Kris Kobach not banking on Trump endorsement in U.S. Senate race

U.S. Senate candidate Kris Kobach says he can't count on a last-minute endorsement from President Trump to carry him to victory in the GOP primary.

Senate Republicans pursue pay cut for jobless, adjourn without action

WASHINGTON — Democratic leaders slammed Republicans on Friday for leaving in the lurch millions of jobless Americans who are relying on enhanced unemployment benefits...

Kansas attorneys, students anxious about taking bar exam during pandemic

Law school graduates and practicing attorneys raise questions about propriety of hosting a bar exam for more than 100 people at the University of Kansas.

Conflict persists about Gov. Laura Kelly’s power to impose school health...

House Minority Leader Dan Hawkins says Gov. Laura Kelly is wrong to believe county commissions can't block her order for all in K-12 schools wear a mask.

Medical experts dispute claims by Kansas Board of Education member

TOPEKA — Kansas State Board of Education member Michelle Dombrosky confronted health secretary Lee Norman during Wednesday's meeting to ask why his advice —...

Norton inmate tests positive for COVID-19

Kansas Department of Corrections secretary Jeff Zmuda on Thursday said an inmate at the state-run prison in Norton had tested positive for COVID-19, bringing...

KU anticipates $120M revenue shortfall, $30M in direct COVID-19 expenses

University of Kansas says COVID-19 will cause a $120 million revenue shortfall this fiscal year and trigger $30 million in health and safety expenditures.

Victims: 15 years in prison not enough for architect of Kaufman House terror

Victims of former Kansas social worker Arlan Kaufman's abuse of mentally ill adults persuaded a judge to deny him early release from prison.

Wastewater testing by KU, KDHE offers advance warning of COVID-19 surge

A project involving KU and KDHE shows promise in tracking genetic evidence of COVID-19 in wastewater and offer an early warning to a community.

Kansas Board of Education blocks Gov. Laura Kelly’s plan to delay...

The Kansas State Board of Education on Wednesday rejected Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order to delay the start of public and private school instruction...

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