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Crews from the Kansas Geological Survey, based at the University of Kansas, will be in the western part of the state in early January measuring groundwater levels.
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A federal judge in Kansas has revoked the bond of a Canadian man charged with stealing the identity of his infant brother who died decades ago.
If Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach could claim a minor triumph in federal court Friday, there is nothing to celebrate about Kobach's law requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote and the absurd roadblock it's creating for thousands of would-be voters in Kansas.
Like a general loaded with medals in a ticker tape parade, the Broadway play August: Osage County arrives on the screen with credentials convincing enough to impress even the most jaded skeptic: a Pulitzer Prize, a script adapted from his own play by the celebrated Tracy Letts and a high-octane cast of award-winning actors most filmmakers only ... (more)
Gov. Sam Brownback said Monday that a five-year, $80 million plan he expects to propose next month would allow all kindergarten students in Kansas public schools to attend full-day programs with the state picking up the bill.
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Two men will stand trial for first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the death of a 27-year-old Salina woman.
Office manager Dennis Gatewood says about a dozen of the plant's 15 employees will lose their jobs.
The threat of domestic terrorism became uncomfortably real for south-central Kansas on Friday, with the announcement about a foiled suicide bombing that morning at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport.
Even before Friday's school shooting in Colorado, lawmakers in Missouri and lawmen in Kansas were among those offering new ways to try to keep students safe.
Congressman Tim Huelskamp is challenging a statement by a fellow Kansan in the U.S. House that funding for a new bioscience lab is secure under a new budget agreement.
The railroad industry brags in its national publicity campaign that it spends billions of dollars improving its infrastructure "so taxpayers don't have to."
The Kansas Renewable Portfolio Standard, a rule requiring major utility companies to have the capacity to generate a growing percentage of their energy through a renewable source, has helped to drive growth in the wind energy business, supporters say.
Power has been restored to parts of three south-central Kansas counties where the lights went out when a power line fell on a row of hay bales, causing a brief fire.
Terry Lee Loewen was just a laid-back, warmhearted avionics technician-or so his family thought.
These historical items are derived from Hutchinson News articles published in December during the years listed below.