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Judges urge speedy-trial extension

Some chief judges across the state say they will not be able to clear a backlog of cases to comply with a speedy-trial deadline...

UPDATED: Panel recommends three women for Supreme Court

(Updated to reflect round by round voting; corrects that Standridge was tied for second in the second round of balloting) A judicial screening panel on...

Deep dive look at Kansas Supreme Court candidates

Eleven candidates are seeking to fill a seat on the Kansas Supreme Court that is coming open with the retirement of Justice Carol Beier. The...

SCOTUS declines to review Kansas criminal threat law

(Developing: Will be updated) The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review two Kansas Supreme Court decisions striking down part of the state’s criminal...

Supreme Court justice defends Folsom against criticism

Kansas Supreme Court Justice Caleb Stegall took the extraordinary step of defending Gov. Laura Kelly's appeals court nominee, who was rejected by the Senate...

Sunday Reader: Davids’ new campaign manager; Easter poll

Good morning everyone: We're back at it this week in good health and pounding out the copy you've come to expect each week wrapping up...

NEW: Churches challenge governor’s executive order in court

Two churches are suing Gov. Laura Kelly over her executive order limiting mass gatherings at church services in an effort to slow the spread...

Justices struggle with ‘snafu’ in emergency resolution

The Kansas Supreme Court on Saturday morning struggled with a "huge" flaw in a resolution giving legislative leaders the power to revoke an executive...

Senate minority leader seeks emergency LCC meeting

Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley is seeking a meeting of the Legislative Coordinating Council so it can reverse its decision revoking an executive order...

Supreme Court justice selection: How they voted

As Gov. Laura Kelly weighs her next pick for the Kansas Supreme Court, we thought we would give you the ballots that showed how...