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Death penalty cost
January 13, 2004
Quick action
January 13, 2004
Beef threat
January 13, 2004
Commodities
January 13, 2004
Winterburg services
January 13, 2004
Lois Winifred Donahue
January 13, 2004
Candy Ann Oldaker
January 13, 2004
Arthur R. Jones
January 13, 2004
Leora Mae Reed
January 13, 2004
New Husker coach sacks seven
Gill to remain on Nebraska staff as receivers coach
January 13, 2004
New Nebraska football coach Bill Callahan fired seven assistant coaches from the previous regime Monday.
Harvey W. Nelson Jr.
January 13, 2004
Marcella Weber
January 13, 2004
Dale E. Unfred
January 13, 2004
Jacob Kleinberg
January 13, 2004
Wright services
January 13, 2004
Sebelius agenda analysis: Some items not addressed in speech
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
Sebelius agenda analysis: Term may be rocky
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
Divisions between Democrats and Republicans and within the GOP itself will spell trouble for the governor’s agenda.
Sebelius agenda analysis: Business unsure about tax increases
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
Sebelius agenda analysis: Education woes difficult to repair
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
Districts that have been underfunded for years will need special attention.
Sebelius agenda analysis: Budgetary balance may not have been reached
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
Savings based on methods other than budget cuts may not be a viable long-term solution for the state.
Sebelius agenda analysis: Government needs to balance one-time, continuing expenditures
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
Sebelius agenda analysis: Previous cuts show need for increase
A televised round-table discussion followed the governor’s speech, featuring Bruce Baker, associate professor of teaching and leadership at Kansas University; Burdett Loomis, KU professor and chair of
January 13, 2004
The current budgetary shortfall has been a result of both the economic downturn and cuts made during more prosperous times.
Daily ticker
January 13, 2004
Jury selection starts today
Former NBA player Williams hopes to avoid long prison sentence in death of limo driver
January 13, 2004
Once a fierce NBA rebounder and wisecracking television commentator, Jayson Williams is now a defendant who hopes to avoid a long prison sentence in the shooting death of a limo driver.
Horoscopes
January 13, 2004
Winners and losers
When politics wins out in Topeka, the state usually is the loser.
January 13, 2004
As the Kansas Legislature begins its 2004 session, politics seems to be playing the starring role.
On the record
January 13, 2004