Judge grants delay in sentencing to second former Kansas official in ticket scandal case

Another ex-KU official granted sentencing delay

Army officer running 31 miles on 9/11 to honor 10 soldiers he lost during deployment to Iraq

Army major honors fallen soldiers with run on 9/11

Colo. gubernatorial candidate refuses to back down and is on November ballot

Colo. gubernatorial candidate refuses to back down

Colo. gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes stays in race, on ballot despite pressure to drop out

GOP Maes stays in Colo. governor’s race

DENVER — Republican Dan Maes, Democrat John Hickenlooper and American Constitution Party candidate Tom Tancredo are officially on the November ballot in the race for Colorado governor.

Colo. gubernatorial candidate refuses to back down, appears headed for ballot

Colo. gubernatorial candidate refuses to back down

Judge overturns Neb. ban on flag mutilation for Kan. church members who revel at troop deaths

Federal judge blocks Neb. ban on flag mutilation

Judge rules Mo. funeral protests ban, a response to Westboro demonstrations, unconstitutional

Judge: Mo. funeral protest ban unconstitutional

Kan. GOP congressional candidate apologizes for linking to racist blog attacking Dem. opponent

Kan. GOP candidate’s campaign links to racist blog

Kansas GOP voters pick Rep. Moran as US Senate nominee in primary race run hard to right

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Johnston captures Dem nod for US Senate in Kansas

Johnston captures Kansas Dem nod for US Senate

Brownback wins GOP nod for governer in Kansas; Carnahan, Blunt capture Mo. Senate nominations

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Brownback wins GOP nod for governer in Kansas; Carnahan is Democratic Senate nominee in Mo.

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Brownback has no trouble winning GOP nod for Kan. gov., is favored to win November election

Kan. GOP anoints Brownback as gov. nominee

Voters pick from crush of candidates in Missouri, Michigan, Kansas primaries

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Chief Justice Davis retires from Kansas Supreme Court immediately, cites health reasons

Kan. Supreme Court Chief Justice Davis retires

Kansas’ often genial politics turns nasty in Senate race as GOP looks for conservative fighter

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Ariz. sheriff defends immigration law at rally for Kansas political candidate who wrote it

Arizona sheriff defends immigration law

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — An Arizona sheriff known for his tough stance on illegal immigration defended his state’s new immigration-enforcement law Tuesday as he stumped for the Kansas secretary of state candidate who helped write it.

Black political leaders seek to recapture momentum from 2008 election during NAACP convention

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Kan. doctor admits knowing patients overdosed but says he changed clinic to avoid more deaths

Kansas doctor admits knowing patients overdosed

Kansas senator reads formal apology resolution to American Indians at Washington ceremony

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NY congressman questions need to move Plum Island animal disease lab to Kansas

NY lawmaker questions Plum Island disease lab sale

Kan. Senate narrowly rejects effort to override governor’s veto of late-term abortion bill

Kan. Senate fails to override abortion bill veto

Kansas House votes to override Democratic Gov. Parkinson’s veto of late-term abortion measure

Kansas House votes to override abortion veto

Kan. House fails to override veto of bill rewriting late-term abortion law, may try again

Kan. House fails to override veto on abortion law

Nebraska governor signs landmark bills that bar some abortions, require screening

Neb. governor signs landmark abortion bills

Retired Justice O’Connor says fight inevitable over Obama’s choice to replace retiring Stevens

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At a glance: 5 things to know about the tea party movement in the states

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Supreme Court will weigh free speech issues in case of anti-gay military funeral protests

Court to rule in military funeral protest case

Joint Chiefs chair Mullen says US victory will come with time and ‘near-constant readjustment’

Joint Chiefs chair: ‘Readjustment’ brings victory

Democratic lawmaker calls on GOP Kan. House speaker to step down over participation in lawsuit

Democrat: GOP Kan. House speaker should step down

Texting while driving would be banned in Kansas under bill legislative panel will sponsor

Kansas to debate ban on texting while driving

Kansas to map broadband coverage gaps with aim of expanding access in rural areas

Kansas to use stimulus funds to boost broadband

Kan. lawmaker in ‘Opossum, the other dark meat’ cap chiding Obama apologizes to those offended

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