Kansans who bought electronic books may be eligible to receive a portion of a $3.8 million price-fixing settlement from Apple Inc., Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Monday in a news release.
Police are looking for a man in the fatal shooting of a 40-year-old woman in southwest Kansas. A 27-year-old man was also critically wounded after a dispute early Monday involving several people in a parking lot in Liberal, police said.
In Iola, Kan., the “chow bus” is rolling. School officials in the southeast Kansas town came up with the idea to help solve the problem of kids going without healthy meals in the summer. The bus, equipped something like a diner, might be the only one like it in the country.
The Cross-Lines Community Outreach garden in Kansas City, Kan., reached 40,000 pounds of harvested produce on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. The garden has been providing food for people in the Armourdale area since 2007.
Working ever so carefully one morning, Westar Energy’s Brad Loveless and several of his colleagues took turns holding three screeching, squawking 22-day-old peregrine falcons as they put identification bands around the birds’ legs.
A Homeland Security “panty raid” in October 2014 secured 55 pairs of “Royals” underwear from a Kansas City lingerie shop over alleged copyright infringement. The raid on Birdies was initiated by feds so local agents could “get their numbers up,” documents newly released to Vice Sports suggest. Still not amused, Birdies owner Peregrine Honig said: “It was not funny. It was scary.”
Lawyers for school districts and the state of Kansas argued Tuesday, May 10, 2016, over whether the Legislature has complied with court orders to fix inequity in funding between rich and poor school districts, and if not, how to remedy the situation. (Dion Lefler / The Wichita Eagle)