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2 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
In move that should gladden the heart of anyone who's ever built a website that didn't work, Time has named Kathleen Sebelius as one of the 10 finalists for the magazine's Person of the Year award.
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6 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
Tiny Strong City, Kan., population 485, is home to a couple of farm stores, a grocery, a saloon and a restaurant that’s been written up in the New York Times and Saveur .
7 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
Kansas officials on Monday announced the extension of hours into the early evening at driver’s license offices in Johnson County.
7 hrs ago | Star Tribune
REVIEW: Andrew Lloyd Webber's adaptation of the Judy Garland film sweeps a viewer into its mysterious world like the tornado that spirits Dorothy from Kansas to Oz.
10 hrs ago | KHGI
A southeast Kansas school superintendent says he was shocked to learn Gov. Sam Brownback was going to use welfare funds for a program aimed at raising fourth-grade reading scores.
15 hrs ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
The state's overall rate in 2012 was 6.3 infant deaths per 1,000 live births. That's above the national rate of 5.9 out of 1,000 live births.
17 hrs ago | Free Republic
The campaigns of U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts and the Kansas Republican's primary challenger are sparring publicly over ethics issues, increasing the acrimony in their already contentious race.
The changes playing out through KanCare came under fire last week in hearings before members of the National Council on Disability.
Visit a local safety net clinic for in-person help to apply, call 800-792-4884 or visit www.kancare.ks.gov/apply.htm "I couldn't come home to a house with a nursery and no baby," said Amanda Schaefer, a sixth-grade teacher at Emporia Middle School who found out when she was 25 weeks' pregnant that her son, Waylon, had a congenital abnormality that ... (more)
One fatality and several injury and non-injury accidents Sunday morning and afternoon in northeast Kansas - including several rollovers - left first responders busy in the snowy and icy road conditions.
This past summer, the old urge to travel stirred once more. Again, I needed the wide-open spaces of the West.
Noted local artist, Louise Brock Hamilton, passed away on Dec. 5. She was born in Great Bend on April 25, 1932, to George and Ella Jane Heim of Ellinwood.
It grieves me to side with the coward, U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, to suggest that it may be time for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to step aside.
Rylee Robinson, 13, watches as Staff Sgt. Matthew R. Crawford on Saturday receives the Kansas National Guard Distinguished Service Medal for his efforts in helping save her life after she was severely injured in a car-bicycle accident in May in the 5200 block of S.W. Topeka Boulevard.
Kelci and Kevin Burkey talk about their son, Maxton, who died from SIDS when he was about two months old.
Attorneys will go before the Kansas Supreme Court next week to argue cases related to the state's "Hard 50" prison sentence and whether changes made to the law by legislators in September can be applied retroactively.
Two wrecks in different regions of Kansas killed two out-of-state motorists Saturday morning, according to Kansas Highway Patrol reports.