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The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, March 21st

The proposals would create a single income tax rate for Kansas.

Harvest Public Media Monday, March 20th

Sex trafficking is a big problem, even in rural parts of the Midwest.

Jim McLean Monday, March 20th

Supporters of expanding Medicaid in Kansas say the state would cover its costs and even have cash to spare, after federal funding and savings are taken into account.

Harvest Public Media is a consortium of public radio and TV stations reporting on agriculture and other issues affecting the rural Midwest.
Harvest Public Media Monday, March 20th

Advocacy groups for farmers and ranchers are sounding the alarm about President Trump's proposed budget cuts for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The top three members of the committee during a meeting last week. From left to right are Republican Rick Billinger, Republican Carolyn McGinn and Democrat Laura Kelly. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Monday, March 20th

The proposal would give almost all state workers a 2 percent pay raise.

Here's what's happening in our area, accoridng to staff and wire reports.
Associated Press Monday, March 20th

Here's a look at today's AP headlines for our area.  

KU teammates Frank Mason III and Josh Jackson celebrate their victory over Michigan State to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. (Photo from KU Athletics)
Greg Echlin Monday, March 20th

For the 30th time in program history, the KU Jayhawks have advanced to the Sweet 16. Next up: 4th seeded Purdue this Thursday.

The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Sunday, March 19th

The governor's budget assumes millions of dollars in savings that might not materialize.

Here's what's been happening around our area.
Staff and Wire ... Sunday, March 19th

The Kansas Jayhawks advance to the Sweet 16 but the Wichita State Shockers are sent home. Those AP headlines and other Kansas stories can be found here.

Associated Press Sunday, March 19th

Here's a summary of Kansas news headlines from the Associated Press, compiled by KPR staff.

Here's a look at area news headlines from the Associated Press.
Associated Press Saturday, March 18th

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

Senator Anthony Hensley at an event last week. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Friday, March 17th

The comments equated Planned Parenthood to the concentration camp Dachau.

Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, of Hays, hopes to build a new power plant in Holcomb, in addition to its existing facility in southwest Kansas.  .
Associated Press Friday, March 17th

The state's highest court rejected a legal challenge from the Sierra Club, removing a major obstacle to construction of a new, coal-fired power plant near Holcomb, in southwest Kansas.

J.C. Penney has announced it will close 138 stores nationwide, including five in Kansas.
J. Schafer Friday, March 17th

In Kansas, J.C. Penney will close stores in Lawrence, Hutchinson, Great Bend, Chanute and Winfield.

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Friday, March 17th

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press, as compiled by KPR news staffers.  

Last summer, Governor Brownback cut $56 million from the state’s privatized Medicaid program.
Kansas News Service Friday, March 17th

The KanCare program serves more than 400,000 low-income, disabled and elderly Kansans.

KU freshman Josh Jackson
Greg Echlin Friday, March 17th

The Kansas Jayhawks are facing new questions about alleged violent behavior by their star freshman, Josh Jackson.

Senate President Susan Wagle speaking last year. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, March 16th

Senators advanced a plan that would balance the current year's budget without spending cuts.

Several Kansas Supreme Court Justices (file photo)
Kansas News Service Thursday, March 16th

The Kansas Legislature passed a law prohibiting what it calls "dismemberment abortions."  The procedure, also known as dilation and evacuation, is commonly used in the second trimester.  That ban was put on hold by a lower court and now, the state's highest court is considering the ban.    

Kansas News Service Thursday, March 16th

Air service in rural parts of Kansas and Missouri could be negatively affected by the president's budget proposal.  

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