Some are asking if county could do a better job communicating with public. County says “communications changes” are for the better.
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Lawmakers say background checks are required. KSN is asking if more checks could be considered.
Islamic Society of Wichita leaders hope to tell what it’s like being Muslim in Wichita and Kansas.
If one state lawmaker has his proposal approved, any county with fewer than 10,000 students would be reorganized.
Some say the Governor’s budget proposal does not work. They expect to get to work Monday on finding money.
State says calls look real, and even show State of Kansas Caller ID. But they are fake, and it’s someone trying to take your money.
Cuts could be on the way. Concerns of “Flat Funding” from the state will present challenges, school leaders say.
Tannerite exploding can make a loud noise, and it could explain some of the loud booms around Wichita. Law officers are checking into it.
Some say the Governor’s proposed budget changes leaves too much up to lawmakers.
A Kansas man who uses medical marijuana says the state of Kansas took his kids, and he blames his medical marijuana use.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says in spite of budget shortfalls, he doesn’t want to change the state’s tax policy.
Some highlights include moving all state employees to one insurance plan.
USD 259 says a teacher is suspended with pay after a two-year investigation.
Officers say it’s easy to search, and you don’t pay a dime to look it up.
School finance will again be the focus as lawmakers go about putting together a new system to pay for education.