Topeka, Kan. (KSNT) - The governor says Kansas will only be able to help residents who rely on federal programs through mid-November.
Governor Sam Brownback issued a statement today saying his administration is committed to minimizing the shutdown's effects.
The governor said the state's healthy cash reserves allow it to juggle funds to programs that are sustained by federal dollars.
If the shutdown continues, the state can't be sure it can provide benefits for November under the women, infants and children program - or WIC - which helps poor mothers with young children buy food.
Gail Wise didn't know she was getting anything special when she drove away from a Chicago Ford dealership in the spring of 1964 in the first Mustang ever sold.
Shawnee County Commissioners voted on a home rule resolution Thursday morning.
Topeka Police say they're feeling better about their investigation four days after bodies were found in the City's first quadruple homicide.