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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.

COVID-19 puts extraordinary spin on planning for 2021 session of Kansas...

Kansas Legislature is under pressure to decide how to upgrade communication technology at the Capitol and prepare for the 2021 session opening in January.

KDHE: Kansas hospitals prefer to surge COVID-19 capacity without erecting tent...

KDHE secretary warns of building pressure on hospital staff, while Kansas doctor tells mask deniers the COVID-19 threat isn't political — "it's hell."

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,...

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