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Lawmakers question Kansas policy on tax credit information
July 13, 2015
A decades-old Kansas policy that keeps secret the names of those who receive millions of dollars in tax credits is designed to protect taxpayer privacy, state officials said, but some lawmakers argue it keeps them from knowing which breaks are worth keeping.
Man charged in killing of 7-month-old baby in Shawnee
July 13, 2015
An Overland Park man has been charged with killing a 7-month-old baby last week in Shawnee and appeared for the first time in court on Monday.
Wichita animal control officers seek home for alligator
July 13, 2015
Wichita animal control officials are trying to figure out what to do with a 3-foot alligator that turned up in a local yard and gave its eventual captors all sorts of fits.
Kansas council to study revising records law over emails
July 13, 2015
A Kansas council that reviews legal issues plans to study expanding the state’s Open Records Act to cover officials’ emails about public business on private accounts.
Authorities still seeking Commerce Bank robber
July 13, 2015
Police and Kansas City division of the FBI are still looking for the suspect of a Commerce Bank robbery on May 27 in Shawnee.
Face to Face: Charles Jean-Baptiste
July 13, 2015
Get to know your Shawnee neighbors with our Face to Face feature.
Shawnee businesses recognized for investments, community contributions
July 13, 2015
11 businesses were honored at the annual Shawnee Economic Development Council Business Appreciation luncheon.