May 27, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Category: Featured

Alleged Indian Creek Killer Charged with Murdering a Woman, #6, Also White

Only those who follow the media closely know that the alleged Indian Creek killer, Fredrick Demond Scott of Kansas City,…

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Parks Board Chair, JCCC Board Candidate Violates KOMA, AG Determines

Paul Snider violated the Kansas Open Meetings Act, the Kansas Attorney General’s Office announced last week. Snider is the chair…

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Administration Secretary Fires Back at Eagle Politicization of Shooting

As a Kansas tax agent recovered from gunshot wounds, the Wichita Eagle jumped to politicize a shooting at a Kansas Department…

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Eagle: Schools Aren’t Buying More Transgender Books for 8-year-olds

A Wichita School District official made the very sound decision not to purchase additional copies of a recommended children’s book…

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Black Stripper Who Busted White Miami Dolphins Coach Has KC, MU Roots

If there was ever a story that had everything–race, sex, drugs, politics–it was the cautionary tale heating up the Internet…

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Did A “Chiefs” Fan Really Shout the “N-Word” at a “Redskin”?

The NFL is in a tizzy over the allegation that a Chiefs fan shouted the notorious n-word at Washington Redskins…

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Can the State Supreme Court Close Kansas Schools?

The state Supreme Court didn’t explicitly threaten to close Kansas schools in its latest opinion that found public school financing…

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Monday at Plaza Library: “Russell Kirk, Charity, and the Conservative Imagination”

The Kansas City Public Library is one of the rare public institutions in America–and perhaps the only one in the…

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Supreme Court Rejects School Funding Model It Once Used

The Kansas Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional lawmakers’ most recent attempt at a school financing formula, in part, because the formula…

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Republican Legislative Leaders Call Court Disrespectful of Legislative Process

Kansas Senate leadership is drawing a line in the sand. Sen. President Susan Wagle, Vice President Jeff Longbine and Majority…

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KS Supreme Court Rules New School Funding Inadequate, Inequitable

Lawmakers have until April 30 to craft a new school financing formula. The Kansas Supreme Court ruled legislators’ latest school…

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Former Editorialist, State Legislator Rips Hutch News Ownership

Editorial-writer-turned-state-legislator Jason Probst penned an early obituary for the Hutchinson News, his employer for 15 years before he was selected…

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Woman Warned Away from Westport Violence Dies in Lawrence Shoot-Out

“I encouraged them to go to Lawrence instead of Westport because Westport has been so violent and dangerous,” Gretchen Brown…

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MO Political Operative in Bannon Crosshairs

Steve Bannon, a former advisor to President Trump, is trying to blackball Missouri political operative Jeff Roe, according to CNN.…

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Facebook Suspends MO Senate Candidate over Gun Raffle Video

Austin Petersen is suspended from Facebook for 30 days over the content of a Facebook Live video. Petersen is an Independence…

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SFFF Lawyers Clean Up with $7M from Schools

School districts funneled more than $7 million in taxpayer funding to attorneys who sued the state for additional taxpayer money.…

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Kansas Democratic Party Showdown Possible at DemoFest

The Kansas Democratic Party will gather this weekend in Wichita for the organization’s annual DemoFest. There, they’ll host special guest, Democratic…

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MO Centenarians To See First Income Tax Decrease of Their Lifetimes

How long does it take for an income tax, once introduced, to decrease? Longer than U.S. life expectancy in Missouri.…

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Southeast KC Highways “Safe,” 10-Plus Shootings in Last Month Are “Random”

In one of the least reassuring explanations in recent memory, the Kansas City Police Department insists “there is no highway…

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Prison Fix: Could State Reduce Recidivism, Retain Guards through KCI?

A partial solution to Kansas’ budget challenges and problems in the state’s prison facilities may be overlooked from the Alvarez & Marsal…

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MU Pays Up to $475,000, $625 an hour to Chicago Firm for PR Crisis Consulting

In the wake of its fall 2015 campus meltdown, the University of Missouri reached out to a Chicago public relations…

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Top Google News Story: Murderer Sues Kansas Prisons for Imposing Christianity

Each day Google sorts through the various news stories about Kansas, and on Friday chose as top story one based…

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Eagle Politicizes Shooting at Revenue Department

Within days of a Wichita shooting at a Kansas Department of Revenue office, the Wichita Eagle dragged out Democratic officials…

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No Gun Incidents at K-State Since Campus Carry, Collegian Reports

The Kansas State Collegian reports zero gun incidents at the K-State since a law allowing individuals to carry concealed weapons…

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