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Google Location Selection Process Under Fire For Alleged 'Cherry-Picking'By: Casey Houser
The spread of gigabit-speed Internet is one of the sensations currently sweeping the U.S. Both consumers and businesses are interested in the capability of broadband that is leagues faster than what they can currently access, and several private entities and governmental institutions are making this a reality for them through well-known, ... (more)
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Area manufacturers see skilled worker shortage
A nationwide manufacturing boom has created openings for plenty of well-paying jobs, but company leaders in the Kansas City area say there aren't enough skilled workers available to fill them all.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Homeless veterans in Kansas City get place to hang their hats
Grant Garrison and George Turner are a generation apart and fought in different wars, but they recently found themselves in about the same situation.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Bring On The Cats
K-State vs Stephen F. Austin: Game time, TV info, radio streaming, odds, and more
Our long nightmare is coming to an end. It's been 272 long, lonely days since our purple heroes took the field in anger, but tomorrow that empty feeling inside will be replaced with blessed, blessed football.
STAR bonds advance for U.S. Soccer center in WyCo
The Unified Government Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to approve an expanded and amended STAR bond district anchored by U.S. Soccer's national training center.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
New plan emerges for southeast Kansas casino
Efforts to develop a state-owned casino in southeast Kansas are getting off the ground with a plan that includes a partnership with a nearby casino in Oklahoma.
The Gardner News and The Spring Hill ...
Poster contest for Kansas kids ages 5-13
Kansas kids ages 5-13 can win big prizes in the state's Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day poster contest.
Rounds of rain in store for your Friday
BABE, CAN'T HURT YOU, SO DON'T TELL US. WE ARE GOING TO TRACK STORMS AS WE END THE WEEK HERE TODAY.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Using Ferguson as a teaching moment in KCK
The Chief of the Kansas City, Kan., police department says she's seizing the opportunity to use Ferguson as a teaching moment for her officers and to make changes.
Principal helps save stricken man with CPR
A Kansas cardiologist says a school principal who performed CPR on one of his patients helped save the man's life.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Inspiring teacher at Kapaun dies at age 55
When Renee LaFever interviewed for her first teaching job at Kapaun Mount Carmel High School in Wichita, Sister Kathleen Gilbert, principal at the time, jotted some impressions on LaFever's application.
The Wichita Eagle
Oklahoma Joea s takes a Kansas City name
Before the end of the year, the nationally known barbecue restaurant will officially change its name to Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que.
'Cops' crew member, KCK man killed in Omaha police shooting
Police who opened fire while disrupting a robbery at a fast-food restaurant in Omaha struck and killed a crew member with the "Cops" television show and the suspect, who was carrying a pellet gun, authorities said Wednesday.
Green Room Burgers & Beer and Cinder Block release super-hoppy IPAs
This week is about hoppy beers, with new IPAs from Green Room Burgers & Beer and Cinder Block Brewery.
Tony's Kansas City
Must Read!!! Jack Cashill Myth-Busts Kansas Tax Cut Media Hateration
In his latest column for Ingram's Conservative columnist Jack Cashill tells the story of a Kansas City IT firm that skipped across the State Line to the Sunflower State thanks to Gov. Sam Brownback's income tax cuts.
Oklahoma Joe's crafts private event space, new name?
The restaurant, which currently has three locations in Kansas City, Kan., Olathe and Leawood, will soon debut a private event space adjacent to its Olathe location, The Kansas City Star reports .
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Watertown Daily Times
Scam alert: Residents warned of phony lottery mailer
The mailer, from the Award Notification Commission in Kansas City, Kan., appears to offer the recipient a prize of $2 million or a smaller lump sum figure.
Jazz Beat: Matt Otto Group, at the Westport CoffeeHouse
When Matt Otto plays sax, I first notice the tone - a complete sound, rich and full, that only the best saxophonists match.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Kansas City: Man charged with ramming a stolen car into an army ammunition plant.
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Kansas City, Kan., man was indicted by a federal grand jury today for ramming a stolen car into the checkpoint barrier at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant.