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Kansas City Connection: A new place for pigging out
May 18, 2014
Unless you’re headed to the riverboat casinos to gamble or to Knuckleheads Saloon to see a concert, there probably aren’t a lot of good reasons to visit the East Bottoms of Kansas City. At least not until Pigwich opened last spring.
Baker bids goodbye to Class of 2014 and longtime president
May 18, 2014
Near the start of Sunday’s commencement for Baker University’s 148th graduating class, senior class president Nancy Delgado said more than 154 undergraduates in the university’s schools of nursing and arts and science were graduating at the ceremony.
Lawrence murder suspect, 19, wanted ‘freedom from her life’
May 18, 2014
A 19-year-old woman accused of killing a 52-year-old Lawrence businessman whose home she shared told investigators she drugged the man before binding his wrists and ankles and cutting deeply through his throat, police testified Friday.
Kansas teachers protest governor in Topeka
May 18, 2014
Teachers and education advocates protested Saturday at the Kansas Statehouse against what they described as Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s policies attacking public schools.