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Kansas City, Kansas is located in Wyandotte County. Zip codes in Kansas City, KS include 66106, 66115, and 66119. The median home price in Kansas City is $85,000 which is roughly $63/per square foot. More Kansas City information.

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27 min ago | The Wichita Eagle

Equity selling 2 Johnson County branches

Equity said in a joint news release with TriCentury that it will sell its branches in Spring Hill and DeSoto, pending regulatory approvals.

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7 hrs ago | Business Journal

Fort Leavenworth cuts could deal big blow to regional economy

The Kansas City region could take a significant economic hit as a result of force reductions the U.S. Army plans.

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15 hrs ago | The Garden City Telegram

Jeffery Porter

A lifetime resident of Garden City, Mr. Porter graduated from Garden City High School in 1975.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

The Capital-Journal

Seaman schools withdraw Innovative District application

Seaman Unified School District 345 on Thursday withdrew its application to become a member of the newly formed Coalition of Innovative Districts, which proponents say will allow for greater innovation and progress in public schools.

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The Pitch

Mark Gonzales and Curtis Kulig roll up at Escapist

If you skate, you've been influenced by Mark Gonzales. And even if you don't, much of what you know about skating comes from him.

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Business Journal

KC concrete products company creates East Coast hub

SpecChem LLC announced that it plans to spend $5.5 million to open a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Harleyville, S.C. SpecChem is based in Kansas City and owned by Greg Maday, a serial entrepreneur who is one of the five owners of Sporting Kansas City.

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The Pitch

Justin Timberlake oozed charm last night at the Sprint Center

Justin Timberlake Sprint Center, Kansas City Wednesday, July 30, 2014 For the full slideshow from last night, go here .

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Capital-Journal

New pizza restaurant to open by holiday shopping season

A restaurant promising customized pizzas within minutes will open in Topeka in time for the holiday season, according to its owners.

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Christian Science Monitor

Pat Roberts confronted by tea party challenger in surprise attack

Tea party challenger Milton Wolf, , confronts US Sen. Pat Roberts, during a walking tour of downtown Emporia on Wednesday, interrupting the Roberts's campaign stop to call attention to his refusal to have debates ahead of the Republican primary in Kansas.

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The Wichita Eagle

President Obama speaks in Kansas City

President Barack Obama greeted the crowd gathered at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City Wednesday morning to hear his speech on the economy.

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The Capital-Journal

Kansan pleads guilty to part in Missouri triple homicide

A Kansas man has pleaded guilty for his role in a Missouri home invasion robbery during which three people were killed.

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Hays Daily News

Changing attitudes

How else to describe an entry in the Wild West Festival parade down Hays' Main Street earlier this month with young activists touting the benefits of cannabis? The sign-toting volunteers were working on Republican gubernatorial candidate Jennifer Winn's campaign.

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The Capital-Journal

Kansas man pleads guilty to murder in shooting

A 22-year-old Kansas man is facing life in prison after pleading guilty to premeditated first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of another man in September.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

NBC Action News

KCK Pandarama daycare may remain open

A longstanding daycare facility in Kansas City, Kan., may be able to remain open after the Kansas Department for Children and Families proposed a corrective action plan Tuesday to work with Pandarama Schools to reinstate an agreement with DCF.

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The Pitch

Steve Lambert Duo, at the Broadway Jazz Club

Opportunities to enjoy jazz in Kansas City continue to unfold, and one of the latest and most exciting is during Sunday brunch at the Broadway Jazz Club.

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Breitbart.com

Abortion Clinics Continue to Close amid Lawsuits, Protests

In what has become a regular occurrence, another abortion clinic has closed its doors after years of protests and legal action by pro-life activists.

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The Capital-Journal

N.J.'s Christie schedules Aug. 20 Kansas visit

Republican Gov. Chris Christie will be swinging through the South as part of another jam-packed month of travel boosting fellow GOP candidates.

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The Wichita Eagle

Obama supporters line up early to try for tickets to KC speech

A line stretched outside the Uptown Theater on Monday morning with people waiting to get tickets to see President Obama speak there on Wednesday.

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Business Journal

KC presidential visit: Obama will dine with residents; hotel prep

Josh Earnest , Obama's press secretary, called ahead to invite four Kansas Citians to dine with the president, Reuters reports .

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Examiner.com

Q & A: Will I go to jail if I spank my child?

Q: A social worker friend of mine, who works for the State of Missouri Children's Division, told me that I could get into trouble if I spank my child, but I've been told by others that it actually is not against the law to spank a child.

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