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Kansas legislators say training is first step in addressing high rates...

TOPEKA — While the world faces a global health crisis, advocates say, Indigenous people are facing an epidemic of their own with American Indians...

Federal prosecutor, former senator support governor’s do-over for Kansas appeals court...

TOPEKA — A federal prosecutor appointed by President Donald Trump, a conservative former state senator, a retired district court judge and hundreds of Kansas...

President Biden urges a divided nation to ‘end this uncivil war’...

WASHINGTON — Calling on Americans to bridge the widening divisions in the country, Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States on...

Kansas Board of Regents endorse policy to speed university staff, tenured...

The Kansas Board of Regents will consider a 1-year policy making it easier to dismiss employees, including tenured faculty, amid a budget crisis.

Brownback closes book on ambassadorship of international religious freedom

TOPEKA — Former Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback's service as U.S. ambassador at large of international religious freedom ends Wednesday with close to the administration...

Here’s what Biden plans to do on his first day as...

WASHINGTON — Joe Biden early Wednesday unveiled the list of executive orders, memos and directives he will make when he assumes the presidency later...

Republicans question Kansas health secretary over rollout of COVID-19 vaccines

TOPEKA — Republican lawmakers seized the opportunity Tuesday to direct frustrations at Kansas health secretary Lee Norman over his agency's rollout of the COVID-19...

GOP senators reject attempt to place Kansas abortion amendment on November...

TOPEKA — Republican legislators on the Senate Judiciary Committee rejected Tuesday a proposal to move the constitutional amendment on abortion to an earlier election...

Audubon of Kansas files lawsuit to secure water for wildlife refuge

TOPEKA — Audubon of Kansas has filed a lawsuit against federal and state authorities for failing to protect water rights for the Quivira National...

Kansas Chamber offers state lawmakers smorgasbord of pro-business reform goodies

TOPEKA — The Kansas Chamber is convinced the COVID-19 pandemic requires the state to pause all tax audits, make federal disaster loans tax free,...

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