Ernst is delivering the GOP response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday.
Kansas transportation officials are reassuring state lawmakers that they will not be forced to cut projects, despite major drops in funding.
Who says it doesn’t pay to send a letter to the president of the United States?
Gov. Sam Brownback’s proposals for reducing the state’s annual payments for public pensions would increase long-term costs by $3.7 billion.
The event is as much about the theatrics and accoutrements of the evening as about the meat of the president’s proposals.
Key elements of the economic proposals President Barack Obama will outline.
University of Kansas students, faculty and staff are getting first dibs on tickets to see President Barack Obama.
Legislation requiring Kansas law enforcement officers to be equipped with body cameras has gained bipartisan support in the new session.
Kansas lawmakers who have introduced medical marijuana bills every year since 2009.
President Obama is seeking an increase in taxes on the wealthiest by raising the capital gains rate and eliminating a tax break on inheritan…
Tea party faithful have gathered at a South Carolina coastal resort to talk about how to maximize their influence in the 2016 presidential e…
President Barack Obama is coming to KU on January 22nd, just two days after the State of the Union.
Some lawmakers are taking a wait and see approach to new budget plan. Many say they need more details.
Gov. Sam Brownback is proposing that Kansas issue $1.5 billion in bonds and lengthen its schedule for closing a long-term funding gap.
Brownback’s budget proposals call for more than $15 billion in total spending for the current and each of the next two fiscal years.