Lawmakers say more money for schools likely will be down on the priority list this year.
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County officials say the investigation will be ongoing, and it involves the police department.
We see the tents around town offering free phones. So what does it take to get one? We went out to see.
Lawmakers say it’s unlikely. City wants a larger cut of local county-wide sales tax, citing an antiquated 1985 law they say does not work.
City vows to push fight over $20 million out of county one cent sales tax. County says the fight could cost taxpayers.
Sedgwick County Commissioner Karl Peterjohn calls “Islamic terrorism” a danger. Some call his remarks inflammatory
Wichita State says Athletic Director Eric Sexton will step down at some point to focus on his student relations role.
Political experts are calling it an unprecedented move for conservative control.
School leaders are asking for a new definition of funding for the classroom following Governor remarks on school finance.
What does “more money in the classroom” mean? Schools take exception to Governor definition.
Some have been outspoken about Medicaid expansion, and say it’s rare to be pulled off a committee this time of year.
More than $1,328,000 in Kansas VA bonuses paid out in 2014. Lawmakers call for reform, and renewed respect for veterans and veteran care.
Test scores for new K-10 tests were to be released by now. KSN is asking why the numbers are not public.
Top legislators have approved $4.2 million in emergency aid for 25 public school districts after trimming back their requests.
Kansas Sentencing Director says cuts to drug treatment could cost the state a lot of money.