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Issuing $500 million in new bonds for KPERS: Savvy investment or...

Kansas Senate moves ahead with bill allowing issuance of $500 million in bonds to benefit KPERS, while House ready with $1 billion bond plan.

A Kansas bill would expand a rural workforce recruitment tool, address...

TOPEKA — A bill before Kansas legislators Wednesday would extend and revamp a state program providing financial incentives to those moving to rural areas...

Kansas legislative session by the numbers: House passes 124 bills, Senate...

House and Senate gets breather after tallying 212 bills and pushing through abortion amendment and city utility aid program.

$100 million low-interest loan program applications now open for cities facing...

TOPEKA — Cities facing high utility bills due to the extreme cold last month can now apply for their share of $100 million in...

Small town Kansas takes on big problem of deafening railroad engine...

Mike Mackay and Robin Macy are closing in on a challenge, expensive project to transform Belle Plaine into a "quiet zone" for railroad traffic.

Obscure history of Black lynchings in Kansas inspires activism against modern-day...

Activists say the history of Black lynching in Kansas serves as a point of departure for consideration of modern forms of racial injustice.

Congress close to emergency relief deal with direct payments, added unemployment...

WASHINGTON — A coronavirus relief deal appeared within reach late Wednesday following months of stalemate in Congress, potentially providing much-needed help to Americans facing...

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Texas suit that tried to overturn election...

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Friday turned aside a Texas lawsuit that sought to derail the presidential election results from four battleground states,...

Two former KHP majors file lawsuit, claim dismissals echo warning not...

Two former Kansas Highway Patrol majors file federal lawsuit claiming wrongful termination and alleging sexual harassment of female employees.

Kansas’ unemployment rate dips to 5.3% in October, down from April...

Good news in Kansas unemployment report for October: Jobless rate falls to 5.3% to continue a sixth-month trend during COVID-19 pandemic.

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