United States President Donald Trump (R): 276 electoral votes Hillary Clinton (D): 218 electoral votes United States Senate Jerry Moran* (R): 62% of vote Patrick Wiesner (D): 32% Robert Garrard (L): 6% United States House of Representatives 1st District Roger Marshall (R): 66% Alan LaPolice (I): 26% Kerry Burt (L): 7% 2nd … Continue reading 2016 Kansas Election Results
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We have updated our series on big predators in Kansas! Our mountain lion post now includes: New sightings.Additional information on old sightings.More information on where the mountain lions came from.A link to a handy interactive map of sightings. We have also added a new sighting and some additional details to our black bear post.
On July 1, 2016, a law will go into effect in Vermont that will impact all 50 states. It is Act 120, a labeling law requiring food manufacturers to disclose GMOs in their products.
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The record-breaking wildfire started in Oklahoma, on March 22. By morning, it had already crossed the state line into Kansas, consuming almost 48,000 acres along the way.
On Friday, March 13, 2015, laboratory samples from a backyard poultry flock in Leavenworth County, Kansas, tested positive for the H5N2 form of avian influenza.
A black bear was seen in Douglas County as late as June 23, 1966. Now bears may be making a comeback.
The last wolf in Kansas was seen in 1905. Most of the population was restricted to Mexico, Canada, and the Great Lakes—until recently.