Updated: 02/26/2014 - A spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri says retiring CEO Peter Brownlie's last day will be March 31.
Posted: 02/25/2014 - Two southeast Kansas cement plants would be in line for significant property tax relief under a bill tentatively approved by the House to define what is property and what is machinery and equipment.
Posted: 02/25/2014 - NFL offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been on the defense since November after fellow Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin abruptly left the team citing emotional abuse by Incognito on and off the field.
Updated: 02/25/2014 - The University of Kansas says it has fixed problems with bandwidth the led to delays in schools across the state trying to administer practice reading and math tests.
Posted: 02/25/2014 - The House Judiciary committee on Monday approved the bill, which would make police documents that explain reasons to arrest people open to the public. The bill would also make affidavits to justify search warrants open to the parties involved.
Posted: 02/25/2014 - A lucky Kansas Lottery player is in for a big surprise when checking their Super Kansas Cash ticket from last night’s drawing. One ticket matched all numbers to win a jackpot prize worth $563,879.
Posted: 02/25/2014 - Gay-rights supporters are rallying at the Kansas Statehouse to protest anti-gay marriage legislation that critics contend would encourage discrimination.
Updated: 02/25/2014 - Gov. Sam Brownback is visiting Kansas elementary schools to continue to build support for his proposal to expand state funding for all-day kindergarten instruction.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake offered Gov. Jan Brewer, R-Ariz., some unsolicited advice on what she should do with a bill that gives businesses in the state the right to refuse service to gays based on religious beliefs.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - A Kansas House committee has tabled a bill to require cities and other local governments to warn consumers if they put fluoride in their water supplies.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - A House committee has made significant changes to a proposal that would mandate parental action before students receive sex education in Kansas public schools.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Mayor Kasim Reed and Southern LGBT equality groups joined with Freedom to Marry to launch a $1 million multi-state campaign to build majority support for marriage in the South.
Updated: 02/24/2014 - Thailand's prime minister on Sunday condemned weekend attacks on her opponents that killed four people -- three of them children -- and pledged to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - A Wichita-based group has left voicemail messages urging Kansans to thank state representative who voted for a bill to protect from lawsuits employees who refused service based on religious beliefs about marriage.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - A House budget committee has accepted a subcommittee's recommendation to increasing spending for Kansas public higher education by about $44 million over the next two years.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Kansas legislators don't appear enthusiastic this year about altering the course they've set in previous years for improving the long-term financial health of the state pension system.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Wichita city officials say they are reconsidering whether the Equus Beds aquifer and its recharge project will be a major part of the city's water supply in the future.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - A bill before the Kansas House would allow farming interests to have more input into where power lines are placed.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Senate Education Committee members are expected this week to continue their discussion of a proposal to expand Kansas laws regarding charter schools.
Updated: 02/24/2014 - A Kansas House committee is considering a proposal to require cities and other local governments to warn consumers if they put fluoride in their water supplies.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Kansas hospital officials say a federal proposal to change how rural hospitals are designated for purposes of Medicare reimbursements could be devastating to smaller health care facilities already struggling to survive.
Posted: 02/24/2014 - Treated sewer water might be part of the city of Wichita's efforts to improve its water supply for the future.