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The Postal Service has started a new system that will send residents an email each morning with images of their incoming mail. (Photo: Flickr Creative Commons)
KMUW Radio Tuesday, April 18th

Federal officials charged 11 people last month with stealing mail from Wichita mailboxes.

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (file photo)
Kansas News Service Monday, April 17th

A judge ruled that portions of the documents are "unquestionably relevant" to a lawsuit challenging a state voter registration requirement. 

Gene Taylor talks to the voice of the K-State Wildcats, Wyatt Thompson. (photo credit: Greg Echlin)
Greg Echlin Monday, April 17th

Gene Taylor was formally introduced at a press conference Monday as the new athletics director at K-State. 

Associated Press Monday, April 17th

The federal subsidies supporting the Southwest Chief route have been targeted for elimination. 

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Monday, April 17th

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

Students visit ExhibitsUSA's 'Grand Ole Opry' exhibition at Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan, Oklahoma. (Photo: Mid-America Arts Alliance)
Kansas News Service Monday, April 17th

The state created a new arts-funding agency in 2013. But the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission has less money to distribute this year.

The possible closure of more Kansas hospitals – including St. Francis in Topeka – may help supporters of Medicaid expansion overcome Governor Sam Brownback’s opposition. ​
Kansas News Service Monday, April 17th

Supporters say Medicaid expansion would extend health coverage to an additional 180,000 Kansans.  

Anti-hunger activists questioned whether Congressman Marshall had changed his position on food assistance for the poor.
Kansas News Service Monday, April 17th

Congressman Roger Marshall told constituents at a town hall meeting that he would work to protect federal food programs.

Leaders of the organization say their doors remain open and women's health services are still available for now
Kansas News Service Monday, April 17th

Planned Parenthood says the new law will hamper future attempts to seek restoration of family planning funds in Kansas. 

Associated Press Sunday, April 16th

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

Associated Press Sunday, April 16th

A surprisingly competitive special election has Kansas Democrats hopeful about cracking the GOP lock on the state delegation. Republican Ron Estes beat Democrat James Thompson by seven percentage points in last week's election for the 4th congressional seat. Over the past twenty years, Republicans have won that seat by an average of 27 percentage points.

Associated Press Saturday, April 15th

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

Associated Press Friday, April 14th

State and city officials are concerned that the non-profit Topeka hospital might be closed.

Kansas News Service Friday, April 14th

However, the new measure will affect attempts by Planned Parenthood to seek restoration of its family planning funds in Kansas.

An old windmill stands guard on the high plains of western Kansas. (Photo by J. Schafer)
Harvest Public Media Friday, April 14th

The former secretary for the U.S. Department of Agriculture is worried that his replacement hasn't started his job yet.   

Here's what we know so far.
Associated Press Friday, April 14th

Here are the latest Kansas headlines from the AP, as compiled by KPR staffers.

Poetry Unites is sponsoring a poetry contest in which writing poetry is not necessary. Learn more: http://poetryunites.com/
Kaye McIntyre Friday, April 14th

Just in time for National Poetry Month, a poetry contest in which you don't even need to be a poet to enter. "Poetry Unites Kansas" is taking submissions through May 15, 2017.

Kansas News Service Thursday, April 13th

The money would help districts pay senior teachers for mentoring younger ones. 

Paul Davis during a campaign event in 2014. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, April 13th

Davis is a former state legislator and candidate for governor.

Here's what we know so far.
Associated Press Thursday, April 13th

Find out what's happening across Kansas, with this handy guide to the latest AP headlines, as compiled by KPR news staffers.

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