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Tuesday, August 4th

The Clean Power Plan has been finalized by President Obama and the EPA. But how will it be implemented in Kansas...and by whom?

Sunflower Electric Power Corporation’s coal-fired power generating station outside Holcomb. (Image credit: Bryan Thompson)
Monday, August 3rd

The state will have to revisit its plans for complying with federal emissions regulations. 

Photo by Stephen Koranda
Monday, August 3rd

The state will hire a company to study how the state government spends money.

Monday, August 3rd

Kansas has one of the lowest rates in the nation for vaccination against HPV, which can cause cervical cancer.

Photo by Stephen Koranda
Monday, August 3rd

Moody's gives the bonds what it calls a “below-average rating.”

Monday, August 3rd

A Taco Bell employee in Newton has been fired for writing the word "PIG" on the wrappers of food items ordered by a police officer and his fiancee.

Monday, August 3rd

Solar business advocates say Westar's plan will penalize customers for using solar panels.

Former University of Kansas Chancellor Bob Hemenway (File photo from University of Kansas)
Monday, August 3rd

Former KU chancellor led university to new prominence in athletics, enrollment and research during his tenure from 1995 to 2005.

Monday, August 3rd

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

Monday, August 3rd

Kansas teenagers are less likely to be vaccinated against HPV and meningococcal meningitis than other young people across the country. Officials say this puts the health of Kansas teens in jeopardy.

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