Where Kansas fits in the struggle for control of the U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON — Democrats have a shot at winning the White House, capturing the Senate majority and keeping their hold on the House — an...

Members of Kansas racial justice panel balk at Fraternal Order of Police stipulations

TOPEKA — Members of Gov. Laura Kelly’s Commission on Racial Equity and Justice are concerned about proposed limitations on an upcoming listening session with...

Tales from Lawrence’s Ladybird Diner can help save Kansas

Meg Heriford worries she’s never going to get an honest book review. Heriford is the owner of Lawrence’s beloved Ladybird Diner, which got Washington Post...

ACLU of Kansas files complaint for Ellis County election worker over lack of mask...

TOPEKA — The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas is seeking an investigation into the refusal of the Ellis County clerk and Kansas Secretary...
Gov. Laura Kelly and legislators on the State Finance Council agreed Thursday in a virtual meeting to increase spending on COVID-19 testing to $80 million and earmark an additional $15 million for testing depending on demand statewide. (Sherman Smith/Kansas Reflector)

Kelly, Kansas legislators earmark up to $95 million for COVID-19 testing

Kansas legislative leaders and Gov. Laura Kelly agree to spend $80 million on COVID-19 testing and to set aside another $15 million if demand spikes.
Shawnee County Sheriff's Office reports say a middle-of-the-night brawl sent to the hospital one of two women guests at the Topeka home of a Kansas lobbyist who declined to tell a deputy and detective investigating allegations of battery and prostitution how he knew the women. (Tim Carpenter/Kansas Reflector)

Prominent Kansas lobbyist’s house scene of mysterious late-night brawl between female guests

TOPEKA — The brawl between two women at a Topeka residence of Kansas political lobbyist Jim Gardner featured a near-naked combatant relying on tactical...

ACLU of Kansas wants Ellis County voters to know misprinted ballots will be counted

TOPEKA — The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas wants the Ellis County clerk to provide direction directly to voters who received misprinted ballots. Clerk...

Kansans must elect representatives who will oppose gerrymandering

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives...

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, legislators agree to work with counties on mask mandate

TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly said Wednesday she won't pursue a statewide mask mandate under the condition legislative leaders aid her in convincing Kansas...

KU chancellor: Collaboration, planning key to low campus COVID-19 positivity rate

TOPEKA — The leader of the University of Kansas credits collaboration between school administrators and local health authorities, in addition to a comprehensive return-to-school...

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