Governor Brownback has announced he will hold a barbecue Tuesday evening at Cedar Crest after legislators return to the Capital City for a special session.
Reporters are invited to this dinner after private dinners last year were thought to have broken the Kansas Open Meetings Act.
The governor called lawmakers back to the Statehouse last month. Elected leaders say work will focus on making adjustments to the state's Hard 50 law and the senate will review appointments made since the legislative session was adjourned earlier this summer.
We've already seen flurries on several occasions this season and that means bundling up to keep warm.
A southeast Kansas school superintendent says he was shocked to learn Gov. Sam Brownback was going to use welfare funds for a program aimed at raising fourth-grade reading scores.
Another search party has been set for University of Kansas student Gianfranco Villagomez. Friends say they last saw Villagomez early Saturday morning.