Posted: 03/27/2014 - A commission appointed to decide how much a Nebraska gas company must pay for taking property from Kansas land owners will hold its first compensation hearing next month.
Posted: 03/27/2014 - Kansas voters will decide in November whether to legalize charitable raffles.
Posted: 03/26/2014 - Your dinner could be a donation to the Topeka Youth Project!
Posted: 03/26/2014 - He ran for Topeka Mayor four times and launched a Presidential campaign, too.
Updated: 03/26/2014 - Your local school board would get extra authority to up your property taxes, under a school funding plan unveiled by Republican leaders in the Kansas Senate.
Updated: 03/26/2014 - A Kansas Congressman wants the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to choose between his Catholic roots or an Affordable Care Act mandate.
Posted: 03/26/2014 - Eleven former cadets filed a lawsuit in 2012 alleging that higher-ranking students abused younger students at St. John's Military School in Salina.
Updated: 03/26/2014 - A plea hearing is set for Thursday morning in the child sexual exploitation case against Kyle Smith, former deputy director of the KBI.
Updated: 03/26/2014 - Less than three weeks from his 24th birthday, Jesse, the top dog of the Topeka Zoo's giraffes, is reaching his final days. On Wednesday, zoo officials announced they are providing Jesse with "end-of-life" care.
Posted: 03/26/2014 - There are few lifetime memberships in the exclusive club of high-income taxpayers. In fact, there's a lot of turnover in the top 1%, entry into which took at least $389,000. Membership can be fleeting because many people are temporarily catapulted into the top 1% or even top 0.5% of tax filers due to a windfall of some kind.
Updated: 03/26/2014 - Imagine a CEO wants to profit from a venture that, by the way, involves emitting pollution toxic to the environment, but she doesn't care because the goal is profit.
Posted: 03/26/2014 - The union at Spirit AeroSystems is accusing the Wichita aerospace company of laying off hundreds of workers last year because they were older and either they or a family member had a costly medical condition.
Updated: 03/26/2014 - A divided Lawrence City Commission has approved a program to license and inspect nearly every rental unit in the city.