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Comic actor Jason Sudeikis often plays a devil, but he’s all about home and family

On screen, the Overland Park native has convinced friends to have an orgy, buddies to take a week off from marriage and neighbors to smuggle marijuana across the border. This week, he’ll try to convince his pals to kidnap someone in “Horrible Bosses 2.” But while Sudeikis’ bad influence is pervasive onscreen, he’s become noticeably more domestic in his personal life.

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Downtown businesses rail at Kansas City’s streetcar snarl

During the holidays, businesses that hoped to attract new patrons are now trying just to retain their loyal clientele. They knew it would be inconvenient, but they say this is worse than the city originally described. The problem: Instead of just putting in streetcar track, like some other cities, Kansas City is also replacing water and sewer lines, most of them more than 100 years old.

University of Missouri

No. 19 Missouri survives battle with Tennessee 29-21, maintains SEC East lead

Missouri stands one win from the chance at redemption in Atlanta. The 19th-ranked Tigers, who were shellacked by Auburn in the SEC Championship Game last season, dispatched Tennessee 29-21 on Saturday night at Neyland Stadium. The Tigers clinched at least a share of a second straight SEC East division crown but must beat Arkansas on Friday in Columbia to earn a return trip to the Georgia Dome for the conference title game.

Sam Mellinger

How the Chiefs can beat Peyton Manning by being very good, not perfect

Thankfully for the Chiefs, they are facing a different Broncos team than the one that beat them in September. Thankfully for the Chiefs, they are a different team than the one that lost in Denver. Perfection is not required to beat the Broncos. Very good, especially in the right ways and at the right times, can be enough.

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Menorah patient says she also was sexually assaulted by a male nurse

Two women reported sexual assaults while Dennis E. Clark worked at Menorah Medical Center in Overland Park. Though both cases were reported to the Kansas Board of Nursing and investigated by Overland Park police, no criminal charges were filed and no disciplinary action was taken at the time on Clark’s license as a registered nurse. Clark is charged with sexually assaulting four female patients at Providence Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan.

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