the session. … more
A Kansas proposal based on the disputed idea that providers leave newborns to die after unsuccessful abortions is nearing legislative approval. The push for the legislation comes as Republicans … more
Two people arrested over the weekend in Michigan have been charged with killing a Kansas couple while stealing their car. Online court records show that 33-year-old Steven Pierce was charged Tuesday … more
Authorities say a Fort Riley guard has shot and wounded a motorist after an altercation at a gate at the Kansas Army base. The base said in a news release that the motorist’s injuries weren’t … more
The United States is full of historical and artistic treasures. Each state boasts its own unique cultural identity. New research reveals America's top ten most culturally rich states, based on the … more
Kansas City Star. March 16, 2023. Editorial: Kansas ‘school choice’ plan is a money transfer from rural taxpayers to urban families The Kansas House of Representatives wants to give your … more
BELTON, Mo. - March 19, 2023 - ( Newswire.com )After years of seeking out these obscure and rare items of historical significance, an area collector is now selling them in this Pieces of History … more
Military officials say a Kansas man who died in Germany during World War II has been identified and his remains will be returned to his native state for burial. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency … more
On Friday, Governor Laura Kelly announced Kansas is receiving a $1 million, one-year federal planning grant to support the transition of Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) to become Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) capable of treating mental health and substance abuse crises through integrated physical-behavioral care. more
The Kansas Court of Appeals has reinstated a lawsuit challenging a law that opponents say restricts voters' rights. The ruling on Friday sends the lawsuit back to Shawnee County District Court. … more
A Kansas bill banning transgender athletes in girls’ and women’s sports has been vetoed for the third year in a row. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's third veto sets up a hotly contested fight in … more
On Thursday, Governor Laura Kelly was joined by Kansas legislative leaders of both parties – Senate President Ty Masterson, Speaker of the House Dan Hawkins, Senate Minority Leader Dinah Sykes, and House Minority Leader Vic Miller – in signing a letter that calls on Congress to increase federal funding for special education services. more
Kansas legislators aren’t likely to legalize marijuana for medical uses this year. A Senate committee on Thursday tabled a bill that would allow a doctor to sign off on a patient using marijuana … more
- Revenue increased 16% to $20.5 million for the third quarter resulting in quarterly earnings of three cents per share -OLATHE, Kan., March 16, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Butler National Corporation … more
Republican lawmakers pushing to prevent Kansas from investing its funds using socially and environmentally conscious principles disagree about imposing rules for investment managers handling private … more
Conservative Republicans in Kansas hoping to earmark state education dollars for helping parents pay for private schooling are struggling to win over enough rural and moderate GOP colleagues to get a … more
State lawmakers worry that southern Kansas is vulnerable to oil spills from the Keystone pipeline system because earthquakes have become more frequent there. They raised the concern Tuesday as they … more
Kansas City Star. March 11, 2023. Editorial: Changing the clock for daylight saving time is an idea that belongs in the past What does daylight saving time really save? Not aggravation or … more
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