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Sprint pads cash holdings by $3.1 billion

Sprint announced it is picking up $3.1 billion in cash through two transactions, including its second cellphone sale-and-lease deal involving its parent company, SoftBank Group Corp. This is Sprint’s second cash-raising deal with a new company that SoftBank set up last year with a number of Japanese banks.

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Jewelry artist Cheryl Eve Acosta creates unique wearable art

Cheryl Eve Acosta creates her handcrafted sculptural jewelry in her Crossroads studio at 217 W. 19th Terrace. VIDEO BY DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
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