More Videos

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision' 2:05

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision'

Chiefs QB Alex Smith likes what he saw in team's 30-13 win over Chargers 7:44

Chiefs QB Alex Smith likes what he saw in team's 30-13 win over Chargers

Watch: Could this be America's roughest street? A Kansas town lays claim to one heck of a bump 2:19

Watch: Could this be America's roughest street? A Kansas town lays claim to one heck of a bump

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt sets franchise rookie rushing record for a season 4:24

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt sets franchise rookie rushing record for a season

Bill Self has high praise for Udoka Azubuike after win over Cornhuskers 0:53

Bill Self has high praise for Udoka Azubuike after win over Cornhuskers

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers 1:22

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers

Ron Parker talks about role of Chiefs' secondary in victory over Chargers 0:53

Ron Parker talks about role of Chiefs' secondary in victory over Chargers

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers 5:08

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers

Chiefs' Chris Jones on Bob Sutton, Marcus Peters and 'some girl' 1:09

Chiefs' Chris Jones on Bob Sutton, Marcus Peters and 'some girl'

  • What if Sam Brownback goes back to Washington?

    Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is believed to be considering a job with the Trump administration. His departure, some Kansas lawmakers say, could make it easier to solve the state’s budget headaches. This video was originally published Dec. 1, 2016.

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is believed to be considering a job with the Trump administration. His departure, some Kansas lawmakers say, could make it easier to solve the state’s budget headaches. This video was originally published Dec. 1, 2016. Dave Helling The Kansas City Star
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is believed to be considering a job with the Trump administration. His departure, some Kansas lawmakers say, could make it easier to solve the state’s budget headaches. This video was originally published Dec. 1, 2016. Dave Helling The Kansas City Star

If Sam Brownback joins Donald Trump’s administration, would a Kansas budget fix follow?

December 01, 2016 12:00 PM

UPDATED December 03, 2016 10:34 PM

More Videos

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision' 2:05

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision'

Chiefs QB Alex Smith likes what he saw in team's 30-13 win over Chargers 7:44

Chiefs QB Alex Smith likes what he saw in team's 30-13 win over Chargers

Watch: Could this be America's roughest street? A Kansas town lays claim to one heck of a bump 2:19

Watch: Could this be America's roughest street? A Kansas town lays claim to one heck of a bump

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt sets franchise rookie rushing record for a season 4:24

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt sets franchise rookie rushing record for a season

Bill Self has high praise for Udoka Azubuike after win over Cornhuskers 0:53

Bill Self has high praise for Udoka Azubuike after win over Cornhuskers

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers 1:22

Chiefs' Eric Berry encourages teammates before they face Chargers

Ron Parker talks about role of Chiefs' secondary in victory over Chargers 0:53

Ron Parker talks about role of Chiefs' secondary in victory over Chargers

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers 5:08

Andy Reid thanks Chiefs fans after win over Chargers, refers to Los Angeles Chargers as San Diego Chargers

Chiefs' Chris Jones on Bob Sutton, Marcus Peters and 'some girl' 1:09

Chiefs' Chris Jones on Bob Sutton, Marcus Peters and 'some girl'

  • FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

    The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to undo 2015 Obama-era “net neutrality” rules that guaranteed equal access to internet on Thursday.