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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.
Time is running out for Congress to extend a tax credit that the wind-energy industry says is vital to its future.
Kansas is assembling an economic incentive package geared at landing a new Boeing contract to build the aviation giant's 777X commercial aircraft.
Pro-life groups, which are eager to end research that destroys human embryos, are taking heart that funding decisions in two of the nation's most socially liberal states are going their way.
The privatization of long-term care of Kansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities launches in less than a month and is getting national attention.
"Morning Joe" started off with a bang on Tuesday by revealing a picture that had even co-host Mika Brzezinski terrified.
Gov. Sam Brownback and Secretary of Labor Lana Gordon will join two rabbis and two soldiers Wednesday in celebrating Hanukkah with a menorah-lighting ceremony at the Statehouse.
While most of us are wondering what we'll get for Christmas -- and making discreet suggestions of what would be nice -- many Kansas politicians aren't as discreet about what they want.
A council advising Gov. Sam Brownback on the Kansas economy is meeting this week to discuss the importance of housing to economic growth.
Prominent Republicans from both sides of the state line have signed up to boost Kansas City’s chances of landing the 2016 Republican National Convention, the committee overseeing the effort announced Monday.
Texas governor Rick Perry is scheduled to headline the opening night of the Kansas Republican Party's 2014 convention, set for Jan. 24-25 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Wichita.
Jeanny Sharp's Nov. 21 Herald editorial, "Why might Democrats win the Sunflower State in 2014?" was well-written and researched.
Finn Bullers, the Prairie Village muscular dystrophy patient whose fight to keep round-the-clock in-home assistance under Kansas's new KanCare program has attracted regional attention , has extended an unorthodox invitation in his quest to draw attention to his case.