April 24, 2014

Kansans applying for conceal and carry licenses at fast pace

More than 3,000 Kansans applied for concealed carry permits during the month of April, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today.

Schmidt said his office received 3,462 applications for concealed carry permits during April. While this number is down slightly …

All charges against Planned Parenthood dropped

The Johnson County District Attorney’s Office in conjunction with the Kansas Attorney General announced today that all charges against a Johnson County Planned Parenthood clinic have been dropped.
Initially, Planned Parenthood faced 107 criminal charges stemming from an investigation into …

Consumers may be due partial refunds for tone-up sneakers

Some Kansas consumers may be due a partial refund for their Shape-Ups, Tone-Ups and Skechers Resistance Runner shoes.

The shoe company settled with Kansas and 42 other states to resolve allegations that Skechers made unsupported health claims in advertising for …