The number of Kansas high school students vaping more than doubled in the last two years. Stephan Bisaha of the Kansas News Service reports that the state’s school board is considering a new policy to stop that.
Last month, Kelly’s attorneys filed a motion saying she should be removed from the suit because she doesn’t directly oversee the system.
Record rains caused severe flooding in Kansas this year, and that’s going to put the state at risk of more flooding next spring.
In a major decision addressing the scope of Missouri’s Sunshine Law, the Missouri Court of Appeals Tuesday ruled that Raytown’s city clerk “purposefully” violated the law when she spurned a request for public records related to a fatal traffic accident. Dan Margolies reports.