For the last study session of 2014, Emporia city commissioners had a lighter agenda Wednesday.
Budget adjustments were already going to dominate the 2015 legislative session. Even more emphasis was added Tuesday after a Shawnee County court panel said lawmakers have to add $800 to over $1,000 in base state aid per student in order to meet constitutional mandates.
Home Health of Greenwood County will have its operations at Greenwood County Hospital across the street for the foreseeable future after a fire Monday night.
An Osage City man was hurt when his SUV crashed outside Lebo on Wednesday morning.
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.