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KU group seeks delay of in-person instruction, fraternities put parties on...

KU faculty, staff leaders ask for two-week delay in scheduled Monday start of in-person classes, while KU fraternities ban parties to deter COVID-19.

Kansas rights commission embracing broader definition of sex discrimination

Kansas Human Rights Commission is expanding its reach following federal court decision defining sex discrimination to include LGBTQ complaints.

U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran touts potential of new $356 million federal...

LEAVENWORTH — U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran joined the U.S. Bureau of Prisons director and the Leavenworth penitentiary warden Thursday to extol allocation of $356...

U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall describes Postal Service controversy as ‘so-called crisis’

U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall says "fearmongering" by Democrats, journalists give rise to fake crisis at U.S. Postal Service.

KDHE: Wider testing, quicker results ‘secret sauce’ to dealing with COVID-19...

KDHE secretary, Senate GOP leader agree Kansas needs to ramp up COVID-19 testing capacity, speed lab turnaround times.

Sen. Jerry Moran urges U.S. postmaster to work with Congress on...

U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran asks Postal Service to pause unilateral reforms and work with Congress on bipartisan bill to stabilize the agency.

Gov. Laura Kelly reimposes temporary statewide ban on foreclosures, evictions

TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly's frustration with inability of Congress to advance a new coronavirus relief package culminated Monday in signing of an executive...

White House COVID-19 czar calls for deeper Kansas commitment to prevention

White House's COVID-19 coordinator urges Kansas officials to urge wearing of masks, social distancing and to limit gatherings to thwart spread of virus.

GOP senators rip state health agency on COVID-19 contact tracing, question...

State Sens. Caryn Tyson and Gene Suellentrop take issue with KDHE's approach to contact tracing and death totals in COVID-19 pandemic.

Former Pizza Hut guru delivers sizzling rebuke, demands $63 million from...

Former Pizza Hut magnate Gene Bicknell is frustrated state of Kansas refuses to make court-ordered payment to him that stands at $63 million.

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