A three-part proposal to reduce property taxes could save Kansas homeowners millions, Democratic lawmakers said during a news conference Monday at the Statehouse.
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An “endless probation” case is still dragging on in Kansas, with the defendant set to keep paying restitution for the next four decades, if legal reforms don’t address the situation.
Republican and Democratic candidates for Kansas attorney general clashed on immigration issues, abortion rights and voting laws during their first debate Thursday, held at the Wichita Crime Commission Forum.
A shortage of health care workers in Kansas has created a crisis at nursing homes, which are closing even as the state’s population continues to age.
Kansans who have struggled to repay student debt may receive relief, with hundreds of thousands in the state eligible for some form of debt forgiveness, the Biden-Harris administration announced Tuesday.
An independent evaluation of the Kansas foster care system shows the state is improving the stability of children in state custody but breaking its promise to end the practice of children sleeping in offices overnight.
Dozens of people protested the Republican candidate’s appearance with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has been criticized for sending two planes of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard with no warning or assistance.
Roger Golubski is back in federal court today for a hearing to determine if he should remain in custody or be released on bond. The former KCK police detective is accused of sexually assaulting two women — but he faces charges of depriving them of their civil rights under federal law.
Kansas Board of Education member Betty Arnold believes a program offering lower-income students nine credit hours of college courses while in high school can propel more toward two- or four-year degrees — on one condition.
New Census data shows that more Americans have health insurance now than before the pandemic thanks to special federal programs. But not so in Kansas, where insurance rates dropped significantly below the U.S. average for the first time in decades.
A former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective was arrested Thursday by federal agents on a six-count indictment alleging repeated sexual assault of two women while leveraging his position as a law enforcement officer to perpetrate the crimes.