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Friday, July 31st

July tax collections were more than $3.5 million lower than expected. 

Friday, July 31st

A civil rights committee is looking into new voter ID laws in Kansas and asking whether the new rules are affecting voter turn-out.

Friday, July 31st

Officials are challenging a claim by Kansas Congressman Kevin Yoder that Finney County is a "sanctuary community" for illegal immigrants.

Here's a summary of the day's AP news headlines for our area, mostly Kansas.
Friday, July 31st

Here's a summary of the latest Kansas news headlines from the Associated Press, as compiled by the KPR News Team.

Heartland Health Monitor is a collaborative reporting project designed to cover health issues affecting America's heartland.
Friday, July 31st

A pertussis outbreak in Reno County is continuing to grow.

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Thursday, July 30th

The plan relies on federal dollars to offset state money.

Budget Director Shawn Sullivan outlines the budget changes. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Thursday, July 30th

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback's administration is outlining nearly $63 million in adjustments to the state's current budget.  

Thursday, July 30th

The contract to upgrade electronic health records at U.S. military hospitals and clinics is worth more than $4 billion.

Thursday, July 30th

Three men in Topeka face federal firearms charges, as authorities crack-down on gang-related violence in the capital city.

Thursday, July 30th

Kansas City is hoping it will be chosen to receive a federal grant that could help revitalize a neighborhood around Independence Avenue.

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