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7 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
A Thursday deadline is approaching for Gov. Sam Brownback to make a decision on whether he will sign a bill increasing spending for Kansas public schools.
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15 hrs ago | Rock Hill Herald
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little and Kansas Board of Regents Chairman Fred Logan are also expected to attend the event Monday at the medical center.
Members of Great Bend's National Education Association still wait for answers from legislators they feel turned their back on them.
Radical-right GOP lawmakers embarrassed Kansas with pursuit of a "religious freedom" bill that would encourage discrimination against same-sex couples; an attempt to undo renewable energy standards key in wind and ethanol production; and creation of more tax breaks for the wealthy that penalize the poor.
Supporters of the oil and gas industry are urging a three-member, governor-appointed task force to avoid jumping to conclusions in its study of whether man-made activity is causing a rise in earthquakes across south-central Kansas.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has signed abortion legislation addressing legal issues raised in state and federal lawsuits filed by abortion providers.
Former Rep. Donald Dahl, R-Hillsboro, died Friday when a plane he was flying crashed near Hillsboro in Marion County, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on April 11 vetoed Senate Bill 99 to promote continued transparency in government.
The Kansas Supreme Court blasted the latest funding bill for the state court system passing into law.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will fly into Hays on Wednesday for the ceremonial signing of a new law designating two state fossils.
Departing U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is not considering running for the U.S. Senate, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Cheryl Miller and Pamella Jackson had planned to celebrate the end of the 1971 school year by gathering with classmates at a quarry along a gravel road.
If our fine Legislature wants Kansas to be like Texas, it should pack up and move.
Governor Sam Brownback speaks to faculty and staff members of Emporia State about the increased funding for higher education.
Why would a state who is host to one of the best teacher's colleges in the nation even consider creating a bill that strips teachers of their rights? It seems that our great and wise state of Kansas is in the news more often than not.
An interfaith service Thursday will honor victims of shootings at Jewish centers in Overland Park, Kan., on Sunday.