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Kansas City nonprofit acquires former Flying Hospital jumbo jet

A Kansas City nonprofit has acquired the former Flying Hospital jumbo jet and is getting ready to fly it to Kansas City. TriStar History and Preservation will modify the Lockheed L-1011 to support science, technology, engineering and math programs to spark interest in aviation among preteens and teens.

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Burns & McDonnell's new building packed full of amenities

Burns & McDonnell on Thursday unveiled its new expansion at its world headquarters on Ward Parkway in Kansas City. The building features numerous amenities that would make many KansasCity office workers envious. (Video by Robert Cronkleton and Allison Long)
bcronkleton@kcstar.com
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