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Bipartisan group of 60-plus Kansas legislators issue ‘call to action’ against...

Bipartisan group of 60 Kansas legislators sign call-to-action letter urging people to work harder to counter spread of COVID-19.

Kansas insurance commissioner Schmidt files for re-election in 2022

Republican Vicki Schmidt, Kansas' insurance commissioner, files for re-election to regulatory post — nearly two years before next election.

Kansas tax revenue narrowly tops November target, governor seeks new federal...

Gov. Kelly urges Congress to adopt emergency aid package for state and local governments, despite November uptick in Kansas tax revenue.

Supreme Court tackles 15-year feud on flawed installation of glass panels...

Supreme Court referees 15-year contest between companies involved in unsafe installation of glass facade on KU's Memorial Stadium press box.

Manhattan couple face eviction through loophole in federal, state moratoriums

MANHATTAN — Alice McGaughey-Nondorf and Gary LaBarge live in back-to-back one-bedroom apartments, where they were riding out the COVID-19 pandemic in relative peace. Then, on...

Kansas Chamber, hospitals make plea for voluntary mask use

TOPEKA — Groups representing Kansas businesses and health care providers launched a campaign Monday to convince Kansans to adhere to public health guidelines and...

GOP legislators: Kansans choosing jobless benefits cheat system, guilty of ‘complacency’

TOPEKA — The pandemic's building strength in Kansas exacerbates the threat to public health and further diminishes the survivability of businesses and the availability...

Gov. Laura Kelly pitches flexibility, necessity of mask mandate to Kansas...

TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday promoted the flexibility of her new statewide mask mandate in allowing county officials to best address the...

Gov. Kelly strikes COVID-19 deal with GOP legislators: Here’s what you...

Kansas governor and legislative leaders unite behind plan shifting $38 million in COVID-19 disaster aid and to bolster state's dwindling unemployment fund.

Kansas’ unemployment rate dips to 5.3% in October, down from April...

Good news in Kansas unemployment report for October: Jobless rate falls to 5.3% to continue a sixth-month trend during COVID-19 pandemic.

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