Today, the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) formally kicked off a $48 million, 26-month-long effort to modernize the state’s unemployment insurance (UI) system.
Scientists want Kansans in every corner of the state to help count bumblebees — those fuzzy, good-natured harbingers of summer.
When warmer temperatures come, so do many species of biting ticks. Many people take precautions to prevent bites to them and their animals, but of particular concern is a species of tick that Kansas harbors: the Lonestar tick.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred Friday night in Saline County.
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) will stop processing applications for new grower, dispensary and processor licenses for up to two years after Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 3208 on Thursday.
Now that school is out for the summer, many rural teenagers can be found in the barn working with their livestock projects, and taking them to summer shows and county fairs.
More than half the counties in the state rely on 10 or fewer families to take in foster children.
“Let us all come together to recognize and honor the men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms,” Governor Laura Kelly said.”
“This week’s Kansas missing kids are: 17 Year old Dedra Phillips of Kansas City, Kansas; 15 year old Shae Twitchell from Newton, Kansas; and 16 year old Blake Kaler from Holton, Kansas.”
“The VA, and consequently our nation, has invested a great deal of time and money into the VA Electronic Health Record Modernization program,” said Sen. Moran. “