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Science
11:55 am
Fri May 2, 2014

Final Kansas Budget Could Delay Funding For KU's New Bioscience Research Facility

A tentative deal on a final Kansas budget does not include $2 million dollars to help fund a new bioscience research and development center at the University of Kansas.

Governor Sam Brownback has urged legislators to include funding for the proposed Kansas Institute of Translational Chemical Biology, but he didn’t include the proposal in his budget amendment.

House Appropriations Committee Chairman Gene Suellentrop of Wichita says budget negotiators felt the proposal needed further study.

Government
6:21 am
Mon April 15, 2013

Obama To Visit KU, But Few Details Known (Updated)

Updated April 17, 6:44am: In the wake of the tragedy in Boston, President Obama has canceled his visit to Kansas.

President Barack Obama will visit the University of Kansas campus later this week. But so far, few details have been released about the Friday event.

Presidential visits can go several ways. One way is the public speech or public appearance, like Obama’s last visit to Kansas in 2011 when he made a policy speech in Osawatomie.

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2013 Legislative Session
6:19 am
Tue February 19, 2013

Senate Budget Would Cut $10M for KU Med Building

There was a setback for the University of Kansas Medical Center in state budget discussions Monday.

A Senate committee voted to cut out $10 million that would help pay for a new health education building.

Republican Senator Tom Arpke from Salina originally proposed the cut. Arpke pointed to the tuition increases at KU compared to other universities in the state

“Looking at the overall performance at the Regents universities, it seems to me that the University of Kansas was being... a little fiscally irresponsible,” he said.

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Health
6:02 am
Mon October 22, 2012

KHF Awards $1.5 Million To KU School Of Public Health

Fundraising efforts to establish a school of public health at the University of Kansas have received a big boost from the Kansas Health Foundation.

 

Headlines
11:07 am
Tue August 28, 2012

Top Morning News

Open Meetings Act; Statehouse Repairs Funded; State Withholds Payment to 3M; KU Ticket Scalping Case  

Governor’s Open Meeting Issues Continue

Brownback and the Shawnee County district attorney continue to disagree about some alleged violations of the Kansas Open Meetings Act.

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Statehouse Repairs Funded

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