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21 min ago | The Kansas City Star
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt made it emphatically clear to Republican lawmakers Monday that they must act to fix inequities in school funding before July 1 - or a district court could take action for them.
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1 hr ago | The Fresno Bee
Shawnee County District Judge Franklin Theis ruled that State Board of Healing Arts failed to show that mental health exams provided by Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus in 2003 were inadequate.
1 hr ago | The Beaumont Enterprise
In this photo from June 22, 2012, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, center, sits between two of her attorneys, Kelly Kauffman, left, and Bob Eye, as the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts decides to revoke her medical license, in Topeka, Kan.
1 hr ago | ABC News
A Kansas judge has overturned the state medical board's revocation of a doctor's license over her referrals of young patients for late-term abortions.
4 hrs ago | Rock Chalk Talk
While the 3rd stage of the 2013-2014 season is set to begin and we all hope Kansas puts together a deep run, 2014-2015 will be here soon and Kansas hosted a pretty big name just last week on senior night.
8 hrs ago | CSRwire.com
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13 hrs ago | KHGI
Tenawa Gas Processing of Houston says it will start construction on the plant near Haven this month.
Cassandra Foster tended to her daughters Sophia, left, and Isabella the family's home in Olathe.
The Kansas Supreme Court has settled some immediate issues over public school funding, but it left for another day the biggest issue - how much more money, if any, legislators must spend on education.
An artist's rendering shows what the new Community HealthCare System hospital in Onaga would look like.
After becoming international sensations two weeks ago when the judges ran out of words, Kush and Sophia Hoffman met again Saturday for a chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
A few years ago, one farmer had to re-plant 40 acres of corn after wild pigs ate the seed.
When Senate Majority Leader Terry Bruce, R-Hutchinson, said a bill allowing businesses to refuse service to gay couples wouldn't go forward until it passed muster with the state's LGBT community, it sounded like a major philosophical shift within the solidly Republican Kansas Legislature.
More than two decades after a cookbook was checked out of a Kansas library, it's just now been returned.
Plaintiffs and interested third parties articulated different interpretations of Friday's school finance ruling, with some saying it is a call for more K-12 funds and conservative groups saying there is no rush.
Several hundred Democratic officials and activists gathered in Topeka for their biggest annual statewide meeting, Washington Days.
Snow chances will increase for south-central Kansas by late morning and continue into the early afternoon hours.