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58 min ago | Hays Daily News
Two days of hearings in Kansas by a national health care oversight panel raised questions about the implementation of the state's KanCare system and the impact on Medicaid services.
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58 min ago | Cybercast News Service
Their lawsuit against the EAC is scheduled to be heard next week in U.S. District Court in Wichita.
3 hrs ago | Hays Daily News
Now, Virgil Jeardoe not only raises Vizsla and German short-hair hunting dogs, but he spends a lot of quality time with them several days a week at his "second job."
7 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Standing near boxes of 20 tons of butter and cheese just donated to the Kansas Food Bank on Friday morning, Rep. Mike Pompeo of Wichita said he was glad the food was coming in, and glad it was coming "to a place that understands the complexity of the hunger problem in Kansas."
8 hrs ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
When asked about a cause for the outage, a Westar representative tweeted this response: "...No word yet on cause but I'll pass along information as I get it."
8 hrs ago | Prairire Village Post
Wesley , Harvey and Marvin Becker were all serving on the USS Arizona when this picture was taken Thanksgiving Day, 1941.
9 hrs ago | Hays Daily News
A proposal for strengthening the "Hard 50" murder sentencing law in Kansas is likely to be considered next year by legislators, with a top Senate leader promising Thursday that he'll push for the measure's passage.
10 hrs ago | Business Journal
Crews are ready to begin the process of dismantling the tallest free-standing tower crane in North America, which has been used in the stone restoration of the Kansas Statehouse in Topeka for the past three years.
11 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
The Joplin Globe reports it will be the second time in four years that the school has hosted a Baja SAE-Kansas competition.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today filed a motion indicating he will seek a "Hard 50" prison sentence in the prosecution of William Andrew Shank, 25, Garden City.
The federal government's decision to phase out subsidized insurance in special flood hazard areas will increase costs for 168 property owners in Douglas County.
State Rep. Blaine Finch, R-Ottawa, quoted that passage from the Bible to illustrate his desire to see the judicial and legislative branches work together to find common ground on the state's embattled school finance formula.
For much of the last year, the Kansas Lottery, which oversees gambling and owns the state's three casinos, has been led by two interim executive directors rather than a full-time director, a fact not made public until last week when a new candidate for the job was announced.
The Sunflower Cycling News is a periodic publication of Kansas Cyclist , featuring a compendium of hand-picked bicycling-related news items from Kansas and neighboring states.
Northwest Kansas dairy farmer Ken McCarty is working on a $50 million business expansion to double the operation's milking herd to 14,000 cows and create 75 jobs within three years.
Rich Kessler lights one of eight candles on a large menorah Wednesday evening at the Statehouse during a Hanukkah celebration with Gov. Sam Brownback.
Shell Oil Co. might not be drilling in Kansas anymore, but the company is still supporting programs in the state.