The casino gaming area is shown in an artist’s illustration of the Castle Rock Casino Resort proposed for southeast Kansas.
The casino gaming area is shown in an artist’s illustration of the Castle Rock Casino Resort proposed for southeast Kansas. Courtesy of Castle Rock Casino Resort
The casino gaming area is shown in an artist’s illustration of the Castle Rock Casino Resort proposed for southeast Kansas. Courtesy of Castle Rock Casino Resort

Brandon Steven tried to bring Vegas to Kansas but ended up suing

February 15, 2017 07:11 AM

UPDATED February 15, 2017 01:03 PM

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    All aboard the Polar Express! The Polar Express at OJ Watson Park runs through December 16. A reading of Chris Van Allsburg’s Polar Express is followed by a crafts and a train ride to visit Santa. Stop at the campfire to enjoy s’mores and hot chocolate, then end with a special gift! Kids are encouraged to wear pajamas. An adult must also attend and register. Ages 2+. Cost is $15 per person. (Video by Matt Crow / The Wichita Eagle)