House advances new school funding plan, still stalled on tax plan

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Jeff King, left, a former senator now serving as the Legislature's legal counsel on school finance, confers with House Speaker Ron Ryckman during debate in the House on a new school funding system aimed at satisfying a Kansas Supreme Court decision that declared current funding inadequate and unconstitutional.

The bill would phase in over two years a $280 million increase in annual K-12 school funding in Kansas. An attempt to add more money to the plan came up short.

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4 arrested on suspicion of vandalizing downtown buildings with anti-Trump graffiti

Beyond ‘baby blues’

Many new moms suffer severe depression and anxiety, but there’s help

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Chef’s Choice: A Chicago dog with Chef Rick Martin

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AP College Basketball Coverage
Kansas guard Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (10) has a laugh with Kansas guard Devonte' Graham (4) during the first half against Iowa State, Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Svi Mykhailiuk announces he will return for senior season

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Lawrence High School hurdler James Reeder wins the 110 hurdles during the Free State Invitational on Friday at FSHS.

Reeder excited for his first trip to state track

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Free State High School 2017 Commencement

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