State officials want to promote ABLE savings accounts for Kansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are on the state’s waiting list for Medicaid services.
Want more state news? You can read Associated Press coverage of Kansas stories and more online for free here.
We post many, but not all, stories from the Kansas Reflector. Read more of their coverage here.
We also frequently post stories from the Kansas News Service. Read more of their coverage here.
MORe KANSAS NEWS
A “suspicious letter” was delivered to the state’s top election official’s office Tuesday, and the building was evacuated as a precaution.
It has been just more than a month since a “security incident” shut down online operations for most of the state’s courts. Kansas Reflector spoke to two local cybersecurity experts to better understand.
No one has been executed in Kansas since 1965. Citing anti-abortion beliefs and love for Jesus Christ, several Kansas conservatives affirmed Saturday their commitment to making sure that status continues.
Kansas communities rejected multiple far-right candidates for school boards in what a national education group has characterized as a U.S.-wide trend of demanding “real solutions” on the local level.
Protection from abuse orders are a civil process, which means someone is not guaranteed a lawyer. Survivors who often have little legal expertise need to act as their own lawyer.
Marion Police Chief Gideon Cody enlisted the support of local and state law enforcement officials in the days before he led raids on the local newspaper office, the publisher’s home and the home of a city councilwoman.
Kansas AG Kris Kobach made his case Friday that voting rights should not be given the same protection as other constitutional rights, hoping to sway the court over to his side in the latest twist of a long-lasting legal battle over 2021 election laws.
Conservative candidates for school board seats across Kansas have repeatedly asserted that scores on the state standardized test show schools are failing. But experts say that’s not necessarily true — and scores are just one part of the picture.
AG Kris Kobach has recommended passage of a law requiring all Kansas public school district employees undergo criminal background investigations, and he proposed comparable checks for contractors delivering Medicaid services to students.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the creek near Washington, Kansas, inundated with 588,000 gallons of oil when a 36-inch pipeline ruptured nearly a year ago is now flowing naturally.