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Governor Sam Brownback and state Senator Steve Fitzgerald at the meeting. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Friday, September 4th

President Obama has pushed to close the detention center in Cuba. If that happens, Fort Leavenworth could house the alleged terrorists.

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Friday, September 4th

Is America ready for a female president? On the next KPR Presents, Kathleen Sebelius, former Kansas Governor and former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, talks about women in politics and her own political career. 

Judge Larry Hendricks (Image credit: AP photo/Orlin Wagner)
Thursday, September 3rd

There are concerns that enforcing the order could jeopardize the budget for the entire Kansas judiciary system.  

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Thursday, September 3rd

The KTA's plan to mitigate flash flooding has been expanded.

Sign on the Potawatomi Indian Reservation (Photo by Bryan Thompson)
Thursday, September 3rd

Diabetes has been a long-term problem on Native American reservations. Now, health officials are looking into links between diabetes and depression.

Kansas Statehouse (Photo by J. Schafer)
Thursday, September 3rd

The Kansas Legislature has created two interim committees, one will study public school funding and the other will examine sales tax exemptions.

Thursday, September 3rd

Here's a summary of the day's Kansas news headlines from the Associated Press.

Thursday, September 3rd

Missouri customers of Kansas City Power and Light (KCP&L) will soon be paying higher electricity bills - about $12 a month higher.  Meanwhile, a request to increase rates for KCP&L's customers in Kansas is still pending before state regulators.

Thursday, September 3rd

A St. Joseph, Mo., man has pleaded guilty to fraud charges involving the installation of solar panels.

Shawnee County Courthouse (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Wednesday, September 2nd

Funding for the entire Kansas court system is now in jeopardy. A Shawnee County District Court judge has struck down a law related to the way chief judges are selected. But that law was tied to other legislation stating that all funding for the judicial branch would be stripped away if the first law was struck down.

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