Two special benefit events end Wednesday.
The Flint Hills Community Health Center is adding to its medical staff lineup in Greenwood County.
A Shawnee County court panel says Kansas lawmakers have to add money to K-12 education. The panel doesn't say exactly how much, but it says base state aid needs to come up at minimum some $800 and could need over $1,000 per student to officially be considered adequate. And that could cost the state anywhere from $518 million to over $770 million.
Court proceedings have been delayed for one man accused of killing a second man last year and wounding a third.
Formal charges have been filed against a woman in one of two stabbing incidents logged in north central Emporia on Dec. 20.
Cuts to income taxes aren't the only reason why Kansas is facing a $280 million shortfall for the rest of this fiscal year and as much as $650 million staring in July if lawmakers fail to act.
During Tuesday's board meeting, the Flint Hills Community Health Center has approved expanding dental services in Eureka.