Kansas saw 1M vote, record for non-presidential election

More than 1 million Kansas residents voted in the state's general election earlier this month to set a record for a non-presidential year
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Kobach says he has talked to Trump but won't discuss details

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says he has talked to President Donald Trump by phone since losing the governor's race but is declining to provide further
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Kobach says he's talked to Trump but won't discuss details

Kansas Secretarty of State Kris Kobach says he has talked to President Donald Trump by phone since losing the governor's race but he is declining to provide fur
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Accused man cites state abortion law in sexual assault case

A man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl unsuccessfully argued that he could not be charged with taking advantage of a child because Kansas law s
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Topeka man shot after dragging 2 officers has died

Topeka police say a man who was shot by a state trooper while his vehicle was dragging two officers has died
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Man shot by officer after dragging 2 officers in Topeka

Topeka police say a man was shot by a law enforcement officer as his vehicle was dragging two officers
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Storm dumps from 2 to 14 inches in Kansas, canceling classes

A winter snowstorm has closed several universities and school districts in Kansas as crews work to clear the roads
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Man throws rock through Topeka police department glass door

Authorities say a man walked up to the Topeka police headquarters and threw a rock through the glass front door
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Kansas state parks are free on Black Friday

Kansas is offering a special Black Friday deal to outdoor enthusiasts
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Kansas Medicaid expansion in doubt despite governor support

The election of Democratic Laura Kelly as governor does not ensure that Kansas will expand Medicaid because conservative Republicans expanded their ranks in the
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Kansas Democrats pick Kelly, Rogers replacements next week

Two groups of local Democratic activists are meeting next week to fill the Kansas Senate seats previously held by Gov.-elect Laura Kelly and Lt. Gov.-elect Lynn
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New Kansas elections head: 'People want things to calm down'

Kansas state Rep. Scott Schwab is preparing to take over as secretary of state after promising to be less colorful and more focused on nuts-and-bolts administra
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Kansas' teacher recruitment effort attracts 3 teachers

An effort to attract more teachers to Kansas has recruited just three teachers so far, but the state is on the hook to pay $270,000 to the organization behind t
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7 schools in innovation program decide to drop out

Seven school districts in Kansas that were given special status through the state's "Coalition of Innovative School Districts" program now say it's not worth th
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Les Miles signs 5-year contract to coach Kansas

Former LSU coach Les Miles has been hired to lead Kansas' downtrodden football program
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AP Source: Les Miles hired as coach at Kansas

Les Miles is headed back to the Big 12 and another massive rebuilding job, this time taking on the long-downtrodden program at Kansas
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Kansas GOP's chairman to step down in February after 6 years

The Kansas Republican Party will be getting a new chairman in February
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Kansas unemployment rate remained at 3.3 percent in October

Kansas is reporting that its unemployment rate remained at 3.3 percent in October for the third month in a row
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Kansas AG wants to end elections chief's prosecution power

Kansas' attorney general is proposing to strip the secretary of state's office of its power to prosecute election fraud cases
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Kelly picks veteran, bipartisan group to lead transition

Kansas Gov.-elect Laura Kelly has named a veteran, bipartisan group of four people to lead her transition team
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Democratic state gains may mean tighter gun, looser pot laws

Health coverage, gun control and education funding likely to get more attention with Democratic wins in state elections
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Democratic wins could mean state action on health care, guns

Health coverage, gun control and education funding likely to get more attention with Democratic wins in state elections
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New Kansas governor greeted with positive fiscal forecast

Democratic Gov.-elect Laura Kelly has learned that she stands a better chance of fulfilling a campaign promise to boost spending on Kansas' public schools witho
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The Latest: New forecast ups Kansas tax estimate by $291M

Democratic Gov.-elect Laura Kelly has received good news about the budget picture in Kansas in a new fiscal forecast for state government
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