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Kansas attorney general files federal lawsuit to thwart proposed tribal casino

TOPEKA — Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma Chief Bill Friend expressed skepticism Monday a federal lawsuit filed by the Kansas attorney general on behalf of...

Kansas dials up plan to spend $60 million in COVID-19 aid...

Gov. Laura Kelly joins legislators to direct $60 million in COVID-19 aid to expand broadband to address telemedicine, education and business needs.

KDHE secretary warns of ‘lethal brew,’ yearns for mask mandate, says...

KDHE Secretary Lee Norman tells Kansas Reflector bars are red-hot vectors of COVID-19, Kansas needs mask mandate, too soon to open schools and universities.

Emergency paycheck loan program delivers $5 billion to 53,000 Kansas businesses

TOPEKA — Chevrolet dealer Jeff Longbine understood the economic damage to sales from the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential benefit of an emergency federal...

Trump moves to extend unemployment benefits, suspend payroll taxes after talks...

President Donald Trump on Saturday circumvented Congress and took action into his own hands, after weeks of unsuccessful negotiations over another coronavirus relief package...

Kansas State biosecurity researchers deliver tutorial to Gov. Laura Kelly on...

Kansas State University researchers explain to Gov. Laura Kelly research at Biosecurity Research Institute on COVID-19, other lethal pathogens.

Urban Outfitters plans $350M investment near Kansas Speedway

Urban Outfitters announced plans Wednesday to invest $350 million in a new, 880,00-square-foot distribution center to be built in Wyandotte County. The multinational retail company,...

House, Senate members dive into unemployment, broadband shortcomings

Kansas legislators explored shortcomings of the unemployment system derailed by COVID-19 and implications of investing $60 million in broadband expansion.

Kansas delegation beats drum for jobless aid, liability cloak, ‘sound’ tax...

Kansas congressional delegation anxious to push bills on unemployment benefit, business liability protection and tax reform for recording industry.

‘14,000 attempts’: Balky technology, expiring benefits worry workers, state leaders

Congress is continuing to squabble over whether to extend a federal supplement to unemployment insurance and, if they do, by how much. But as they...

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