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Police in Denver say they’ve traced a Super Bowl ticket scam to Kansas. Pictures of tickets were being posted on CraigsList, but they did not belong to the man selling them. A Denver resident paid around 6-thousand dollars for the tickets, but when he got the envelope in the mail, it was just pieces of […]
Opponents of a measure that would consolidate school districts have expressed their opinions in a Kansas House committee meeting. The Capital-Journal reports that the bill would require 98 of Kansas’ 105 counties to have one unified school district per county. Twenty-two counties already fit that requirement.
Wichita Police say they’ve shut down a puppy mill operating in West Wichita. Officers were searching a home in the 500 block of North Doris for drugs. But when they got there, they found around 20 dogs, including 12 young puppies. They say the animals were being bred and sold online, which is illegal within […]
Residents of Kansas, Alabama and Georgia are no longer able to register to vote using a federal form without providing proof of U.S. citizenship. The change comes after a federal elections official added the requirement without public notice or review by the agency’s commissioners. The move by Brian Newby, the new executive director of the […]
Talk of football at WSU shifted into high gear this week, after WSU President John Bardo tweeted out a picture of a football helmet decked out with the Shocker logo. Bardo says he did it to do just that… generate discussion in the community. School officials held a meeting yesterday to talk about future athletics.
The Kansas Senate has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would lessen penalties for first and second-time marijuana possession. The vote Wednesday was 38-1. The measure would reduce the punishment for first-time misdemeanor possession to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine, rather than the current year in jail and $2,500 fine.
Kansas lawmakers are pledging support for a bill that would open up private emails sent by public employees about government business. The Wichita Eagle reports that the bill would make information made by an employee of a public agency concerning business available to a Kansas Open Records Act request regardless of “form, characteristics or location.”
Kansas lawmakers are considering giving the governor more authority over who is appointed to the state Supreme Court. A proposed constitutional amendment to change the selection system received first-round approval in the House on Wednesday. It advanced to a final vote that could occur Thursday. The measure needs approval from two-thirds of the House’s members […]


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