State Budget Committees Return To Topeka This Week

Two Kansas Legislative Committees are resuming their work on budget issues this week before all lawmakers return to the capitol. The House Appropriations and Senate...

Brownback Signs Off On $291M State Budget Band-aid

The State of Kansas will use $291 million in internal government borrowing to avoid a deficit in its current budget and pay bills on...

Kansas Approves Six Point Beer Sales In Grocery And Convenience Stores

Kansas grocery and convenience stores will be able to sell regular beer starting in 2019 after a years-long effort to get full-strength brews into...

Brownback Appoints New State Treasurer

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed a state legislator as the next Kansas treasurer to replace Republican Ron Estes after Estes won a special...

Kobach Ordered To Provide Documents On Proposed Voting Law Changes

A federal judge has ordered Kansas’ top election official to turn over proposed changes to federal voting rights laws which he took to a...

Farmway, CVA Boards Approve Next Step In Potential Merger

After a review of the recently completed merger study, the Board of Directors of Farmway Co-op, Inc. (Farmway) and Central Valley Ag (CVA) both...

Tragedy Strikes Near Beloit As 6 Year Old Boy Is Killed

A 6-year-old boy lost his life as a result of a freak accident just after 7p.m. on Thursday in Mitchell County about three miles...

Senator Jerry Moran Makes Stops In Beloit And Downs (AUDIO)

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran made a stop on his 2017 listening tour in Beloit on Tuesday. He attended the Rotary Club meeting and luncheon...

Kansas Legislature Recesses For “Spring Break” Until May 1

Kansas legislators hit adjournment Friday for their “spring break” with some big tasks left for their wrap-up session beginning May 1. Priorities include taxation and...

Six Point Beer… Coming To a Grocery Store Near You?

The Kansas House has voted to give grocery stores the right to sell full-strength beer, overcoming the state’s history of strict liquor laws. The bill...