U.S. District Judge Audrey G. Fleissig on Monday sentenced a man who stole firearms from a Hannibal farm supply store and sold one to an undercover federal agent to eight years in prison.
Two statewide races in 2020 – and context – provide important lessons for Second Amendment supporters to keep in mind for November.
The NRA-ILA just announced that the previously worrisome Kansas bill HCR 5025, has been amended to include language that limits the emergency powers of the KS state government.
Kansas Governor Kelly has called for new restrictions on firearm purchases and aligned herself with those pushing for red flag laws that would eliminate your due process rights.
At its April 25, 2019, meeting in Colby, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission voted on a number of amendments to current regulations, a few of which will benefit furharvesters.
The Kansas Pheasant Hunt For Youth & Women event is designed to provide a comfortable and positive hunting environment for new and inexperienced hunters.
As a Senator, Laura Kelly voted to take away your ability to defend yourself. As Governor, Laura Kelly will oppose our 2nd Amendment rights even more furiously.
The National Rifle Association’s Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is warning Kansans that Laura Kelly’s extreme gun control agenda would leave honest, hard-working Kansans defenseless.
The concession and endorsement of Secretary Kobach was an honorable move by Governor Colyer, and the Kansas State Rifle Association respects him for it.
Kansas hunters who primarily rely on public land access to pursue their quarry will soon have the opportunity to apply for special hunts that offer high-quality, limited-access experiences.
Are you coming to the Kansas State Rifle Association Annual Meeting on April 20-21 2018? Join us for a 2nd Amendment rally on the steps of the Kansas Statehouse before the meeting!
NWKCF has announced it will award Norton County Community Foundation’s Secure Sebelius Lake fund with a $25,000 grant and Pheasants Forever with a $10,000 grant..
White-nose syndrome (WNS), a fungal disease that affects hibernating bats, has recently been confirmed in Kansas…
Unfortunately, the bill was also amended to require anyone carrying a firearm on a college campus to have a concealed carry permit.
Small bats, big bats, brown bats, red bats, all will be explored during the Kansas Wetlands Education Center’s (KWEC) Bat Fair on Feb. 11, 2018.
Hunters searching for a good turkey hunting spot this spring, especially those with a young hunter in tow, are encouraged to apply.
In a big win for Kansas gun owners, HB 2042 was amended by Rep. Brenda Landwehr on the floor yesterday to allow adults between 18 and 21 to apply for a Kansas concealed carry permit.
The 2018 Kansas legislative session is off the starting line, and it has promised from day-one to be an interesting year.
Kathy Carroll, Bonner Springs, identified 334 unique species of birds last year while participating in the fifth annual Kansas Birding Big Year contest.
Nearly 99 percent of Kansas’ wildlife are designated as nongame species, or species that are not trapped, fished or hunted.