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Cable Industry Opposes Expanded Broadband

By associated-press On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 18:53:00

Cable Industry Opposes Expanded Broadband

The cable industry wants Kansas lawmakers to pass a measure that would prohibit cities from starting their own TV or broadband services. The measure sought by the Kansas Cable Telecommunications Association also would keep cities from partnering with private businesses for those services. J...

 
 

Kansas Lawmakers Seek To Leave Health Act

By associated-press On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 18:43:37

Kansas Lawmakers Seek To Leave Health Act

Some conservative Kansas lawmakers are pushing to let the state join a compact seeking independence from the Affordable Care Act. Rep. Brett Hildabrand introduced the measure in the House Committee on Federal and State Affairs last week to make Kansas a member of the Health Care Compact. Ei...

 
 

KU Site Helps Students With Business Startups

By associated-press On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 18:31:11

KU Site Helps Students With Business Startups

Students at the University of Kansas will be able to bring their startup ideas to a new university-run business accelerator. The new program, KU Catalyst, is a joint project between the School of Business and the Bioscience and Technology Business Center. It will seek to connect students with men...

 
 

Lawmaker Asks If Lobbyist Can Testify

By associated-press On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 18:25:03

Lawmaker Asks If Lobbyist Can Testify

A Republican Kansas lawmaker is questioning if it was legal for a representative of the Unified Government of Kansas City and Wyandotte County to testify on a gun bill. State Rep. Brett Hildabrand says he thinks Mike Taylor, a lobbyist for the Unified Government of Kansas City, may have broken t...

 
 

Surveys Tracking Backyard Birds

By ksal-staff On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 13:36:09

Surveys Tracking Backyard Birds

Bird watchers around the state can participate in two essential studies on winter bird populations simply by keeping a watchful eye. According to the Kansas Deparment of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism the first study is going on right now, through Sunday. The Kansas Winter Bird Feeder Survey will b...

 
 

Hunt: KC Could Host Super Bowl

By associated-press On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 13:22:55

Hunt: KC Could Host Super Bowl

Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt believes Kansas City could pull off hosting a Super Bowl after the NFL decided to bring its marquee game to a cold-weather venue this season. That doesn't mean he expects it to happen anytime soon. Speaking to reporters in New York ahead of Sunday's game between Denv...

 
 

More Snow On The Horizon

By toddpittenger On Sat, 01 Feb 2014 13:08:02

More Snow On The Horizon

A winter storm system that brought sleet and snow to parts of Kansas is a prelude to expected multiple days of accumulating snow over the next week. A mix of sleet and snow fell over a large part of Kansas Friday into Saturday. According to National Weather Service preliminary reports, some of...

 
 

Clark Shultz To Fill Open Senate Seat

By ksal-staff On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 23:12:31

Clark Shultz To Fill Open Senate Seat

The new State Senator in the 35th District of Kansas is Clark Shultz. The 35th District is comprised of all of McPherson County and portions of six other Central Kansas counties. Until recently, it had been represented for several years by Jay Emler. Emler resigned the seat to take an appointme...

 
 

Man Gets Probation For Killing Cat

By associated-press On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 23:05:16

Man Gets Probation For Killing Cat

A Junction City man was sentenced to one year of probation for killing his girlfriend's cat by stuffing cigarettes and cotton swabs down its throat. William Lemieux Jr., who had pleaded no contest to animal cruelty in November, was sentenced Friday in Geary County District Court. Lemieux al...

 
 

Kansans Weigh In On Keystone XL Pipeline

By associated-press On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 23:02:54

Kansans Weigh In On Keystone XL Pipeline

A new report from the U.S. State Department on the Keystone XL pipeline has drawn varying reactions in Kansas, where a separate section of the Keystone pipeline is operating. The State Department on Friday raised no major environmental objections to the $7 billion pipeline from Canada, though th...

 
 
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