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The Kansas Supreme Court has yet to tell the state’s citizens if they are spending enough on their schools.
City commissioners should approve a revised ordinance that allows for greater transparency.
Electric utility’s proposal to raise prices for consumers is neither fair nor environmentally sound.
A local case underscores some of the cruel realities in our justice system for punishing criminals.
Stewart Avenue location is preferable to current downtown location for numerous reasons.
ABC absolutely did the right thing in canceling Roseanne Barr’s television series after her racist tweet about former Obama administration official Valerie Jarrett.
Party of the Center fell short this year but should push on.
A group of Kansans pushing for the creation of a centrist party is right to continue their efforts despite coming up short in 2018. After all, Kansans can only benefit from additional political options, especially one dedicated to counter balancing political extremism on either side.
The county tried to scare voters into approving the controversial referendum; that didn’t work.
Recent developments in Douglas County government underscore that the voters got it right when they rejected a proposed half-cent sales tax to fund a $44 million jail expansion and the construction of a mental health crisis center.
City commissioners are right to delay ordinance until it provides proper checks and balances.
The shooting of a man by a police officer last week in Lawrence underscores the need for the Lawrence City Commission to give its community police review board access to as much information as possible when reviewing incidents.
Family and Red Cross are working to raise awareness about the vital importance of smoke alarms.
The American Red Cross and a Lawrence family that knows all too well the potentially tragic consequences are sounding the alarm this weekend about the importance of smoke alarms.