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Nearly 400 Kansas Farm Bureau members on Monday wrapped up business for their organization during the bureau’s 104th annual meeting.  The policies adopted will now become the organization’s road map for the 2023 legislative session. Topics of discussion included water, medical marijuana and energy production.  more
Policy focused on mileage tax on vehicles, water, federal disaster programs, the lesser prairie chicken and other key issues was approved by members of the Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) during the group’s annual business meeting Dec. 2 in Wichita.  more
Six northwestern Kansas newspapers and a shopper have been sold to brothers from Washington and Montana. The Oberlin Herald reported that Jesse and Lloyd Mullen of Mullen Newspapers purchased The … more
LAWRENCE, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 7, 2022--Endpoints News announced today its annual Women in Biopharma special report, featuring 20 of the most extraordinary women engaged in drug research and … more
Multi-Unit Franchisees Further Investing in Bathroom Remodeling Franchise as Systemwide Sales Continue to SoarCHICAGO, Dec. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Re-Bath, the nation's largest complete bathroom … more
Jackson County will pay $5.3 million to a former sheriff's deputy who alleged he was fired because of his age and health conditions. The county legislature voted Monday to settle the lawsuit filed by … more
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 6, 2022--Sealy & Company, a fully-integrated commercial real estate investment and operating company and recognized leader in the industrial real estate market, … more
Keeping older adults active in their communities and maintaining safe transportation are the goals of Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, which is this week, Dec. 5 to 9. more
Kirstie Alley, a two-time Emmy winner who starred in the 1980s sitcom “Cheers” and the hit film “Look Who’s Talking,” has died. She was 71. Her death was announced Monday by her children on … more
Kansas House Republicans have promoted their No. 2 leader into the top job of speaker. Meanwhile, Democrats on Monday picked a veteran of state and local politics to lead them over a much younger … more
A man has pleaded guilty in the death of a 4-year-old Kansas City boy, whose killing led to a federal anti-crime task force. Ryson Ellis, 24, of Kansas City, pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree … more
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has identified a man who was shot and killed by a Topeka police officer. The KBI says 28-year-old Dylan Walstrom, of Topeka, was shot while he struggled with the … more
Newly released economic reports include some positive signs, but also some less than encouraging indicators at the state and regional levels.  more
Douglas County District Attorney Suzanne Valdez said the fatal shooting of a Lawrence man by police officers was legally justified. Valdez announced Thursday that a Kansas Bureau of Investigation … more
Kansas collected 5.3% less in taxes than it expected in November. The report Thursday from the state Department of Revenue marked the first time in more than two years that collections have fallen … more
A Kansas Supreme Court justice has resigned in protest from a part-time teaching job at a state law school following what he says was an unsuccessful university attempt to pressure students into … more
Kansas Bureau of Investigation Director Kirk Thompson says he will retire in January. Thompson has led the law enforcement agency since July 2011. Republican Kris Kobach will name Thompson's … more
Kansas’ Republican elections chief is decrying what he calls a “horrible environment” for local officials overseeing voting and counting ballots this year. Secretary of State Scott Schwab made … more
Topeka police say an officer shot and killed a man during a struggle over a gun. Police Chief Bryan Wheeles says the man was shot early Thursday as the officer was investigating a car, which was … more
The Kansas Department of Agriculture released a report this week on an international trade mission that included Kansas cattlemen as participants earlier this fall.  more
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