Kansas education officials say more than four in five students meet or exceed the state’s standards in reading, math, science and history.
Do the norms of a sadomasochistic erotic subculture even matter in a case of alleged sex trafficking? That question probably will be answered after a hearing Thursday at which lawyers will argue the relevance of such evidence at the trial early next year of Edward and Marilyn Bagley. The Lebanon, Mo., couple are accused of sex trafficking a young woman.
Jackson County Circuit Court Presiding Judge Charles Atwell was in a chipper mood the morning after the election earlier this month. And it wasn't just because his retirement was less than a month away.
Alisha Sackett enjoyed skating as a child. But now grown up, she ventured Saturday onto the ice at Gladstones new public skating rink with trepidation.
December marked another lukewarm month of hiring, the government said Friday in an employment report that suggested the economy had weathered “fiscal cliff” uncertainty but probably will muddle along for some time with subpar growth.
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