Two mummies on display at Union Station were transported before dawn Wednesday to St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City to undergo CT scans. The human remains, in fetal positions and wrapped in grass baskets, belong to the Kansas City Museum, but are currently on display as part of the “Mummies of the World” exhibit at Union Station.
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Mummies travel to St. Luke's Hospital for CT scan
High-tech equipment will be featured in new $32 million UMKC building
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Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves
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UMKC announces it will build a $32 million education and research center for the university’s School of Computing and Engineering. The building will house such things as virtual reality and augmented reality equipment, a clean room and a “big data” analytics lab.
Kansas City Star Chiefs beat writer Terez Paylor analyzes the four keys to a KC Chiefs victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday night at Arrowhead Stadium. He also shares his prediction for the outcome of this battle for first place in the AFC West.
Kansas City Star Chiefs beat writer Terez A. Paylor welcomes the A-Team as the quartet of writers discusses the Kansas City Chiefs leading up to the Saturday night showdown at Arrowhead against the Los Angeles Chargers for the AFC West lead.
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.