State Supreme Court to decide on Holcomb plant…and other headlines: January 29, 2016

Kansas’ highest court is considering whether the state can avoid limiting greenhouse gas emissions from a proposed $2.8 billion coal-fired power plant. The Supreme Court heard arguments ... Continue Reading →

Floyd to head NWS office in Goodland…and other headlines: January 28, 2016

Dave Floyd has been named the new head of the National Weather Service office in Goodland. He’s been in that office in a different capacity since 2002, and with the weather service ... Continue Reading →

Record win-streak comes to an end and other headlines: January 27, 2016

The Hoxie Indians girls basketball team saw their 107 game win streak come to an end Tuesday night, falling to Hill City 53-48 in overtime. A Kansas Senate committee has voted to forward ... Continue Reading →

Kobach pursuing new voter fraud cases…and other headlines: January 26, 2016

Sprint is eliminating more jobs as it seeks to cut costs and turn around its business. The Overland Park company has told employees at six customer service centers around the country ... Continue Reading →

Monday headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: January 25, 2016

A state Senate panel will consider a measure this week aimed at banning discrimination against gun dealers and manufacturers. The bill’s sponsor says it’s a response to a federal ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report headlines: January 22, 2016

Democrats are backing a bill aimed at shortening the Kansas Legislature’s annual sessions as part of a package of measures for making state government more open. The measure would ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report headlines: January 21, 2016

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says he has no plans now to ask lawmakers to ban people who use a federal form to register from voting in state and local elections. Kobach adds ... Continue Reading →

Lawmakers want more oversight over school construction projects…and other headlines: January 20, 2016

A new report from Kansas’ Republican legislators says the state needs more oversight over local school construction projects. They’d do that through the creation of a legislative ... Continue Reading →

Local musician to compete at National Finals of the Country Showdown

Brad Richmond of Burlington, CO will be representing KWGB-FM radio at the National Finals of the Country Showdown in Nashville, TN this week. Richmond’s journey to Nashville began ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report headlines: January 15, 2016

A Kansas House committee approves a bill designed to keep state courts open following a legal dispute involving the judicial branch’s budget. The measure repeals a law passed last ... Continue Reading →