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A government program that helps people pay winter utility bills will begin taking applications this week.
South-central Kansas and northern Oklahoma on Sunday and Monday experienced the second batch of manmade earthquakes in four days with magnitudes reaching as high as 3.9 and 4.1.
An environmental group says it is planning a lawsuit over the proposed sale of Plum Island.
The Kansas Department of Corrections acknowledges that its inspectors consistently found dirty kitchens and other food safety violations at several state prisons.
Kansas says its tax collections in December fell $15 million short of expectations and the state's top revenue official is blaming lower-than-expected corporate income tax revenues.
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Republican legislators in Kansas are tossing around plenty of proposals for raising new revenues to help close the state's budget shortfalls, and they're not confining themselves to rethinking personal income tax cuts that represent GOP Gov. Sam Brownback's legacy.
A longtime legislative liaison and manager for the Kansas commission that regulates utilities will oversee payroll, parking, secretarial and other services for state lawmakers, starting next month.
Kansas hasn't decided whether to join a lawsuit filed by other states against Colorado over its legalization of marijuana even though the two states share a border.
Gov. Sam Brownback's budget director told a legislative committee Friday that the proposed cuts in contributions to the state's pension system are only temporary and will not be part of Brownback's budget proposal for the next two fiscal years.
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.