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Former Pizza Hut guru delivers sizzling rebuke, demands $63 million from...

Former Pizza Hut magnate Gene Bicknell is frustrated state of Kansas refuses to make court-ordered payment to him that stands at $63 million.

Before Kansas Senate snubbed Carl Folsom, he helped veteran beat faulty...

TOPEKA — Emporia authorities didn't view Brandon Flint's actions favorably when he walked out of a nightclub in 2008 and rescued his fiancee from...

Coronavirus draws Kansas farm bankruptcy, business stagnation into focus

Bipartisan Kansas legislative committee is sorting through COVID-19 economic problems to help speed business recovery.

Unfinished business: Recasting arts commission as engine of economic growth falling...

TOPEKA — Complexities of building a visitor center to celebrate scrap metal sculptures, whirligigs and signs fabricated by Mullinville's most curious resident help illustrate...

Inmate Arlan Kaufman, abuser of mentally ill Kansans, appeals denial of...

Mennonite church leaders and family members support compassionate release from prison of Arlan Kaufman, convicted of abusing mentally ill adults in Newton.

Kansas farmers find themselves increasingly isolated, in need amid pandemic

TOPEKA — Mark Pringle has seen the self-sufficient mindset of many Kansas farmers and their families challenged by COVID-19 as the virus disproportionately impacts...

Trump’s $400 per week jobless aid could be just $300. It...

WASHINGTON — Governors, lawmakers and state unemployment agencies on Monday wrestled with confusion created by President Donald Trump’s executive action extending unemployment benefits, and...

Kansas attorney general files federal lawsuit to thwart proposed tribal casino

TOPEKA — Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma Chief Bill Friend expressed skepticism Monday a federal lawsuit filed by the Kansas attorney general on behalf of...

Kansas dials up plan to spend $60 million in COVID-19 aid...

Gov. Laura Kelly joins legislators to direct $60 million in COVID-19 aid to expand broadband to address telemedicine, education and business needs.

KDHE secretary warns of ‘lethal brew,’ yearns for mask mandate, says...

KDHE Secretary Lee Norman tells Kansas Reflector bars are red-hot vectors of COVID-19, Kansas needs mask mandate, too soon to open schools and universities.

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