In Lane County, they saw 18 inches of snow, and because of that, many wheat crops are starting to snap.
“I haven’t seen heads that big since 2013 and that’s when we had almost 80 bushel,” Farmer Josh Patterson.
May Day, also known as international workers day, usually sparks demonstrations over labor issues.
Residents in more remote areas will wait longer for their power to be restored.
The state needs to find nearly $900 million to fix the budget through fiscal 2019.
Garden City Public Works is offering special waste pickups in order to help residents dispose of tree limbs.
The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that the remains were found Saturday.
Power crews are beginning to restore power, but are hampered by deep snow and blocked roads.
Kansas is reporting that total tax collections for the month of April exceeded expectations with $3.3 million more than expected.
The Kansas Highway Patrol said they are receiving reports of crashes along eastbound and westbound I-70 in western Kansas.
The Kansas Department of Revenue has launched its redesigned site http://www.ksrevenue.org.
The state Department of Revenue reported that tax collections last month were $1.8 million more than anticipated.
As the weather clears up in western Kansas, attention has turned to clearing roads and restoring power.
Authorities have released the names of a suspected gunman and three victims who died in a weekend attack.
Using Kickstarter, the entrepreneurs have garnered over $6,000 toward their $10,000 goal to begin their business.