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Sunflower Sunday Reader: Attorney general weighs in on political signs; Justice’s new book project;...

Good day everyone: Sorry we're running late today. We were out of town and there was a lot to pack into today's Sunday Reader. Lots to...

Task force makes broad recommendations for transportation plan

Increasing the state gas tax was among a series of broad recommendations a task force made Thursday for ways to meet billions of dollars...

UPDATED: Kelly foregoes unilaterally appointing justice

(Updated to include more details about how nominee would be chosen) Gov.-elect Laura Kelly on Wednesday said she would forego her power to unilaterally appoint...

Task force closing in on transportation plan recommendations

After four months of study, a state task force is closing in on a plan for addressing more than $18 billion in transportation needs...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: Fate of Medicaid expansion in Kansas; Climate change predicted to hurt...

Good morning: Hope everyone had a festive and safe Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Also, we hope you are not adversely affected by the winter storm striking...

Former lawmaker’s daughter running for Senate seat

Democrat Kelly Schodorf, the daughter of former state Sen. Jean Schodorf, is campaigning for the Senate seat that will be vacated when Lynn Rogers...

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...