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Feds charge Kansas priest with bank fraud over parish thefts
September 2, 2015
A Kansas priest charged Tuesday with stealing nearly $151,000 from two parishes and the Catholic Diocese of Wichita used the money to fund his gambling, federal prosecutors alleged.
Kobach criticized over plan to purge Kansas voter rolls
September 2, 2015
An American Civil Liberties Union attorney says Kansas law doesn’t give Secretary of State Kris Kobach the authority to remove thousands of names from the state’s voter registration rolls.
Penalty phase in Jewish site shootings trial to continue
September 2, 2015
An anti-Semite convicted of killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City plans to call more witnesses to explain his actions to a jury that will decide if he should be sentenced to death.
Report: Kansas crops making progress as fall harvest nears
September 1, 2015
The latest government progress report on Kansas crops shows more crops maturing as fall harvest nears.
Jury to weigh death sentence for man in Jewish site killings
September 1, 2015
Jurors who convicted a white supremacist of killing three people at Jewish sites in Overland Park will begin hearing more evidence Tuesday before deciding whether to recommend a death sentence.
Kansas State students asked to sign sportsmanship pledge
September 1, 2015
Kansas State students will have to sign a sportsmanship pledge before they can pick up their tickets for sporting events this year.
Insurance Department studying continuing education programs
August 31, 2015
The Kansas Insurance Department is considering whether insurance agents need more training.
Tax amnesty for Kansans begins on Tuesday
August 31, 2015
Kansans who owe back taxes to the state should consider paying them in the next few weeks.
Police: Human remains found near Kansas River
August 31, 2015
Police are investigating after skeletal remains were found near the Kansas River in Kansas City, Kan.
Animal health effort in Kansas and Missouri notes 10 years
August 31, 2015
Nearly 1,000 people are gathering in Kansas City. Mo., to celebrate the 10th anniversary of an Animal Health Corridor that stretches from Manhattan, Kan., to Columbia, Mo.
Kansas judge ejects white supremacist from court
August 31, 2015
A judge has ejected a white supremacist from a Kansas courtroom after the man objected to jury instructions in his murder trial, saying he doesn’t respect the process.
Man to be sentenced in suicide bomb plot at Kansas airport
August 30, 2015
A Kansas man’s odyssey into terrorism culminated when he tried to bring a van filled with inert explosives onto the tarmac at the Wichita airport where he worked, an attack prosecutors say was aimed at causing “maximum carnage” during which Terry L. Loewen would die as a martyr.
Kansas headed toward another school finance debate next year
August 30, 2015
Five months after a new law for funding public schools took effect in Kansas, legislators and education officials are talking about drafting another one next year.
Kansas City Connection: Charisse retains old charm as Power & Light alternative
August 30, 2015
Since June 2012, the French and American flags have hung in tandem outside the downtown Kansas City restaurant at 1006 Walnut St. But the restaurant that started out as Aixois Brasserie, opened by the owners of the popular Aixois Bistro at 251 E. 55th St., rebranded last fall after chef Jason Craine purchased the restaurant from the original owners and renamed it Charisse.
Kansas plans state’s first public summit on drones
August 27, 2015
Kansas officials are planning a public summit on drones this fall.
Kansas governor schedules town hall meeting on Guantanamo
August 27, 2015
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback plans to hold a town hall meeting next week to discuss concerns about the potential transfer of prisoners from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Fort Leavenworth.
Slide in Kansas oil industry continues to stress producers
August 27, 2015
The Kansas oil industry continues to face pressure because of falling prices, which are approaching producers’ costs for pumping the oil out of wells, industry experts said.
Kansas judge allows suit over citizenship rule to continue
August 27, 2015
A Kansas judge is allowing two voters to continue pursuing a lawsuit challenging how Secretary of State Kris Kobach is enforcing a proof-of-citizenship requirement for registering to vote.
Kansas Wesleyan, seminary announce joint ministry program
August 26, 2015
Kansas Wesleyan University and the Saint Paul School of Theology are planning a degree program that will reduce the number of years students will need to earn a divinity degree.
KCC workers opt to leave civil service for pay raises
August 26, 2015
The Kansas Corporation Commission says most of the agency’s classified workers have chosen to leave the state’s civil service system in exchange for taking a pay raise.

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