More than 4,000 Kansas consumers will be getting refund checks.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced that those who filed claims against Skechers USA brand Toning Shoes will get the check totaling more than $295,000.
The settlement resolved allegations that skechers made unsupported health claims in advertising it's Shape Ups Tone Ups and Resistance Runner shoes.
The multi state settlement required Skechers to refund almost 40 million dollars nationally to more than 509,000 consumers.
Kansas joined 42 other states and the Federal Trade Commission in the settlement.
Some property owners in Douglas County could soon pay more for federal insurance.
Some students at the University of Minnesota Duluth made good use of the snow mounds on their campus.
The Sedgwick County district attorney says law enforcement officers were justified in a fatal shooting that ended a 32-hour standoff at an apartment complex.