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August 12, 2016
Kansas water park operates under limited state regulation
The huge Kansas City, Kansas, waterslide on which a 10-year-old boy died was built in a state known for its light regulation ...
August 03, 2016
GOP governor's allies suffer in backlash in Kansas primary
Gov. Sam Brownback assured the public that the income tax cuts he championed would stimulate the Kansas economy, supply ...
August 03, 2016
Backlash in Kansas ousts at least 11 conservative lawmakers
A top Senate leader and at least 10 other conservative Kansas legislators have lost their seats as moderate Republicans made ...
July 22, 2016
Kansas court upholds death sentence for sheriff's killing
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the death sentence imposed against a man who fatally shot a sheriff during a 2005 ...
July 05, 2016
Judge: Kansas can't cut Planned Parenthood's Medicaid money
Kansas cannot cut off Medicaid funding for two Planned Parenthood affiliates, a federal judge said Tuesday. U.S.
June 25, 2016
Kansas facing bigger fights over schools after funding fix
Kansas is bracing for more contentious legal and political fights over education funding even after legislators approved a ...
June 24, 2016
Kansas lawmakers pass school funding fix to avert shutdown
Kansas legislators passed an education funding plan Friday night after top Republicans rewrote it to gain broad, bipartisan ...
June 09, 2016
School closing threat spurs move to cut Kansas courts' power
Kansas Republicans, irked by a court's threat to keep public schools closed until legislators change the way they're funded, ...
May 28, 2016
Court ruling raises possibility Kansas schools can't open
Kansas faces a threat that its public schools won't open for the next school year after the state Supreme Court rejected some ...
May 24, 2016
Cargill plans to keep several operations in Wichita
Agribusiness giant Cargill said Tuesday it will keep its protein operations in Wichita, Kansas, and search for a new facility ...
May 17, 2016
Kansas won't cut off funds for Planned Parenthood until July
Kansas will not cut off Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood until July 7 in what marks the third delay in two weeks as ...
May 12, 2016
Kansas to toughen rules on transgender birth certificates
Kansas is pursuing regulations that would give it one of the nation's toughest policies against allowing transgender people ...
April 20, 2016
Budget woes force Kansas to delay road work, cut colleges
Kansas plans to delay major highway projects and cut additional spending at state universities, a top aide to Republican Gov.
April 19, 2016
In Kansas, lawmakers lose patience with governor's tax cuts
After he became Kansas governor in 2011, Sam Brownback slashed personal income taxes on the promise that the deep cuts would ...
April 03, 2016
Control of state courts becomes a top political battleground
Much attention is being paid to the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy, but equally partisan battles are being waged for control of ...
March 25, 2016
Kansas Forest Service: Wildfire is largest in state
Though some progress has been made to contain it, the persistent wildfire that spread north from rural Oklahoma into a ...
March 24, 2016
GOP lawmakers in Kansas race to pass school funding plan
Republican supermajorities in the Kansas Legislature raced Thursday to approve a new plan to reshuffle education spending, ...
March 24, 2016
Wildfire burns about 620 square miles in Kansas, Oklahoma
Crews made progress Thursday against wind-whipped wildfires that spread from Oklahoma into southern Kansas, burning hundreds ...
March 22, 2016
Correction: Religious Objections-Kansas story
In a story March 16 about a bill designed to allow campus religious groups to restrict membership, The Associated Press ...
March 16, 2016
Mormon scolded by Christian group is at center of Kansas law
Daniel Arkell was leading a Bible study for a Christian group at Washburn University Law School in Kansas back in 2004 when ...