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Former Kansas Commerce Secretary Antonio Soave alleges in court documents that the governor’s office pressured him to resign shortly after a business partner sued Soave for fraud and other financial crimes.
The Kansas Board of Regents voted to accept staff recommendations that members excuse or monitor themselves when engaging in potential conflicts of interest.
The head of Kansas' state employees union and a local lawmaker say a push by Gov. Sam Brownback's administration to privatize state office space left employees vulnerable during a shooting this week at a Department of Revenue office in Wichita.
Two of Donald Trump's key campaign staffers told a group of about 120 Kansas Republicans that they were confident Trump would win the election long before anyone else was ready to believe them.
A Kansas Press Association leader and a media attorney are accusing Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach of flouting a year-old state open records law by using a private email account for his work as vice chairman of President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud.
Kansas lawmakers and auditors worry about potential technical problems with the planned launch of a multimillion-dollar computer system for issuing and tracking 2 million driver's license records that's five years behind schedule.
A Kansas State Board of Education panel has recommended a new licensing system to reduce the shortage of teachers in the state.
Kansas inspectors failed to follow up on nearly half the problems they found in 79 nursing homes across the state in 2014, according to a federal report issued Monday.
Kansas' top prison official says protests outside the walls are helping to fuel unrest in state prisons by inspiring inmates to use mass demonstrations to air grievances and he doesn't see any other connection between a this week's uprising at one prison and disturbances earlier this summer at another.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families is offering some workers a 2.5 percent pay raise if they give up the right to appeal disciplinary decisions.
The Kansas University men's and women's basketball team visited the Statehouse in Topeka on Friday, April 27, 2012.
Gov. Sam Brownback talks to reporters about a proposal that will cut an estimated $2.9 billion in the next six years.
Republicans voice their support for presidential candidates at Kansas GOP Caucus.
Officials in southeast Kansas talk about the recent spike in methamphetamine use. They believe it can be attributed to the "one-pot" or "shake and bake" method.
Gov. Sam Brownback on Tuesday spoke to reporters and editors at the Lawrence Journal-World. Brownback said growing the economy was his primary goal as he prepares for the 2012 legislative session that starts next month.
Chris Wilson, deputy secretary of the Kansas Department of Agriculture talks about the importance of farmer's markets in strengthening the relationship between grower and consumer.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt talks about his concerns about some of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation's resources and staffing levels. Schmidt spoke to the Lawrence Noon Rotary Club on Aug. 8, 2011, at the Holiday Inn Lawrence, 200 McDonald Drive.
Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services Secretary Rob Siedlecki spoke with Lawrence Journal-World editors Monday, July 11, 2011, about the planned closure of the Lawrence SRS office. Siedlecki said there was no chance the Lawrence office will be spared closure, but maintained there will be some SRS presence in the city.
Distributors of Four Loko and other energy drinks that combine alcohol and caffeine can no longer supply such products to Kansas stores. But some Lawrence retailers are unsure as to whether they can sell the drinks they have left in stock.
The state collected $38 million more than expected this month.