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Kansas executive order extends option to renew driver’s licenses online

Gov. Laura Kelly renews executive order allowing people under 65 to apply for driver's license renewals online.

Democrats see opportunity for Senate seat in Kansas GOP primary battle

National Republican and Democratic groups are pouring millions of dollars into the Kansas Republican Senate primary, an effort to influence the race before the...

New tool makes driver’s test prep accessible for Spanish-speaking Kansans

Spanish-speaking Kansans can practice for their driver's test in their first language by using a newly developed Alexa skill. The tool, released by the Kansas...

Judge dismisses Democrats’ voting lawsuit against SOS Scott Schwab

Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab says Democrats and the ACLU should stop filing frivolous elections lawsuits that waste taxpayer dollars.

New Kansas privacy law crimps contact tracing for COVID-19

TOPEKA — The Shawnee County Health Department took the extraordinary step of issuing a public health advisory July 7 warning travelers COVID-19 cases had...

Get in ‘good trouble’: John Lewis’ words ring out in Capitol...

WASHINGTON — The immortal words of the late civil rights leader John Lewis rang out from the U.S. Capitol on Monday during a private...

Gov. Laura Kelly sounds COVID-19 alarm — again — as number...

Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly warned Kansans on Monday indifference about wearing masks and social distancing may lead to new restrictions to battle COVID-19.

Gov. Laura Kelly urges railroads in Kansas to maintain two-person crews

The Kansas Department of Transportation, with Gov. Laura Kelly's blessing, calls for maintaining two-person crews in railroad locomotive engines.

New Kansas policy makes lung cancer screening free for at-risk patients

A new Kansas Department of Health and Environment policy makes lung cancer screenings available at little to no cost for Medicaid recipients at high...

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.

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