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Area news headlines from the Associated Press

Find out what's happening. Take a look at these Kansas news headlines from the Associated Press, as compiled by KPR news staffers.

The Jayhawks were out to avenge a narrow loss to Oklahoma last month.

Jayhawks coach Bill Self says he sees improvement in his team as KU prepares for a road game Saturday at Texas Tech.

Kansas News Service file photo

A Senate panel advanced the plan Monday.

Republican candidates for governor Wink Hartman, Mark Hutton, Secretary of State Kris Kobach and Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer on stage at the first debate Saturday. (Photo Credit: Nadya Faulx, KMUW)

The incumbent Kansas governor had been scheduled to debate several other prominent candidates in the race to be the Republican gubernatorial nominee but Jeff Colyer was sick with the flu and didn't take part in Saturday's forum.

Area news headlines from the Associated Press

Find out what's happening in Kansas.  Check out these news headlines from the Associated Press, as compiled by the KPR news team.

Harvest Public Media is a consortium of public media outlets reporting on agriculture and other issues affecting the rural Midwest.

The quantity of corn and soybeans grown in the Midwest and the amount of greenhouse gas emissions have both radically changed over the past century.  A new report compares how these two factors have affected climate change.

Photo by Ann Dean, courtesy of KU School of Business

This week on KPR Presents: we mark Black History Month with a conversation on race, gender, and sports.  ESPN's Claire Smith was the keynote speaker at KU's fourth annual Power of Sport symposium.

Area news headlines from the Associated Press

Here are the weekend headlines from the Associated Press, as compiled by KPR staff members.

John Hamdorf is working to regain the confidence of lawmakers frustrated by years of complaints about KanCare. 

(photo credit: Jennifer L. Graham, US Geological Survey)

The funding will help officials target their efforts to reduce the amount of phosphorus-rich runoff into Milford Lake. 

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