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Replica of wall gives hundreds an opportunity to remember those who died in Vietnam

An 80 percent scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., is on display through Monday on the grounds of the National World War I Museum in Kansas City. “You see a lot of grown men cry,” said Bob Collier of Kansas City, one of the volunteers on hand to assist wall visitors.

Leawood’s Z Gallerie relocating — again

Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, will temporarily relocate from Town Center Crossing to Town Center Plaza as it remodels its store. Crowley Furniture relocated in Overland Park but has now turned its former Overland Park location into an outlet store. Made in KC, selling items made or designed in the metro area, is now open in Overland Park’s Prairiefire and Gigi’s Cupcakes is now open in Mission Crossing.

Leawood’s Z Gallerie relocating — again

Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, will temporarily relocate from Town Center Crossing to Town Center Plaza as it remodels its store. Crowley Furniture relocated in Overland Park but has now turned its former Overland Park location into an outlet store. Made in KC, selling items made or designed in the metro area, is now open in Overland Park’s Prairiefire and Gigi’s Cupcakes is now open in Mission Crossing.

Genome sequencing holds tremendous promise for infants, but issues abound

Genome sequencing can diagnose critically ill infants and discover genetically based conditions that routine blood tests cannot detect. But it is fraught with technical and ethical issues that have some scientists questioning whether every baby should have its genome sequenced and what information children and parents should receive about the results.

Genome sequencing holds tremendous promise for infants, but issues abound

Genome sequencing can diagnose critically ill infants and discover genetically based conditions that routine blood tests cannot detect. But it is fraught with technical and ethical issues that have some scientists questioning whether every baby should have its genome sequenced and what information children and parents should receive about the results.

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Don’t cry for Chris Christie, for he earned the attention

No evidence has surfaced that Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey knew of the plan to shut down lanes of traffic as political payback to a mayor who failed to support Christie’s campaign. This has been widely reported. Yet Christie is still fuming.

Don’t cry for Chris Christie, for he earned the attention

No evidence has surfaced that Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey knew of the plan to shut down lanes of traffic as political payback to a mayor who failed to support Christie’s campaign. This has been widely reported. Yet Christie is still fuming.

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The Star’s Lewis Diuguid wins a national journalism award

Lewis W. Diuguid, a member of The Kansas City Star’s editorial board, is the recipient of the 2015 Angelo B. Henderson Community Service Award presented by the National Association of Black Journalists. The award goes to a journalist who has had a positive effect on the community beyond the normal journalism realm.