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VATICAN CITY (AP) — In a Holy Thursday ritual symbolizing humility, Pope Francis washed and dried the feet of a dozen residents of a Rome juvenile prison, assuring them of their dignity and telling … more
TOPEKA - The Kansas Department of Transportation announces a Call for Projects for Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure projects in advance of applications being accepted for these projects … more
LENEXA, Kan. — Grandview Cabinetry in Parsons has been selected to receive an EPA Region 7 2022 Pollution Prevention Award for their solvent and water conservation practices. The company … more
A proposal designed to thwart environmentally and socially conscious investing has cleared the Kansas Legislature but divisions within its GOP majorities kept the measure from being a strong as some … more
Kansas lawmakers have approved a bill aimed at helping parents opt their children out of public school lessons with LGBTQ-themed materials. The Republican-controlled Kansas House voted 76-46 on … more
Wyandotte County officials say three men are charged with attempted capital murder after a shootout with Kansas City, Kansas, police officers. Three officers were hospitalized after the confrontation … more
TOPEKA – Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) launched a statewide art contest today, inviting K-12 students to share their visions on the theme: WHAT DOES HOME MEAN TO … more
TOPEKA, Kan. — Leadership Kansas, one of the country's oldest and most distinguished statewide leadership programs, on Monday announced its Kansas Emerging Leaders (KEL) Class of 2023. KEL is a … more
OLATHE, Kan. — Governor Laura Kelly on Wednesday participated in a roundtable discussion on the need to decriminalize fentanyl test strips in Kansas. She was joined by healthcare, medical, … more
As fossil fuel emissions continue warming Earth's atmosphere, the Biden administration is turning to hydrogen as an energy source for vehicles, manufacturing and generating electricity. It's offering … more
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Republicans removed the state's only nonbinary legislator from House committees after the lawmaker provided refuge to a transgender rights activist. In Florida, two … more
GLEN ALLEN, Mo. (AP) — A tornado ripped through southeastern Missouri before dawn on Wednesday, killing five people and causing widespread destruction as the third in a series of deadly massive … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is tightening rules that limit emissions of mercury and other harmful pollutants from coal-fired power plants. That's an update to standards … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — A spokesman for Mike Pence said Wednesday that the former vice president will not appeal a judge's order compelling him to testify in the Justice Department's investigation into … more
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas is banning transgender athletes from girls’ and women’s sports from kindergarten through college, the first of several possible new laws restricting the rights of … more
Three police officers have been shot and injured in Kansas City, Kansas. The police department in Kansas City Missouri, said on Twitter that the officers were shot Wednesday afternoon. Few details … more
SHAWNEE, Kan. — Topeka resident, Bobby Parkhurst, was fishing at Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 2 when the catch-of-a-lifetime came into contact with his lure. Little did Parkhurst know that … more
A former researcher who was accused of hiding work he was doing in China while employed by the University of Kansas is asking a judge to reverse his conviction for making a false statement. Feng … more
A Kansas bill that would block transgender people from using public bathrooms associated with their gender identities has cleared the Republican-controlled Legislature. The state Senate voted 2812 on … more
Kansas legislators have given final approval to a bill that could subject doctors to lawsuits or criminal charges if they're accused of not providing enough care to infants born during abortion … more
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