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Governor Nominates KDHE Interim Director For Permanent Post

Governor Brownback nominates the interim director of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to get the job permanently. That does require confirmation by the state senate. ... Continue Reading →
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Roberts: Progress Made Against ISIS

Senator Pat Roberts wraps up a two-day tour of Iraq and says he’s seeing progress in the fight against ISIS. He went to visit American troops, including about 400 from the Army’s ... Continue Reading →
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KS Mulls Joining Lawsuit Against CO

Kansas still isn’t sure if it’ll join a lawsuit filed by other states against Colorado over its legalization of marijuana. State Attorney General Derek Schmidt has been ... Continue Reading →
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Thomas County Crash Sends CO Teen To Hospital

A teenager from Colorado is in the hospital after colliding with a big rig at I-70 and US 83 in Oakley. He apparently ran the stop sign at the top of the ramp and was hit by the semi. ... Continue Reading →
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Changes In Committee Leadership Ahead Of Legislative Session

Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick has replaced the leaders of two key committees. He’s named Representative Ron Ryckman Junior of Olathe to chair the budget-writing Appropriations ... Continue Reading →
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Study: KS Banking Climate Improves

A new report from Ku’s Center for Banking Excellence finds the state of banking in Kansas is greatly improved and the industry positioned to thrive despite new regulatory standards. ... Continue Reading →
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Utility Pushing Forward With Wind Energy Plans

The biggest electric company in Kansas says it will purchase power from a wind farm under development to meet a state renewable-energy mandate for utilities. Westar Energy’s ... Continue Reading →
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Governor Appoints Replacement Commissioner

Governor Brownback appoints a new commissioner in Wallace County. retired United States Air Force Senior Master Sergeant Rodney E. Radcliffe is now the Cheyenne County Commissioner ... Continue Reading →
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Region Receives Much-Needed Precipitation

While most of Northwest Kansas experienced some snow, other parts of the state dealt with the threat of tornadoes. Several tornado warnings were issued, with one funnel touching down ... Continue Reading →
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Criminal Offenders At State Universities

A report finds 37 registered criminal offenders are either working or going to classes at the six state universities in Kansas. The crimes include rape, indecent liberties with a child ... Continue Reading →
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