Senators are waiting on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to let them know the direction they are headed.
The final provisions of the Senate version of the bill are still unclear.
The American Chemical Society, which has 157,000 members, is a nonprofit organization that supports scientific inquiry in the field of chemistry.
The excessive heat warning remains in effect today.
The agencies will patrol city, rural, state, and federal highways.
AAA Kansas responded to almost 1000 calls so far this week.
Dangerous heat and humidity today across much of Kansas as an excessive heat warning continues. Heat index values could top 110 degrees.
The next meeting will likely be in the first half of September.
The number used in the infographic comes from the 2016 Kansas Statistical Abstract, based on 2015 estimates.
A local veterans advocate is taking steps to honor Topekans who have served in the military
This would be a less blunt instrument than forcing a special session or closing the schools.
Scattered storms have developed and they may continue through mid to late morning.
The next drawing for Super Kansas Cash is Wednesday night.
The court did not say when a decision might be made, or if a remedy might include requiring the legislature to return for a special session.
The oral arguments in Gannon are underway.
The motion to send the letter was approved 3-0.
In a statement released Tuesday, U.S. Senator Jerry Moran said he was looking for a more transparent legislative process.
Drawings are held three times a week.
Jenkins was pronounced dead at the scene.
Hot and dry across much of this week in northeast Kansas.
Kobach believes people have a right to know what their representative is doing when they make a decision or cast a vote.
Neither motorcyclist was wearing a helmet.
Kobach considers their arguments to be stretching the meaning of the statute.
Scattered showers will diminish this morning, and will leave behind the coolest day in a while.
$3.36 million jackpot up for grabs Friday night
The top states in college completion spent an average of $16,558 per pupil in 2015. Kansas ranks just 31st in total funding per pupil, at $12,055.
A frontal boundary with an outflow boundary is interacting with moisture coming in from the south this morning, this will allow for some storms to develop.
It’s vital for kids to read over the summer to keep their skills sharp.
For more information on spear phishing and how to avoid it, go to irs.gov.
Showers will end this morning in the counties along the Kansas-Nebraska border. No relief today for the rest of the area.
Those include that expected better business conditions fell 6 points in the national survey, while expected sales dropped 5 points.
The case, American Civil Liberties Union v. Donald Trump, was brought by ACLU National and the ACLU of the District of Columbia. It was filed in federal district court in Washington D.C.
The gas price average in Kansas has increased to $2.10 per gallon. That was the 7th largest increase in America.
Three tickets in the July 8 drawing matched the first five numbers, but not the Super Cashball, and are each worth $2,000.
The court has scheduled time between 9 a.m. and noon for the oral arguments on July 18.
A Heat Advisory is in effect from Noon to 7 p.m.
Generally, any external systems are separate from operations systems, which is the case at Wolf Creek.
The report brief cites the closure of the Larned juvenile detention facility in March as proof of progress in Juvenile Justice in Kansas.
A warm weekend is ahead, unless a stray storm happens by, but chances are slight.
The website for prospective candidates is runforsomething.net.
Districts can submit the application electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug. 1, 2017. The redesign would be effective for the 2018-2019 school year.
Early morning fog will burn off ahead of a warm and calm day.
The vast majority of roofers are following the law, but you can check before any work is done by going to InYourCornerKansas.org.
One area where it might is with people who are unfamiliar with Kobach.
A very slow moving low pressure system in southern Missouri continued to wrap moisture around it causing some showers in east central Kansas.
Fireworks should be okay in most places, but can’t rule out an isolated storm.
Tello is currently jailed in Garden City and will likely be charged with Second Degree Murder.
The nine-state Mid-America Business Conditions Index is at its highest level in six years at 62.3. Any number above 50 is considered indicative of a growing economy.
The response briefs in the case are due Friday.
Cloud cover is spreading into parts of northeast Kansas this morning as a result of a complex of thunderstorms in central Kansas.
New domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking-related laws go into effect for Kansas on Saturday.
Kobach himself told the Kansas City Star that he would not be providing Social Security number information to the commission.
The state, the LCC and the plaintiffs have one week to write response briefs to this initial paperwork. Those briefs are due July 7.
University campuses have known this law was on its way since the four-year moratorium passed as part of the act in 2013.
Showers will end this morning in northeast Kansas.
KDOC will conduct a review of the event and take actions as necessary to prevent further incidents in the future.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch continues in effect through 10:00am for northern and northeast Kansas, but Topeka is not included.
Roberts did not give a timeline as to when the bill might be voted on.
Kramer asked the public to contribute to the community’s safety by reporting any suspicious activity to their non-emergency number at 368-9551.
For more information related to the new law and protocol, go to www.pharmacy.ks.gov/naloxone.
Law enforcement can pull you over even if you are otherwise obeying traffic laws, if you are not buckled up.
A messy weather pattern continues throughout much of the week with continued chances of thunderstorms through early Friday.
It’s not that the group is married to the current bill. Rather, they just want to see the law improved overall.
The accident occurred just before 1:30 p.m. on US-75 highway just south of E. 117th Street.
A Tuesday morning apartment fire in Topeka prompted arson charges for a Topeka man.
Many of Kansas rural roadways are narrow and two-lane. Fixing that problem can save lives.
In February, President Donald Trump signed an executive order providing relief from the WOTUS rule.
Ultimately, it will be up to the court to determine whether they believe the new formula meets that adequacy bar.
A ridge of high pressure will build in for much of today giving us windy and warm weather
36-year-old Danny W. Queen has been charged with First Degree Murder in the death of 32-year-old Bo Matthew Hopson along with two other counts of attempted murder.
All involved in the wreck were buckled up at the time, according to the Highway Patrol.
Chad Burk of Chanute barricaded himself inside a home Friday and then broke windows out of the residence with a machete and threatened to shoot responding officers.
Initial briefs in the next round of school funding litigation are due Friday.
Temperatures will run well below average again today.
The older white male didn’t give the police any information on who wounded him.
For more information on the State Treasurer’s office, go to www.KansasCash.com.
Riat did not have an update on the man’s condition as of Friday afternoon.
The FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking is a preliminary step toward being able to use the Emergency Alert System in Blue Alert situations.
Showers end early ahead of a beautiful weekend.
KU professor Patrick Miller sees Kobach as trying to unite the more conservative wing of the party.
The KASB encourages members to contact Senators Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts while the bill is still being discussed.
If you have questions about the consumer protection functions of the Kansas Attorney General’s office, go to inyourcornerkansas.com.
The failing Puerto Rican economy has not made it easy to stay on the island.
There are two Congressional districts in Kansas that are likely to be competitive in 2018.
A few high clouds this morning, then sunny, windy and hot.
No one knows what the court might decide for a remedy, in fact, those are part of what they are asking both sides counsel for in their briefs.
During his campaign announcement on Tuesday, Jim Barnett looked back to his previous experience in a crowded Republican primary as a positive
Kaiser’s case is set for a first appearance in Shawnee County District Court on August 3rd.
Charges are merely accusations. Individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Summer officially arrives at 11:24 p.m. tonight.
Oral arguments are scheduled for Tuesday, July 18th at 9 a.m. Each side will have 60 minutes for its oral arguments.
Thirty-four year old Maroleno Devon Ryland pleaded guilty as charged to one count of commercial robbery.
The petitioners had sought to force the Wisconsin state legislature to create a new plan by this fall.
Cloudy today with a few sprinkles through early afternoon, but otherwise nice.
If you have any information related to the incident, call Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
Since special education is a Federal mandate, that would mean money would have to come from state taxes or local property taxes to make up the difference.
The Kansas Rural Mainstreet Index was slightly below neutral at 47.6, down from 48.8.
If the deadline of June 30th passes without approval for the funding the new bill will be invalidated, possibly leading to schools closing
The suspect in one stabbing was arrested on the Topeka Avenue bridge and police are searching for a female suspect in the second incident
Later in the day, if storms can get started in Nebraska, we could see some activity drift down this direction.