Trump picks Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court, and D.C. girds for a fight

President Donald Trump at the White House on Saturday introduced federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee, setting off...

Kansas’ federal candidates loathe potential unruly transfer of U.S. presidential power

A bipartisan group of Kansas candidates for federal office want no part of the constitutional crisis if President Trump refuses to concede to Joe Biden.
Bill Feuerborn, chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents, said Wichita State University president Jay Golden resigned Friday after leading the university for less than one year. (Tim Carpenter/Kansas Reflector)

Wichita State president resigns after enduring turmoil for blocking Ivanka Trump’s speech

The president of Wichita State University submits his resignation after enduring donor blowback after calling off a graduation speech by Ivanka Trump.

Olathe monument recognizes families of those who lost lives in military service

OLATHE — Kansas veterans and families, along with local and state leaders, unveiled Tuesday the first monument in the state dedicated to families whose...

Trump reportedly ready to select Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court

President Donald Trump plans to nominate federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the late Justice...


Kansas public defender not convinced of need for blanket suspension of speedy-trial law

A Kansas defense lawyer is frustrated by suspension of speedy-trial law, while the state's attorney general expects a flood of lawsuits on that point.

GOP legislators irritated by dominance of urban lawmakers on State Finance Council

Rural Kansas legislators are objecting to dominance of a House, Senate leadership council by lawmakers from urban counties.

Pandemic puts nearly $100 million squeeze on Kansas casino, lottery revenue

COVID-19 forced closure of Kansas' four casinos and weakened lottery ticket sales, lowering revenue by early $100 million in fiscal year ending June 30.

KDHE shifting gears on public report of site-specific COVID-19 clusters in Kansas

KDHE is altering metrics used to place COVID-19 outbreaks on a weekly list of site-specific clusters in Kansas.

Disabled, elderly advocates eager for KDHE reporting of site-specific COVID-19 outbreaks

Advocates of elderly and disabled people in Kansas are urging KDHE to resume facility-specific reporting on spread of COVID-19 infection.

Two Kansas lawmakers walking long road to legalizing medicinal marijuana

Kansas legislators David Haley and Gail Finney are optimistic the 2021 Legislature can advance a bill legalizing medical marijuana.

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