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About Kansas

Kansas is a state located in the Midwestern United States. It is bordered by Nebraska to the north, Missouri to the east, Oklahoma to the south, and Colorado to the west. The state was named after the Kansa Native American tribe, which inhabited the area. The area that is now Kansas was first explored by Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. In the early 19th century, the area was part of the Louisiana Purchase, and was later organized as part of the Missouri Territory. In 1854, the Kansas-Nebraska Act opened the area to settlement, and the Kansas Territory was established. The Kansas Territory was the site of a bloody conflict between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces, known as Bleeding Kansas. The conflict was part of the larger struggle over the issue of slavery in the United States. In 1861, Kansas was admitted to the Union as a free state. During the late 19th century, Kansas experienced a period of rapid growth and development. The state was a major producer of wheat, and the railroads helped to open up the area to settlement. The population of the state grew rapidly, and many new towns and cities were established. In the 20th century, Kansas continued to experience growth and development. The state was a major producer of wheat and other agricultural products, and the oil industry also developed in the state. The state also experienced a period of industrial growth, and many new factories and businesses were established. Today, Kansas is a major agricultural state, and is also home to a number of major industries. The state is also home to a number of universities and colleges, and is a popular tourist destination. Kansas is known for its wide open spaces, and is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as camping, fishing, and hunting.

Kansas Facts

  1. Kansas is the 15th largest state in the United States.
  2. Kansas is home to the world’s largest hand-dug well, the Big Well, located in Greensburg.
  3. Kansas is the birthplace of the world’s first helicopter, the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, which was invented by Igor Sikorsky in 192
  4. Kansas is home to the world’s largest prairie dog town, located in Cimarron National Grassland.
  5. Kansas is the only state in the United States to have a state dinosaur, the Tylosaurus.
  6. Kansas is home to the world’s largest ball of twine, located in Cawker City.
  7. Kansas is the only state in the United States to have a state amphibian, the Barred Tiger Salamander.
  8. Kansas is home to the world’s largest collection of Native American artifacts, located at the Kansas Museum of History in Topeka.
  9. Kansas is the only state in the United States to have a state insect, the European honeybee.
  10. 1 Kansas is home to the world’s largest collection of Native American petroglyphs, located at Monument Rocks in Gove County.

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Home - KS Courts


Kansas state courts—including district courts, the Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court—provide people a venue to resolve disputes through a fair and impartial legal process by upholding and applying the Constitution and law of Kansas and the United States. About How Do I... Locate an Attorney Find Court Forms Pay a Fine or Fee Get Legal Help

Public - KS Courts


Public court records are accessible at each courthouse and through a variety of online searches. Search district court records Request court records The Kansas Open Records Act allows you to inspect and obtain copies of public records maintained by Kansas courts, as long as those records are not exempt from disclosure. Request court records

Office of Judicial Administration - Kansas District Court Records Search


Welcome to the Kansas District Court Records Search application where you can find information regarding Kansas District Court Records cases. The cost is $1.50 per search and $1.50 per case retrieved for view. Your search may result in no cases being available. You will still be charged the $1.50 for the search.

State court websites | NCSC


The court structure chart summarize the key features of each state's court organization. To simplify finding court addresses, we have created new pages for some state trial courts to provide comprehensive contact information and will gradually add links to specific district or courthouse Web sites on those pages rather than on this index page.

Kansas Highway Patrol, KS | Official Website


The Kansas Highway Patrol is a law enforcement agency dedicated to the Service, Courtesy, and Protection. The Patrol’s Kansas state troopers, Capitol Police officers, motor carrier inspectors, and civilian workers are devoted to improving the quality of life for citizens and travelers in Kansas.

District of Kansas | United States District Court


Welcome to the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas! ... 500 State Ave Kansas City, KS 66101 913-735-2200 [email protected] Map It | View. Frank Carlson Federal Building. 444 S.E. Quincy Topeka, KS 66683 785-338-5400 [email protected]

Kansas Court Records - KS State Courts


Kansas State Courts The Kansas judicial system is made up of both supreme and appeals courts, and trial courts, some of which operate on a regional basis. All of the courts have their own purpose and some are even subject-matter courts dealing with one specific issue.

Appellate Search - kscourts.org


To access case information, enter the five- or six digit appellate court case number or the party's name and/or the county's name. Although the complete appellate court case number contains a year and court designation ( e.g., 02-88639-S), this inquiry system uses only the center five digits. Enter the numbers 88639 to search by appellate court ...

Kansas Court Records | StateRecords.org


Online access to case information of court records from Kansas District Courts is provided on the Kansas Courts website. The Kansas eCourt Public Access Portal uses the centralized case management system to provide case information through from the following districts: 4th Judicial District: Anderson, Coffey, Franklin, and Osage counties

Kansas Counties:

  1. Allen County
  2. Anderson County
  3. Atchison County
  4. Barber County
  5. Barton County
  6. Bourbon County
  7. Brown County
  8. Butler County
  9. Chase County
  10. Chautauqua County
  11. Cherokee County
  12. Cheyenne County
  13. Clark County
  14. Clay County
  15. Cloud County
  16. Coffey County
  17. Comanche County
  18. Cowley County
  19. Crawford County
  20. Decatur County
  21. Dickinson County
  22. Doniphan County
  23. Douglas County
  24. Edwards County
  25. Elk County
  26. Ellis County
  27. Ellsworth County
  28. Finney County
  29. Ford County
  30. Franklin County
  31. Geary County
  32. Gove County
  33. Graham County
  34. Grant County
  35. Gray County
  36. Greeley County
  37. Greenwood County
  38. Hamilton County
  39. Harper County
  40. Harvey County
  41. Haskell County
  42. Hodgeman County
  43. Jackson County
  44. Jefferson County
  45. Jewell County
  46. Johnson County
  47. Kearny County
  48. Kingman County
  49. Kiowa County
  50. Labette County
  51. Lane County
  52. Leavenworth County
  53. Lincoln County
  54. Linn County
  55. Logan County
  56. Lyon County
  57. McPherson County
  58. Marion County
  59. Marshall County
  60. Meade County
  61. Miami County
  62. Mitchell County
  63. Montgomery County
  64. Morris County
  65. Morton County
  66. Nemaha County
  67. Neosho County
  68. Ness County
  69. Norton County
  70. Osage County
  71. Osborne County
  72. Ottawa County
  73. Pawnee County
  74. Phillips County
  75. Pottawatomie County
  76. Pratt County
  77. Rawlins County
  78. Reno County
  79. Republic County
  80. Rice County
  81. Riley County
  82. Rooks County
  83. Rush County
  84. Russell County
  85. Saline County
  86. Scott County
  87. Sedgwick County
  88. Seward County
  89. Shawnee County
  90. Sheridan County
  91. Sherman County
  92. Smith County
  93. Stafford County
  94. Stanton County
  95. Stevens County
  96. Sumner County
  97. Thomas County
  98. Trego County
  99. Wabaunsee County
  100. Wallace County
  101. Washington County
  102. Wichita County
  103. Wilson County
  104. Woodson County
  105. Wyandotte County

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