The Sedgwick Co. Firefighters Union is fighting for a wage increase, across the board, of 2.5 percent this year and next.
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Still, most of Andover’s public schools do not have storm shelters.
Wichita Public Schools, the state’s largest district, has been preparing for months for the possibility of cuts to its budget.
The last day of school for students will move from Tuesday, May 24th to Friday, May 20th.
Contractors who work to build Kansas’ highways are concerned about the funding cuts to and the legislature’s raids on KDOT’s budget.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is calling for an end to the so-called economic ‘Border War’ with the state of Missouri.
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The latest sign of the controversy over school funding in Kansas took on the form of a banner at a Wichita High School.
Five weeks ago, the town of Hesston, Kansas was struck by tragedy when a gunman opened fire at the Excel Industries plant.
Volunteer firefighters in Barber County are being assisted by firefighters from across the state.
The Kansas House has sent Governor Sam Brownback a school funding plan designed to meet state Supreme Court guidelines.
The departure of plumbing company Viega’s headquarters from Wichita to Denver comes along with a disappointing jobs report.
The CEO of Viega LLC announced Friday the corporate headquarters will move from downtown Wichita to Denver.
Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay and Mayor Jeff Longwell discussed safety improvements Thursday for Old Town.
The southwest Kansas adult had recently traveled to a country that was experiencing cases of the Zika virus.