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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Wichita
  • Overland Park
  • Kansas City
  • Olathe
  • Topeka
  • Lawrence
  • Shawnee
  • Manhattan
  • Lenexa
  • Salina
  • Hutchinson
  • Leavenworth
  • Leawood
  • Dodge City
  • Garden City
  • Junction City
  • Emporia
  • Derby
  • Prairie Village
  • Hays

State of Kansas Total Population:
2,9 Million Residents

Capital City:

Largest Cities:
Wichita: 391,586
Overland Park: 188,966
Kansas City: 151,709

Bordering States:
Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma

About Kansas Public Records

The policy of the state is that public records shall be open for inspection by any person according to the Kansas Open Records Act. Any public agency that creates, stores, and maintains those records are subject to this law. A public record in Kansas can be everything from recordings, documents, and maps, to information on a computer.

Information like medical records, credit cards, library records, ongoing investigations, and more, may be blocked out.

A Short History Of Kansas

Kansas became the 34th state on January 29, 1861. Its path to statehood was long and bloody: After the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854, North and South competed to send the most settlers into the region. This led to violence, and the territory became known as "Bleeding Kansas." Kansas is home to the major U.S. military installation Fort Leavenworth. In 1954, it became a battleground of the civil rights movement when the landmark Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka case was decided in the Supreme Court, ending the doctrine of "separate but equal" in public schools. Kansas is also known for its contributions to jazz music, barbecue and as the setting of L. Frank Baum's classic children's book The Wizard of Oz.