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Sunday Reader: Lawmaker fined; Brain injury funding

Good morning everyone: A relatively quiet week, but still somewhat busy. Frankly, we're glad to be back in the friendly confines of home with Mrs....

Johnson announces candidacy for state treasurer

Republican state Rep. Steven Johnson on Thursday night revealed his intentions to run for state treasurer next year. Johnson, now in his sixth term in...

Congressional candidates report third-quarter fundraising

Republican Congressman Ron Estes, former Lt. Gov. Tracey Mann and Democratic Topeka Mayor Michelle De La Isla led in third-quarter fundraising in their races...

New poll shows Bollier with narrow lead in U.S. Senate race

A new poll done by a Kansas Republican consultant shows Democrat Barbara Bollier up on GOP Congressman Roger Marshall by a little more than...

Kelly predicts help seeking aid for budget deficit

Gov. Laura Kelly said Monday she expects the state's congressional delegation will warm to the idea of using federal dollars to help offset the...

Moran, Roberts balk at calls for funds to fill budget gaps

Republican U.S. Sens. Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts say they're reluctant to move quickly to give states more money to fill deep budget holes...

Sunday Reader: Freeze-dried remains; Iowa sports betting

Good morning: Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. As you might imagine, it wasn't the busiest of weeks, but here are some notable news items...

Kansas congressional delegation files campaign reports

Democratic Congresswoman Sharice Davids continues to pile up money, making her a formidable incumbent next year. Meanwhile, Congressman Roger Marshall continues to stash away money...

(Updated) Sunday Reader: Kobach Senate announcement imminent?; Kelly family nuptials

(Updated to reflect developments on possible Kobach announcement Monday) Good morning everyone: A relatively slow week over the July Fourth holiday. But it was a big...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: Newby’s D.C. trouble and more

Good morning: The week ended in a news explosion with a major Supreme Court decision on education and perhaps a more significant ruling that tossed...