Multiple fatalities in Sherman Co crash…and other headlines: June 30, 2016

Five people are dead after a crash on I-70 in Sherman County. The KHP says a semi truck rear-ended an SUV 11 miles east of Goodland, pushing that vehicle into a ditch where it rolled ... Continue Reading →

Kansas high court satisfied with education funding package…and other headlines: June 29, 2016

The Kansas Supreme Court signs off on a new education funding package that increases state aid to poorer school districts. The justices issued a brief order saying the legislature “has ... Continue Reading →

Governor signs school legislation to end threat of shutdown…and other headlines: June 28, 2016

Governor Brownback has signed legislation that would increase aid to poor school districts to meet a court mandate and end a threat that the state’s public schools might shut down. ... Continue Reading →

Do You Know The Early Warning Signs of a Stroke?

Do you know the early warning signs of a stroke?  Please read this information from the Act FAST program. Brought to you by the Kansas Heart & Stroke Collaborative (http://www.kumed.com/about-us/community-outreach/heart-stroke-collaborative) ... Continue Reading →

Kansas House and Senate hold joint meeting to discuss education…and other headlines: June 17, 2016

Kansas legislators are reviewing past state Supreme Court decisions on school funding as they start considering how to respond to a ruling last month directing them to make additional ... Continue Reading →

Meeting on proposed judicial center in Thomas County tonight…plus other headlines: June 16, 2016

Thomas County officials and the public finance law firm Gilmore & Bell, PC are holding a meeting this evening on proposed judicial center for the county. They’ll cover financing ... Continue Reading →

Kansas elections get complicated…and other headlines: June 15, 2016

Kansas must begin registering thousands of eligible voters for federal elections who have not provided proof of citizenship under a federal court order that has complicated the state’s ... Continue Reading →

Universities in Kansas wanting approval for tuition increases…and other headlines: June 14, 2016

Many of Kansas’ state universities are asking the system’s governing board this week to approve tuition increases higher than first proposed last month. KU in particular wants a ... Continue Reading →

Special session starts June 23 to discuss education funding…and other headlines: June 13, 2016

Republican legislators who want to limit the power of the courts to force changes in how Kansas funds its public schools could revive several long-standing proposals for revising the ... Continue Reading →

Marshall challenges Huelskamp’s eligibility to run…and other headlines: June 10, 2016

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says Congressman Tim Huelskamp is qualified to seek re-election and throws out a complaint filed by Huelskamp’s Republican primary challenger. ... Continue Reading →
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