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Survivors of Jewish sites shooting victims plan remembrance
March 8, 2015
The families of three people who were shot to death last year outside two Jewish sites in Kansas are planning a week of events that they hope will honor the victims, bring healing and promote appreciation for diversity.
86-year-old man dies in single-engine plane crash near Pratt
March 8, 2015
Authorities say an 86-year-old pilot is dead after his single-engine plane overturned while landing southwest of Pratt.
Salina company acquires 13 vintage record presses
March 8, 2015
A Salina company that presses vinyl records is hoping the acquisition of 13 vintage presses will allow it to double production to help keep up with exploding demand for albums.
Feds: Hotel owners replaced legal workers with immigrants
March 8, 2015
When a suburban Kansas City couple bought two Clarion hotels, they systematically replaced lawfully employed workers with immigrants not authorized to work in the United States, cutting labor costs by 40 percent.
Kansas City Connection: Sorting through the hoopla of the Big 12 tournament
March 8, 2015
March Madness begins in earnest next week in downtown Kansas City, as the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament returns to the Sprint Center from Wednesday through Saturday.