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Feds Give Up Plan To Restrict Farm Work By Kids
Kansas officials say they're relieved the federal government has abandoned proposed rules restricting farm work by childr...
Joplin Mercy & FEMA
Thursday, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill announced Mercy Hospital Joplin would be getting about a million and a half dolla...
KS Senate Passes Anti-Gang Law
Legislation intended to give Kansas prosecutors a new tool for curbing criminal gang activity has cleared the state Senate on...
6 KS University Leaders Get Raises
The top administrators at Kansas' six public universities will see their salaries increase in July, but private dollars w...
2 Guilty Pleas in Bailey Murder
Two men from Joplin have pleaded guilty for their roles in the death of a Pittsburg man last October. Randu Rivera and Oscar ...
Fiscal Cliff's Effect On KS
An economic consulting firm predicts Kansas would lose about 40,000 jobs next year if no deal is struck on the so-called fisc...
KS School Task Force Questioned
Democratic leaders are questioning Governor Sam Brownback's decision to appoint a task force to find efficiencies in Kans...
Brownback In Germany
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has spent the last few days in Germany. He and Commerce Secretary Pat George have been on a tra...
Filing Deadline Looms For Kansas Candidates
Candidates for local offices in Kansas have until Friday to file for the August primary. Their races are not affected by the ...
Brownback Wants To Veto Some Higher Ed Spending Cuts
Governor Sam Brownback says his office is reviewing budget legislation sent to him by Kansas legislators to determine if he c...
Girard Electric Cooperative Receiving $15 Million Grant
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says a southeast Kansas electrical cooperative is getting about $15 million to make sy...
Severe Weather, Isolated Tornadoes Possible Saturday
The Four States could be in for some wild weather this weekend. News Talk KZRG Chief Meteorologist John Wetherbee says an epi...
Dead Cow Causes Accident, 4 Hospitalized
A dead cow in the middle of a Kansas road led to a Friday night accident that sent two adults and two children to the hospita...
Holder Threatens Legal Action Over KS Gun Law
The head of the Kansas Rifle Association says gun rights supporters in Kansas are ``all in'' for a new state law that...
KBI Gets Funding For Two Projects
The budget approved by Kansas lawmakers over the weekend includes funding for two priorities of the Kansas Bureau of Investig...
Budget recommendations from Kansas Governor Sam Brownback would leave total state spending flat after two years.Brownback out...
MO Income Tax Cut Passes
Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to an income tax cut for businesses and individuals that could reduce state reve...
Weir Woman Convicted On Meth Charges
A woman from Weir is awaiting sentencing for dealing meth. 43-year-old Leslie Harrison, also known as Leslie Stultz, was conv...
New Law Will Keep More Shoppers in Miami
Shoppers will soon be able to score some better deals in Miami. Oklahoma recently changed the law that prohibited retailers f...
More KS Tax Talk
Kansas legislators are considering a proposal to lower the state sales tax on groceries as part of a larger plan that also cu...
Local Hardware Store Resisting New Credit Card Fees
Depending on where you do your shopping, you're likely to start paying more if you use plastic. Online merchants and many...
KS Proof Of Citizenship Passed By House
The Kansas House has approved Secretary of State Kris Kobach's proposal to require first-time voters to prove their U.S. ...
Kobach On Supreme Court Ruling
Secretary of State Kris Kobach says a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Arizona's immigration law gives Kansas legislators a g...
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