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Gov. Laura Kelly, Invenergy outline economic jolt of electric transmission project

Gov. Laura Kelly, Lt. Gov. Lynn Rogers tout potential of Invenergy's plan for transmission line to carry Kansas wind power to the east.

KU, Haskell and K-State to collaborate on $6 million intermittent stream...

KSU, Haskell and KU in Kansas will collaborate on $6 million, four-year NSF research project on water-quality issues of intermittent streams.

Biden says he’ll support election outcome, but Trump urges supporters to...

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pledged Tuesday night to accept the outcome of the election, while President Donald Trump urged his supporters to “watch...

This pandemic-survival message brought to you by Pittsburg’s not-toast Toast

Heather Horton has a few pandemic messages for her fellow Kansans. “Don’t give up. Take each day as it comes,” she says, which is good...

Kansas long-term care advocates view public COVID-19 report as ‘life-or-death’ guide

Kansas advocates for the elderly and disabled in long-term care facilities praise KDHE reporting on clusters, but would welcome more data.

Trump picks Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court, and D.C. girds...

President Donald Trump at the White House on Saturday introduced federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee, setting off...

GOP legislators irritated by dominance of urban lawmakers on State Finance...

Rural Kansas legislators are objecting to dominance of a House, Senate leadership council by lawmakers from urban counties.

Pandemic puts nearly $100 million squeeze on Kansas casino, lottery revenue

COVID-19 forced closure of Kansas' four casinos and weakened lottery ticket sales, lowering revenue by early $100 million in fiscal year ending June 30.

KDHE shifting gears on public report of site-specific COVID-19 clusters in...

KDHE is altering metrics used to place COVID-19 outbreaks on a weekly list of site-specific clusters in Kansas.

Legislative committee endorses sale of historic Topeka building for $535,000

Sale of the Woman's Club of Topeka building for $535,000 to a group planning to renovate the historic structure is another step closer to reality.

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