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Biden leads in Kansas; Trump still popular, polls show

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in a primary showdown in Kansas, although the winner could face an uphill fight...

Sunday Reader: Hineman draws challenger; Amazon deal

Good morning everyone: It's been an extraordinary week in which all of our worlds have been turned upside down by the coronavirus, and there's no...

Kansas last in arts spending, audit shows

Kansas spends so little money on the arts that it's very difficult to discern its effect on the Kansas economy, a new audit shows. A...

Sunday Reader: Business owner’s work force concerns

Good morning everyone: Hope you turned your clock forward. We did, which explains why you are getting this in time for your morning coffee (for...

Hartman forming economic growth PAC

Wichita oil executive Wink Hartman, a potential candidate for Kansas governor in 2022, is creating a political action committee to help elect candidates supporting...

Sunday Reader: Ex-Senate leaders criticize Wagle

Good morning everyone: Hope everyone is getting to relax a little during this turnaround weekend. You may need it. So much is left to do...

AFP names new state director

The Kansas chapter of Americans for Prosperity on Thursday named Elizabeth Patton as its new state director. Patton had served as deputy state director for...

Three candidates recommended for appeals court

A special nominating commission on Tuesday recommended a federal public defender and two lawyers in private practice for a seat on the Kansas Court...

UPDATED: Senate approves property tax disclosure bill

(Update to reflect final Senate action, includes comments from advocates and opponents) The Kansas Senate on Tuesday unanimously approved a bill requiring more public disclosure...

Colyer endorses Marshall in Senate race

Former Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer on Monday intervened in intraparty politics for the second time, supporting Congressman Roger Marshall in the GOP primary for...