Kansas and Missouri residents’ utility bills may be helping to bankroll energy sector lobbying against policies aimed at lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Douglas County residents can offload some old electronics at a recycling event this Saturday, June 5.
Environmental groups remain unimpressed by Evergy’s plans to close down coal plants in the next 20 years.
The attorneys general in Missouri and Kansas have joined their Republican counterparts in 20 states demanding that the federal government not consider the social cost of carbon emissions when determining whether to approve new natural gas pipelines.
The numbers show an alarming decline in the grasshopper population on the Kansas prairie — nearly 2% a year for about a quarter century.