The boy's mother described the bill as "completely astronomical."
The number of people who took their lives rose across every demographic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Kansas Secretary of State and Republican candidate for governor, Kris W. Kobach, waved to families at a parade outside Kansas City while riding in a red, white and blue Jeep Wrangler fitted with a mounted machine gun Saturday.
Rudy Samuel was released without a citation after the officers checked his vehicle.
This week, lawmakers in my home state voted to make it harder for foster children to find a loving family.
Kobach failed to enforce a court-ordered freeze on Kansas's controversial voter registration laws.
Weiqiang Zhang's case comes as the Trump administration talks of punishing China for the theft of intellectual property.
Caleb Schwab, the son of Kansas Republican state Representative Scott Schwab, died in the accident in August 2016.
The NCAA Final Four gets underway on Saturday in San Antonio.
Complaint filed by the ACLU said the aerospace engineer was left feeling distressed and humiliated.
The statue was erected more than a century ago after funding from local working-class men and women.
Nearly 7,000 earthquakes occurred between 2014 and 2016.
Angus's owner said he had many qualities that would make him a good governor.
The U.S. Secret Service was already familiar with the man.
The fight between two Call of Duty gamers that led to the shooting allegedly started over a $2 game wager.
Residents of a small farming town in Oklahoma fear what will happen if the federal government carries out biological warfare testing in the area.
Disabled voters' ballots were tossed because of an "unintended consequence" in the state law, county commissioners said.
Trump Jr. is cozying up to Kansas gubernatorial hopeful Kobach, who heads the president's controversial "voter fraud" commission.
Kris Kobach tried to change federal voter registration laws to include proof-of-citizenship requirements as he imposed in Kansas.
Shari Webber-Dunn, an inmate serving a murder charge in Kansas, said her First Amendment rights were violated by "Christian propaganda" posted in the prison.