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    Kiplinger Moves Kansas from “Mixed Tax Friendly” to “Not Tax Friendly”

    A business forecasting and financial advice periodical compares tax rates and rules of the 50 states each year. In 2016, the magazine labeled Kansas...

    Wichita Eagle Gives Veteran Pro-Lifer David Gittrich A Respectful Send-Off, Almost

    David Gittrich, one of the greatest pro-life activists in Kansas history, died Tuesday of kidney cancer. To its credit, the Wichita Eagle gave Gittrich...

    KC Star Fails To Add Context to Report on State Services

    The Kansas City Star published an expose on the shrinking size of state government without providing accurate context. "A review of workforce reports reveals that...

    Big Potential for Cost Savings at Kansas Universities

    An analysis of staffing levels prepared by Kansas Policy Institute (KPI) shows the University of Kansas appears to be far and away the most...

    Two Arrested for Deadly Lawrence Shoot-out. “Main Guy” Still At Large?

    On early Sunday morning, October 1, three people people were shot dead in Lawrence, Kansas. On Tuesday, October 17, the Lawrence police announced the...

    KU Could Be on The Hook for Millions If Football Coaches...

    There is something about losing five straight football games and giving up an average of more than 50 points a game that gets taxpayers...

    Dem Leaders Request Interim Committee on School Finance

    Legislative leadership will consider whether to create an interim committee on school finance in light of the Kansas Supreme Court's recent school finance ruling,...

    If the Folly Can Ban Milo, Can the Sprint Center Ban...

    Kid Rock, the entertainer Democrats fear most, will be hosting the "Greatest New Year's Eve Bash on Earth" at the Sprint Center in Kansas...

    Edgemoor Pitching New KCI to Non-Users: “If You Don’t Fly, You...

    At least as reported by Fox4kc, Edgemoor managing director Geoffrey Stricker has been quietly pitching his new single terminal design to Kansas City voters...

    Wind Blamed for Destruction of Jewish Symbol at K-State

    Severe weather damaged a Sukkah on the Kansas State University campus, but that didn't stop K-State President Richard Myers from releasing a statement condemning...

    Cook: Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District ‘Leans Republican’

    The Cook Political Report moved Kansas' 2nd Congressional District from "Likely Republican" to "Leans Republican" in its latest report, a nonpartisan newsletter that analyzes campaigns...

    Adidas Scandal May Have Left its Footprint on KU

    A trio of reporters at KU's Daily Kansan--Conner Mitchell, Sean Collins and Wesley Dotson--are getting some deserved national attention for their work in tracking...