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U.S. Sen. Moran on mission to make certain Kansas vets get...

U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran and VA officials estimate 70% of veterans in the Kansas region can be vaccinated for COVID-19 by summer.

Kansas Senate bill forces all K-12 students back to in-school instruction...

Two major Kansas public education organizations wary of forcing K-12 students back to in-person instruction by March 26 during a pandemic.

Lawrence activists not happy with D.A.’s inaction after campaigning on murder...

TOPEKA — The new Douglas County district attorney is under fire by local activists who say she campaigned on the pain of a man...

Coalition of 17 state treasurers calls for $350 billion in federal...

Seventeen state treasurers appeal to Congress for $350 billion in direct aid to cities and states struggling with revenue shortfalls in the pandemic.

Kansas House proposes state university tuition rebates for online courses, skipped...

Kansas House committee wants state universities to give 100% tuition refund for online classes and 50% refund for every day cut from calendar during pandemic.

Kansas legislators take second crack at bill banning psychological evaluations for...

TOPEKA — Sexual assault and crime victim advocates are pushing Kansas lawmakers to strike an “archaic” and “misogynistic” law allowing the ordering of psychiatric...

‘Outside the box’ criminal justice bill seeks release of some nonviolent...

TOPEKA — A bill recommended by the Kansas Sentencing Commission would offer an avenue for certain nonviolent drug offenders to seek release from prison,...

KDHE confirms 2nd case of UK variant of COVID-19 in Kansas

KDHE confirms Kansas' second laboratory-confirmed case of UK variant of COVID-19 afflicting a resident of Sedgwick County.

House committee considers ways to limit Kansas governor’s authority in elections,...

TOPEKA — A Kansas bill advanced favorably by the House committee overseeing elections aims to limit the authority of the governor to alter election...

CDC issues detailed strategy for safely reopening K-12 schools

WASHINGTON — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday released updated guidance to provide educators a science-based plan for reopening K-12 schools. The...

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