After 15 years of leading Johnson County Community College's award-winning culinary team to competitions around the world, chef Felix Sturmer is retiring. Known for teaching the finer points of making terrines, pates and other fancy fare, he shares his favorite places to buy a great loaf of crusty bread.
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JCCC's Felix Sturmer is a gem of a chef
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Kansas coach Bill Self talks about what needs to happen for the Jayhawks to add forward Silvio De Sousa, who is trying to join the Jayhawks in the second semester. Self spoke to reporters on Dec. 14, 2017.
McLouth, Kan. has one heck of a bump in the middle of Granite Street. It's the top of a boulder deposited during the ice age and was left in place when early residents couldn't move it. The boulder was eventually paved around and is now something drivers in McLouth know to watch for- usually.
Developers, architects and construction leaders held a design workshop on the KU Edwards Campus to get input from Johnson County residents on a new Kansas City International Airport terminal. It is one of nine listening sessions being held around the area.
A U-Haul van being chased by Kansas Highway Patrol cars rolled over at the I-35 exit to Santa Fe in Olathe, Kansas, after spike sticks were deployed. The van had sped away from a Franklin County gas station, reaching speeds of 100 mph, after not paying for fuel. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star
Take a quick tour of the Jackson County’s 30th Christmas in the Park display at Longview Lake. The display has more than 300,000 lights and is free to the public. The lights come on at 5:30 p.m. every night until December 31.