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As COVID-19 cases in Kansas rise, state is a step closer...

TOPEKA — Kansans may soon see widely expanded COVID-19 testing after a state task force Wednesday approved a plan for the distribution of millions...

Kansas bankers wary of COVID-19 surge in foreclosures, evictions in early...

Without a new federal COVID-19 stimulus package, Kansas bankers warn a state legislative committee of a possible surge in delinquent loans in early 2021.

Kansas GOP candidate Amanda Adkins repudiates FEC complaint as ‘frivolous’

A Kansas Democrat filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging GOP U.S. House candidate Amanda Adkins violated campaign rules and law.

Kansas draws privacy line to exclude some businesses from COVID-19 cluster...

TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly's administration has rejected an open records request by Kansas Reflector seeking the name and location of businesses connected to...

Kansas prepares to invest millions in aggressive expansion of COVID-19 testing

Gov. Laura Kelly's administration will move this week to earmark federal emergency funding to significantly expand COVID-19 testing statewide.

Bush administration ethics lawyer slams hiring of DeJoy as postmaster

WASHINGTON — A top ethics lawyer to President George W. Bush on Monday decried Louis DeJoy’s appointment to postmaster general and called for a...

Criminal Justice Reform Commission explores high costs of incarceration in Kansas

TOPEKA — A Kansas commission is teaming with a national justice initiative to rethink how and where state taxpayer dollars are being spent in...

Michelle De La Isla: U.S. House candidate pledges liberty, justice for...

Topeka Mayor Michelle De La Isla, Democratic nomine for U.S. House in the 2nd District, wants Kansans to have an honest conversation about race.

Judge grants Sen. Julia Lynn’s request to be removed from November...

Sen. Julia Lynn's appeal to be dropped from the November ballot was affirmed by a judge after her request was rejected by the secretary of state.

Kansas flags fly at half-staff to honor victims of 9/11 terrorist...

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order directs flags be flown Friday at half-staff to honor those killed and injured in terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001.

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