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Obama tackles economy, cynicism in Kansas City speech

President Barack Obama spent Tuesday night in a downtown Kansas City hotel before giving an 11 a.m. speech about the economy at the Uptown Theater. He’s visited the area four times in as many years to make his pitch on making the economy more prosperous and more fair.


Garmin reports a strong quarter and raises its profit outlook

The Switzerland-based company, which maintains its operating headquarters in Olathe, said earnings climbed to $182 million for the three months that ended June 28. That was up from earnings of $172.5 million for the same quarter a year earlier. Revenue increased 12 percent in the quarter to $777.8 million.

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Milton Wolf confronts Pat Roberts at campaign stop

Tea Party challenger Milton Wolf confronted U.S. Senator Pat Roberts as he campaigned in downtown Emporia. Their brief meeting Wednesday took place at an intersection as Roberts walked from business to business to talk with merchants. The two are squaring off in Tuesday’s Republican primary.


Nonviolence rally marred by multiple fights

Performers and animals from the UniverSoul Circus paraded north on Prospect Avenue from 39th Street to a rally that filled the parking lot of the Linwood Shopping Center. The guest of honor was Ka’Vyea Tyson-Curry, the 10-year-old boy who was paralyzed from the waist down in a shooting that killed his father earlier this year. But the event had to be stopped by organizers after multiple fights broke out.




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