Ron and Linda Matson are taking four of their grandchildren to Nebraska on Aug. 21 to watch the total eclipse of the sun. Three of their grandchildren going the trip are, from left, Kait Bateman, Lindsey Bateman and Kristin Bateman.
Ron and Linda Matson are taking four of their grandchildren to Nebraska on Aug. 21 to watch the total eclipse of the sun. Three of their grandchildren going the trip are, from left, Kait Bateman, Lindsey Bateman and Kristin Bateman. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Ron and Linda Matson are taking four of their grandchildren to Nebraska on Aug. 21 to watch the total eclipse of the sun. Three of their grandchildren going the trip are, from left, Kait Bateman, Lindsey Bateman and Kristin Bateman. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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  • Watch out, lots of deer are on the move in Kansas

    October signals the start of the mating season for deer in Kansas, and they will be on the move in greater numbers. The Kansas Highway Patrol tells what to watch for as you drive the roads and highways in Kansas. (Kansas Highway Patrol/YouTube)