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Where Kansas fits in the struggle for control of the U.S....

WASHINGTON — Democrats have a shot at winning the White House, capturing the Senate majority and keeping their hold on the House — an...

Marshall advocates financial reform of Social Security; Bollier objects to benefit...

TOPEKA — There was no surprise Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roger Marshall was asked during a campaign stop at a southeast Kansas senior center...

Kansas health organizations seek reversal of decline in child vaccination

A trio of Kansas health organizations are concerned with reduction in child immunizations and wellness visits to clinics amid COVID-19.

Kansas state Rep. Leonard Mastroni dies after lengthy illness

TOPEKA — Republican state Rep. Leonard Mastroni, a former district court judge and county commissioner, died on Wednesday, officials said. Mastroni, 71, of La Crosse,...

Trump tells far-right group to ‘stand back and stand by’ in...

President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden in Tuesday night’s chaotic and messy presidential debate were each asked how they would deal with...

Kansas Senate panel backs appointment of new healing arts board director

Kansas Senate committee votes to remove interim tag from executive director of the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, which monitors 31,000 health professionals.

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.

Kansas Board of Regents to seek restoration of $35 million cut...

The Kansas Board of Regents will ask lawmakers to restore $35 million cut from state aid to universities despite a looming budget crisis.

Former HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius: ‘God help us’ with vaccine rollout

Former HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius has reservations about Trump administration's ability to deliver COVID-19 vaccine to the nation.

Kansas State Fair outlines $2.3 million revenue shortfall, requests budget bailout

TOPEKA — Cancelling commercial aspects of the Kansas State Fair compelled the organization to halt building renovations, impose staffing cuts and set in motion...

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