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Marshall advocates financial reform of Social Security; Bollier objects to benefit...

TOPEKA — There was no surprise Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roger Marshall was asked during a campaign stop at a southeast Kansas senior center...

This pandemic-survival message brought to you by a scrapper in Cottonwood...

Bryan Williams saw danger on the horizon back in February. Williams and his wife, Janice Keller-Williams, own Keller Feed and Wine Co. in downtown Cottonwood...

Public-private coalition financing $24 million KU bioscience, tech research expansion

LAWRENCE — Light shovel work and bipartisan speeches marked launch of a $24 million public and private partnership to significantly expand the bioscience and...

Kansas labor department digs out of help-line quagmire, reduces claim backlog

Kansas' labor secretary Ryan Wright juggling unemployment spike, applicant backlog, hotline staffing and fraud as COVID-19 stretches state agency.

Gov. Laura Kelly signals new wave of broadband development in Kansas

Gov. Laura Kelly is expanding role of the Kansas Department of Commerce in expanding delivery of broadband services in the state.

Restoring full $8 million for Kansas water programs harder than turning...

Revision of Kansas tax revenue estimates in November will offer clue as to whether State Water Plan budget cut can be reversed by Legislature, governor.

Bipartisan scorn for barbering board’s style of grading potential licensees

Kansas legislators are skeptical of the state barbering board's plan for weighing civil and criminal records to decide suitability for a barbering license.

Kansas Republicans’ campaign to stifle Gov. Laura Kelly tied to numbers...

An incentive for voters to take part in the November election is future of the GOP's narrow veto-proof majorities in the House and Senate.

Roberts, Moran seek two-year extension on use of COVID-19 aid

TOPEKA — U.S. Sens. Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts of Kansas introduced federal legislation Friday to extend by two years the time allotted for...

Kansas tax revenue surpasses first quarter estimate by $108 million

TOPEKA — The state of Kansas collected $108 million more in tax revenue than anticipated in the first quarter of the current fiscal year,...

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