The Kansas Department Of Transportation Says It Was An Expensive Winter
The Kansas Department of Transportation says the winter season of 2014 was its most expensive in years.
The department spent about $22 million dollars to keep state highways open for travel during the rough winter weather.
That's the most the department's had to spend since the winter of 2008, when it spent nearly 24 million dollars.
This year's numbers won't be finalized until the end of the fiscal year.