Editorials

Editorials

Justice served: 1963 church bomber to remain behind bars

It should not have been a surprise when a bomb exploded one September Sunday morning in 1963 at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., killing four girls — 14-year-olds Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley and Carole Robertson and 11-year- old Denise McNair — and injuring many more.

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HUD secretary discusses ways to bridge the digital divide

HUD Secretary Julián Castro is correct: Taking steps like the federal government and Google Fiber did on Wednesday should help low-income families in Kansas City get cheaper access to in-home Internet service.
Yael T. Abouhalkah abouhalkah@kcstar.com
HUD secretary discusses ways to bridge the digital divide 1:04

HUD secretary discusses ways to bridge the digital divide

State Rep. John Rubin on juvenile justice 0:56

State Rep. John Rubin on juvenile justice

Don Munday recaps 2015 in rhyme and verse 8:10

Don Munday recaps 2015 in rhyme and verse

A medical game changer 2:36

A medical game changer