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Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback congratulates lawmakers on school finance bill

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Kansas City pub owner, UK native happy about Brexit

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Kansas schools' supporters call for adequate and equitable funding

Hallmark employees feel the Salvy Splash 2:10

Hallmark employees feel the Salvy Splash

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Democrats disrupt House, stage sit-in to force gun control vote

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The schools won't close, says Kansas Sen. Greg Smith

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Who could, should or won't be Trump's veep

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Airlines support a single-terminal design for KCI

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Vatican denies pope has 'Crusades' mentality over genocide

The Vatican on Sunday strongly dismissed Turkish claims that Pope Francis has adopted a "Crusades" mentality by recognizing the Ottoman-era genocide of Armenians, insisting that Francis's three-day visit to the Orthodox country was one of peace and reconciliation.

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Over a span of less than 24 hours, Kansas public schools and the nearly 500,000 children they serve went from being losers to winners in Topeka. The story of how that happened involved plenty of behind-the-scenes negotiations. Here’s a little bit of how a good bill eventually passed and who made it possible.

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Wild mustangs draw curious crowd at Kansas auction

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'Bolivar Rocks' unites community

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Lee's Summit man recounts battling the sea overnight and his rescue

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Cool inner-city aquaponics project to grow tilapia and veggies

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Hallmark employees feel the Salvy Splash

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A self-sustaining fish farm in a KC food desert

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What are some of the short-term solutions for Kansas City International airport?

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Emotional vigil for 4-year-old shooting victim

Former American Airlines 727 saved by Kansas City museum 2:18

Former American Airlines 727 saved by Kansas City museum

How the zipper merge coming to Johnson County works 1:30

How the zipper merge coming to Johnson County works

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Westport Presbyterian celebrates reopening with 'church of the future'

Westport Presbyterian Church had a reopening celebration Saturday, more than four years after a devastating fire on Dec. 29, 2011. Rev. Scott Myers and BNIM architect Erik Heitman spoke about the long rebuilding process to create a church of the future. The church is also determined to remain a strong neighbor with a commitment to the arts and community service.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Westport Presbyterian celebrates reopening with 'church of the future' 2:10

Westport Presbyterian celebrates reopening with 'church of the future'

Royals Kris Medlen makes rehab start with Omaha 1:39

Royals Kris Medlen makes rehab start with Omaha

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West Bottoms full of shoppers on First Friday

Royals' Alex Gordon returns to lineup after rehab 2:11

Royals' Alex Gordon returns to lineup after rehab