The Bourbon County prosecutor facing possible disbarment by the Kansas Supreme Court for misconduct in two high-profile trials tendered her resignation and pledged to retire at the end of June.
The lesser prairie chicken, a rare dancing grouse once abundant on the Great Plains, could benefit again soon from the protection of the U.S. government.
Community health care providers across Kansas will soon receive $900,000 in state grant funds to help with local COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Gov. Laura Kelly announced Tuesday.
Gov. Laura Kelly moved to place a larger imprint Wednesday on the Kansas Board of Regents by naming a retired railroad executive, a prominent educator and a former Republican legislator to the state’s higher education governance board.
At the Sunflower Music Festival, Grammy winner Libby Larsen is set to debut a new work celebrating the first four women to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, and Gov. Laura Kelly will narrate.
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As health officials across the country aim for a national 70% adult vaccination rate against COVID-19 by July 4, health centers in Kansas are finding ways to reach the most vulnerable populations in the state.
Lawmakers gathered Thursday to celebrate the passage in April of House Bill 2208, one section of which requires state agencies to certify 26 community-based mental health centers as behavioral health clinics within 3 years and set new rates for the services they provide.