By the Kansas Office of the Governor TOPEKA, Kan. — Governor Laura Kelly today vetoed House Bill 2284 after receiving the legislation this afternoon.The following veto message is from Governor Kelly regarding her veto of House Bill 2284:
BUHLER, Kan. — Kansas State Department of Education announced on Thursday, Dec. 7 that Buhler USD 313 Earned achievements in six Kansans Can Star Recognition outcome areas, including a gold star in Postsecondary Success and a Commissioner’s Award... Read More.
By the Office of U.S. Senator for Kansas Roger Marshall M.D. SALINA, Kan. – In response to the ongoing deadly attacks on Israel, U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D., has announced his office’s assistance in helping any Kansan in Israel safely evacuate... Read More.
By Brenna Eller HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Grammy nominated multi-platinum rock band NEEDTOBREATHE started off the Kansas State Fair at the Nex-Tech Grandstands on Friday night and ended their concert with a long-lasting encore involving the crowd.Lead singer, Bear Rinehart shared memories of how the band... Read More.
TOPEKA, Kan. – Governor Laura Kelly announced Wednesday that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted her request to allow the sale of E15 products – gasoline blended with 15% ethanol – during the summer months through an emergency waiver. This action will help... Read More.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Roger Marshall, M.D. (R-Kan.) introduced legislation to help provide stable energy rates and a reliable energy grid to states in the Southwestern Power Administration (SWPA), including Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.The Southwestern Power Administration Fund Establishment... Read More.
TOPEKA, Kan. (KNS) - Governor Laura Kelly has signed a bill to remove mandatory jail time for Kansans caught driving with a suspended or revoked license.People can lose their licenses because of issues like unpaid fines. If they’re caught driving without a valid license,... Read More.
TOPEKA, Kan. – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Kansas State Director Christy Davis today announced the availability of grants to help people repair their homes that were damaged by snow storms or wildfires in 2022.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Mid-Kansas Cooperative (MKC) announces the launch of an apprenticeship program to hire agricultural equipment operators, CDL drivers and operations specialists through Kansas Farm Bureau’s (KFB) Rural Kansas Apprenticeship Program (RKAP).“This apprenticeship program formalizes the training and opportunities for career growth that... Read More.
HAYS, Kan. (KNS) - A new youth mental health center in western Kansas will start accepting patients next month. The new Camber Children’s Mental Health hospital in Hays expects to serve more than 600 young people. That includes 14 beds for inpatient... Read More.