July 20, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Category: Featured

Did Garden City CC Really Throw “Muslim” Basketballer Out of College?

Garden City Community College in western Kansas is enduring an unexpected moment in the basketball sun due to the hasty…

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State Funds But School Boards Decide How Money Is Spent

Despite an influx of state aid to public schools, some districts will spend less on instruction as a percentage of their total…

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WSJ, Drudge Feature Archbishop Naumann Pick, See “Resistance to Pope’s Agenda”

The Wall Street Journal headline captures the spirit of the news, “U.S. Catholic Leaders Signal Resistance to Pope’s Agenda: Archbishop…

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Hays School District Voters Shoot Down Bond Proposal

Hays School District voters torpedoed a $78.5 million school bond issue on Tuesday, but it looks like another bond issue…

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KS State Aid Per Pupil Soars to Record High

State aid to Kansas public schools topped $4 billion last school year, a record that’s likely to be smashed this…

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KU Calls in Law Enforcement on Segways to Combat Campus Carry

A slew of police officers wearing bike helmets and riding Segways is making students feel safer on the University of…

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Donna Brazile’s Odd Fixation With Seth Rich

On July 10, 2016, at about 4 a.m., 26-year-old Seth Rich was murdered in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington not…

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Turnout in School Board, Municipal Elections a Mixed Bag

Kansas lawmakers moved municipal and school board elections from the spring to the fall hoping it would result in a…

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Sean Hannity Endorses Kris Kobach for Kansas Governor

On his national radio show, Fox News radio and TV host Sean Hannity endorsed Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach…

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Wyandotte County Voters Toss Incumbent Mayor

For the first time in 30 years, Wyandotte County voters rejected an incumbent mayor. David Alvey, a private school administrator…

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Kansas Democratic Party Hit with Fines Following Audit

The Kansas Democratic Party will pay $19,000 in fines to the Federal Election Commission. The fines stem from an FEC…

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Hoaxer Painted His Own Car with Racist Graffiti at K-State

A black man painted racist graffiti on his own car parked near Kansas State University, police determined. Dauntarius Williams, 21,…

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JoCo IT Blocks Kansans for Life Site at Polling Station

When Eric Teetsel went to vote at the Heritage Center, formerly King Louie, he attempted to pull up the Kansans…

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Saudi Billionaire Busted for Corruption Helped Obama Get Into Harvard

The New York Times has reported that billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was arrested on Saturday night along with…

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Legislative Leaders Name Members of Interim School Finance Committee

Eleven lawmakers will be tasked with making school finance recommendations to the Kansas Legislature. The interim committee will meet three…

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Ethics-Challenged Chief Justice Lectures Troops on Ethics

The Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice, Lawton Nuss, lectured about 35 military legal specialists on ethics via video conference. The…

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NYC Terror Suspect, Here on “Diversity Visa,” Was Once Arrested in Platte County

In December 2015, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, the chief suspect in Tuesday’s New York City terror attack, was stopped by the…

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Special Interim Committee Will Examine School Finance

The Legislative Coordinating Council agreed to convene a special study committee to examine the most recent Kansas Supreme Court ruling.…

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Hutch News Writes Love Letter to Former Editor-Turned-Representative

The Hutchinson News wrote a glowing story about Hutchinson state Rep. Jason Probst. The Democrat stepped down as the Hutchinson…

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LGBTQ Lobby Pressures Dems to Stall Brownback Nomination

The LGBTQ lobby showed its muscle at Gov. Sam Brownback’s confirmation hearing for the position of U.S. ambassador at large…

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Breaking: “Disgruntled Employee” Said To Be Suspect in “Racist” Church Vandalism

Fox4kc is reporting that a disgruntled employee of the Concord Fortress of Hope Church in south Kansas City is in…

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After The First 48, More Questions than Answers in Lawyer Murder Case

In the hit TV Show, “The First 48,” viewers are told that the first 48 hours after a murder are…

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KU Hires Previously Banned BLM Activist

Caleb Stephens, a social worker and Black Lives Matter activist, was once banned from the Twente Hall, the social welfare studies building…

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CBS Touts Tonganoxie Take Down of Tyson Chicken

“Industry and state officials are a bit mystified that any community would turn away 1,600 jobs,” says CBS News, but…

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