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Kris Kobach jumps into U.S. Senate race, KDOT bristles over role in spread of invasive bluestem grasses, and gridlock delays utility rate study. Read on.
Kris Kobach anchors U.S. Senate campaign on immigration, deficit and Trump – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS
LEAVENWORTH - Republican Kris Kobach settled speculation about the next phase of his career Monday by declaring his candidacy for the U.S. Senate
KDOT challenges claim invasive bluestem grasses planted by highway agency – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

State Department of Transportation maintenance chief Clay Adams pushed back against assertions the agency seeded highway right-of-way ground with

GOP, Democratic votes lead to gridlock on utility rate study contract – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

Top Republican and Democratic members of the Kansas Legislature failed Tuesday to reach consensus on hiring of a consulting firm to perform a detailed

Tim Huelskamp leaves Heartland Institute – News – The Hutchinson News – Hutchinson, KS

Less than two years after defeated western Kansas Congressman Tim Huelskamp took the helm of a conservative think tank in the Chicago area, he has left

Lawrence Democrat launches bid in 2nd District race for U.S. House – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

LAWRENCE - A policy advocate for nonprofit Pew Charitable Trusts and former Kansas House staff member said Monday she would seek the Democratic

Kansas Rep. Larry Hibbard resigning for health reasons – News – The Hutchinson News – Hutchinson, KS

State Rep. Larry Hibbard, R-Toronto, will resign from the House of Representatives, effective Saturday, for health reasons."I've got to get

Judge dismisses lawmaker’s defamation lawsuit against Kansas City Star – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

A Johnson County district judge has dismissed Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning's defamation lawsuit against the Kansas City Star, but both sides are

Former Kansas prison superintendent takes plea deal arising from Christmas uproar – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

The former top administrator of Kansas' juvenile correctional facility entered a no-contest plea Friday in Shawnee County District Court to bring an end

Capitol Insider podcast: Kansas education board considers push for need-based aid – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

The Kansas Board of Regents will likely develop a proposal for improved state funding of scholarships based on student financial need under a strategy to

ACLU Kansas hires Nadine Farid Johnson as executive director – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas has selected Google executive and former U.S. diplomat Nadine Farid Johnson to become the organization's

Anti-abortion, pro-choice rallies converge on downtown Dodge City – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal – Topeka, KS

Downtown Dodge City saw two sides of the abortion argument in America speak their minds Saturday, with the anti-abortion Kansas Liberty March and the pro-

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