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Investigators suspect errant cigarette led to house fire on 9th Street in KC

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NAACP issues travel advisory for Missouri

  • A year into Trump's presidency, women's march in Lawrence is about equality, elections

    Sights and sounds from the Women’s March 2018-Lawrence Still Marching event in Lawrence on Saturday. The event was one of dozens organized across the country to commemorate the one-year anniversary of protests held after President Donald Trump's inauguration. Organizers said the event was aimed at celebrating the political accomplishments of women in the past year and looking ahead to upcoming elections.

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With no major women’s march in KC, Kansas Citians headed to Lawrence

About 1,500 people attended Lawrence’s Women’s March Saturday to celebrate women’s accomplishments in the past year and push for more change.

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Leah Becerra and Bryan Lowry The Kansas City Star
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