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Associated Press Friday, October 6th

 A document unsealed by a federal judge Thursday reveals that Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach brought a proposal for changing federal voter registration laws when he met with then President-elect Trump last year.

Republican U.S. Representative Kevin Yoder of Kansas, issued a statement in support of a ban on the devices used to increase the firing power of semi-automatic rifles. (Photo: Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Friday, October 6th

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins also says she would support a federal ban on so-called "bump stocks" that can convert semi-automatic rifles to shoot like fully automatic weapons.

Secretary Kobach speaking to reporters. (File photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, October 5th

The documents were unsealed Thursday as part of a lawsuit.

The Lansing Correctional Facility. (Photo from the Department of Corrections)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, October 5th

Plans for the prison at Lansing would affect the state's death chamber.

Dr. Joanna Slusky is an  assistant professor of amazing things at the University of Kansas. (Photo from University of Kansas)
KCUR Radio Thursday, October 5th

A KU scientist has received nearly $2.3 million to continue her research into antibiotic resistance. Dr. Joanna Slusky, an assistant professor of computational biology and molecular biosciences, earned the award from the National Institutes of Health.

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Thursday, October 5th

U.S. Senators held a hearing Wednesday on Governor Sam ​Brownback's nomination for a job in the Trump Administration. 

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback answered questions Wednesday from members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee during his confirmation hearing.
Kansas News Service Thursday, October 5th

U.S. senators peppered Kansas Governor Sam Brownback with questions Wednesday during his confirmation hearing to become ambassador for international religious freedom.

Forecasters expect much of the state to see less than one percent job growth in 2018. (Photo: Neetal Parekh, Flickr Commons)
KMUW Radio Thursday, October 5th

Wichita State University's Center for Economic Development and Business Research has released its annual industry-level employment forecasts for Kansas.

Kansas News Service Wednesday, October 4th

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says funding already allocated for the Children's Health Insurance Program will run out in early 2018.

Here's a look at area headlines from the Associated Press
Associated Press Wednesday, October 4th

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s confirmation hearing begins today for him to become ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom.  

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