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Kansas launches first statewide housing study in 27 years

Shortage of affordable, quality housing in Kansas inhibits economic growth and will be comprehensively studied for the first time in nearly 30 years.

Kansas nurse sees promise in Poor People’s Campaign meeting with Biden...

TOPEKA — Poverty in Kansas might look different from how it appears in other states, according to Mary Jane Shanklin, a member of National Nurses...

Gov. Kelly gears up for challenging re-election campaign in 2022: ‘I’m...

Democrat Laura Kelly is seeking re-election as Kansas governor in 2022, but awaits a GOP field likely to feature GOP Attorney General Derek Schmidt.

Kelly: Spread of COVID-19 under control in Kansas for the first...

TOPEKA — Implementation of the state’s unified strategy has led to control over the spread of COVID-19 for the first time since the stay-at-home...

Former CEO of foster care provider defends travel charges, Cubs tickets

TOPEKA — The former CEO of Saint Francis Ministries says he charged thousands of dollars to the organization's credit cards because of the job's...

Kansas labor department deputy director named agency’s acting secretary

Gov. Laura Kelly appoints new acting secretary at the state Department of Labor, selecting an agency attorney for the post.

Kansas delegation discovers bipartisan spirit to help pass $900 billion COVID-19...

Five Republicans and lone Democrat in Kansas congressional delegation vote to send $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill to President Trump.

AG Schmidt wades into Trump election feud, COVID-19 mandates in Kansas,...

Kansas AG Derek Schmidt shares insight into Texas lawsuit on Trump election claims, dealing with COVID-19 boundaries and diversity of his job.

Monarch butterflies qualify for endangered list, but officials may not take...

TOPEKA — Federal officials have declared the monarch butterfly “a candidate” for endangered status but punted on taking any action for several years, despite...

Sen. Tyson petitions President Trump for pardon of two Kansans caught...

A GOP state senator seeks a President Trump pardon for two Kansans convicted of felony crimes for selling and buying a firearm silencer.

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