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Five things you may have missed but need to know in Kansas

Happy Thanksgiving everyone: We're still plugging away since news never seems to take a holiday. News slowed a little bit this week, but there are...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: Lawyer running for GOP chair; Senate race taking shape; State split...

Good morning everyone: Well we moved from elections right into a busy week of recounts, budget hearings and Gov.-elect Laura Kelly's transition into the governor's...

Senate confirms Kansas bank commissioner to Fed board

The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed Kansas Bank Commissioner Michelle Bowman to the Federal Reserve board. The Senate voted 64-34 to confirm Bowman to a...

State agencies submit $1.5 billion wish list

State agencies are requesting nearly $1.5 billion for new or supplemental services over three years, including money to comply with a Supreme Court order...

GOP chair not seeking another term

Kansas Republican Party chairman Kelly Arnold on Tuesday announced he would not seek another term leading the party. In an email letter on Tuesday, Arnold...

(UPDATED) ACLU of Kansas executive director steps down

(Updated to reflect more details of the ACLU's political activities in Kansas as well as details about ongoing cases; edits throughout.) Micah Kubic is leaving...

(UPDATED) Miller, Gartner consider bid for Kelly’s Senate seat

(Updated to reflect date for picking Kelly replacement on Nov. 29) Democratic lawmakers Vic Miller and Jim Gartner are eying the state Senate seat that...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: Did Kobach ever have a chance?; How female candidates fared in...

Good afternoon everyone: Sorry we're late. A lot to pack into this week's Sunday Reader. We've been recovering after a frenetic campaign season. But we press...

Republican leadership vows holding Kelly to no-tax pledge

Republican leadership at the Kansas Capitol on Wednesday greeted the election of a new Democratic governor with caution, warning that they would hold Laura...

Democrats outspend Republicans on TV in governor’s race

Democratic television sending outpaced Republicans' by about $1.4 million in the Kansas governor's race with the total ad buy reaching nearly $9.5 million, according...