Monday marked a historic moment in Kansas legal history.
When the U.S. Supreme Court started its new term Monday, it heard the first of three Kansas cases.
It is the first time in modern Kansas history that the state has had three cases pending before the Supreme Court at one time, the attorney general's office says.
The court will hear all three cases within the next month, starting Monday with a capital murder case out of Osage County, where James Kahler shot to death his . . .