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.
Tina Miller, a Comanche County resident who has provided foster care to dozens of kids and adopted three, is telling concerned foster parents to call their state representatives and senators and ask if they are willing to help.
Homeless shelters in Kansas metro areas are already seeing more requests for housing in the days after legislative leaders lifted a statewide ban on evictions.
Only one course at the University of Kansas describes its curriculum as guided by Critical […]
The League of Women Voters of Kansas and three other organizations Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging constitutionality of election reforms described by plaintiffs as a brazen attempt to suppress participation by minority, disabled and elderly voters.
Kansas legislative leaders moved Friday to extend the state of emergency for the pandemic through June 15, while ending the block on evictions, despite requests from the governor for a 30-day extension.
TOPEKA — Republicans in the Senate and House punctuated the close of the 2021 legislative […]
State Rep. Mark Samsel allegedly abused Wellsville High School teenagers while working as a substitute art teacher by kicking one in the groin and intimidating others by grabbing students and ranting about religion, music and sex.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday commended a new bipartisan education law increasing education […]
Gov. Laura Kelly signed a bill Friday that mandates investigations of abuse and neglect include a visual observation of alleged victims. The law recognizes the torture and death of Adrian Jones, whose father fed his remains to pigs.