The company that makes it is “Clear Armor” and it specializes in laminates that mold right to your window.
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Brownback says his office is reviewing budget legislation sent to him by Kansas legislators to determine if can veto cuts in higher education spending.
Clear Armor is a product designed to protect people and property against a wide range of criminal and natural threats.
According to the Topeka-Capital Journal a 7-year old boy suffered minor injuries Friday morning after the bike he was riding collided with a car in the 3100 block of S.E. Indiana.
The most visible member of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s staff is leaving next month to become the state Lottery’s deputy director.
The Kansas Health Foundation has awarded more than $830,000 in grants to help organizations across the state with 50 projects intended to improve the health and wellness of Kansans.
Three federal judges have reduced the attorney fees and expenses that Kansas must cover for parties in a lawsuit stemming from the Legislature’s failure last year to redraw the state’s political boundaries.
A Kansas State University researcher says the prolonged North American drought is taking a toll on some species of fish, affecting their long-term viability.
History professors from Kansas and Missouri will be among panelists this month at the Dole Institute of Politics at a conference focused on the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.
At about 8:30 Thursday night emergency responders were called to the 900 block of Southwest 31st Terrace to reports of a drowning.
Topeka Police called in Shawnee County deputies as they left the city limits and continued into Jackson County where Jackson County deputies and Pottawatomie Tribal Police joined in the chase.
Washburn Tech held the first week of camp for kids entering the 7th and 8th grade to help them understand the value of technical training and employment opportunities.
The Easter Seals Capper Foundation’s summer camp, ‘iCan Bike’, got under way this week.
The Department of Defense says 2nd Lieutenant Justin Lee Sisson and another soldier were killed Monday after their unit was struck by an IED in Afghanistan.
Education is vital to the growth of Kansas, but with these budget cuts, it puts university officials in a tough spot.
In celebration of this achievement the city of Emporia had an award ceremony earlier this afternoon to receive the award.
On April 25, 2013, Hostess Brands, LLC, a new company and employer under new ownership announced plans to expand and re-launch its bakery in Emporia, Kan.