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Charlene O. DeGraw  The Hutchinson News

BIRMINGHAM, Ala, - Charlene O. DeGraw peacefully passed away July 15, 2019. Charlene was born January 11, 1923, in Kansas City, Kansas. Charlene ...

Man killed in shooting near Wyandotte High School  KSHB

A man was killed following a shooting Monday afternoon across from Wyandotte High School in Kansas City, Kansas.


There must be something in the water, because Kansas City born celebrities are off the charts. Of course, you would have to live under a rock if you didn't know ...

Grace S. Argue  Parsons Sun

DENNIS — Grace S. Argue, 81, passed away at her home in rural Dennis at 12:12 p.m. on Monday, June 24, 2019.

KCK teen dies, three others injured in crash after hitting city dump truck, guardrail  WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A teenager has died and three other teens were injured after a serious crash in KCK. It happened near S. 40th and Wyandotte streets ...

Wyandotte teacher, Whitney Morgan, named Kansas Teacher of the Year  KSN-TV

Morgan was named the 2019 Kansas Teacher of the Year from a field of eight finalists.

Some KCKPS students will have to go to school two days longer due to weather  WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Kansas City, Kan. school district officials decided how to handle make up days due to numerous cancellations caused by inclement ...

Election 2019 – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Commissioner Ann Brandau Murguia. Commissioner Ann Brandau Murguia has filed for re-election for the 3rd District Commissioner position for the Unified ...

Police identify 14-year-old KCK boy killed in crash after hitting city dump truck, guardrail  WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- KCK police have released the name of a teen who died Thursday in a serious crash. It happened near S. 40th and Wyandotte streets ...

After 75 years, World War II veteran’s remains coming home  WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- The body of a World War II Marine is coming home after spending the last 75 years as an unidentified, killed in action. Nicholas Gojmerac ...

'KC Foodie Park' proposed for Indian Springs site – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Richard Scavuzzo, left, talked with residents about his proposed KC Foodie Park at a community meeting on Wednesday night. (Staff photo by Mary Rupert).

Wyandotte H.S. placed on lockdown over gun reports, but it turned out to be laser pointer for school project

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A student reported seeing someone bring a weapon into Wyandotte High School Thursday, prompting a scare for parents and teens.

Donald “Don” Ray Gribbin  GardnerEDGE

Donald “Don” Ray Gribbin, 82, of De Soto, KS passed away Jan. 12, 2019 at Hillside Village Nursing Home, De Soto, KS. Graveside *service* will be held 1:00 pm ...

New location, operator for downtown Kansas City, Kan., grocery store revealed  The Kansas City Star

The Unified Government has reached an initial agreement with grocery co-op The Merc to run a grocery store in downtown Kansas City, Kan. A new location for ...

‘Joyful’ spirit silenced. Stolen car crashed in KCK kills woman known for her kindness  Kansas City Star

Octavia Barker was on her way with a friend to sell tamales when her car was struck in KCK by a speeding car whose driver had fled from police. People in the ...

JoCo sees hospital building boom while underserved areas of Kansas City are ignored  Kansas City Star

AdventHealth is set to build an 85-bed hospital in a wealthy area of south Overland Park that already has four full-*service* hospitals within 10 miles. Last month it ...

KU School of Education to change name | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal-World

An academic unit at the University of Kansas will soon be operating under a slightly different name. KU's School of Education announced in a Thursday news re.

KU to honor 183 seniors from Wyandotte county high schools  KU Today

LAWRENCE — Students from nine Kansas high schools will be honored Tuesday, Nov. 15, by the University of Kansas Alumni Association and KU Endowment.

Election 2018 – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Jorge Luis Flores is a candidate for UG Commissioner, 4th District. Flores, 26, said he filed for election because he “wanted to be part of the change.” A former ...

Morgan receives Kansas 2019 Teacher of the Year award  The Bulletin

The Kansas Teacher of the Year delegation presented awards to Emporia State education majors last Thursday afternoon in Visser Hall.

KU grant to examine comprehensive approach to preventing youth violence in KC  KU Today

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas has been awarded a four-year, $1.7 million U.S. Health & Human Services grant that will examine the effect of the ...

Tamika Pledger gets prison for traffic death of teenager in KCK  Kansas City Star

Community activist Tamika Pledger was sentenced Wednesday in Wyandotte County District Court for the 2015 death of 16-year-old Tierra Smith.

KCK teen dies after shooting following day of graduation parties

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A Kansas City, Kan., teenager has died after being shot following a day filled with high school graduation parties. Police said it happened ...

Turner Vista project receives approval to start rezoning process – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

The Turner Vista project near 72nd and State Avenue received approval to initiate a rezoning process at the Thursday night Unified Government Commission ...

High-tech manufacturer hits the high schools for recruits  Kansas City Business Journal

Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technology used to place ads and wait for prospects to apply for manufacturing jobs. Now, it's courting area students with ...

KU psychiatry researchers in Wichita develop new treatment for depression  Lawrence Journal-World

Researchers for the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita have developed a new depression treatment that aims to help people who don't respond ...

Three candidates vie for 5th District, UG Commission seat – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Two challengers are running against incumbent Commissioner Mike Kane in the 5th District primary, which will be Tuesday, Aug. 1. Challengers Sarah Kremer ...

For One Wyandotte County Store, The 'Dotte Identity Brings In The Dough  KCUR

Little League teams across Wyandotte and western Johnson counties in Kansas are gearing up for spring, summer and fall sports. That's why Varsity Sports.

Kansas Jayhawks Football: Remembering Ray Evans  Rock Chalk Talk

Evans' #42 jersey is one of three retired by the Kansas football program.

Royals' Kauffman, Paul Pierce, Larry Drew among Kansas Sports Hall of Fame inductees  Wichita Eagle

Former Kansas and NBA basketball star Paul Pierce has been announced as one of the 13 inductees to the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame's 2018 class. Others ...

Candidates seek positions on KCKCC board in Tuesday's election – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Seven candidates are on the ballot for regular terms on the Kansas City Kansas Community College Board of Trustees. Candidates include Evelyn Criswell, ...

Sporting KC to host King of the Court futsal tournaments in June and July  Sporting Kansas City

For the second straight year, a summer series of soccer and entertainment is hitting futsal courts across Kansas City. Sporting Kansas City will host King of the ...

Legends Outlets improvement project approved – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

The plan to put a green space and a parking garage with apartments advanced at Thursday night's Unified Government Commission meeting. The proposal for ...

Holland proposes salary hike for UG mayor, commission – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Mayor Mark Holland at the Dec. 7 Unified Government Commission meeting proposed salary increases for the UG mayor and UG commissioners, to take effect ...

KU organist with ties to Notre Dame says it's miraculous that organ survived fire  Lawrence Journal-World

When University of Kansas organist James Higdon learned Notre Dame de Paris was on fire, he thought he would never be able to hear or create music in the ...

Mayoral challenger talks about lower property taxes – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Mayoral challenger David Alvey said Thursday in an interview that if elected, he thinks he can do a better job than incumbent Mayor Mark Holland. Alvey, who ...

In another wild day in court, Tamika Pledger is found guilty of manslaughter  Kansas City Star

Tamika Pledger was found guilty Thursday, May 25, 2017, of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated battery in Wyandotte County District Court. The jury ...

GCCC football getting used to 7 new assistants  The Garden City Telegram

Garden City Community College head football coach Jeff Sims has a pair of assistants returning for 2018 — fourth-year safeties coach Caleb Young and ...

No Justice  Kansas City Star

Arrested at 17, Lamonte McIntyre has spent 22 years in prison for a double homicide that not even the victims' families think he committed. A new motion with ...

Six Democrats running for 3rd District, US representative – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

Six Democratic candidates are running for U.S. Representative, 3rd District, in the Aug. 7 primary election. They appeared May 24 at at forum at Kansas City ...

Sporting KC to host King of the Court Futsal Tournaments every Saturday in July  Sporting Kansas City

During the month of July, a new summer series of soccer and entertainment is hitting futsal courts in Kansas City, Kansas. Sporting Kansas City will host a King ...

Coaches' quick action saves students from school bus fire  Joplin Globe

WYANDOTTE, Okla. — Coaches from Wyandotte High School are being praised for getting their students to safety amid a blaze that consumed a school bus on ...

Expensive concealed carry law to take effect July 1 on KCKCC campus – Welcome to  Wyandotte Daily

by Mary Rupert. Concealed carry at Kansas City Kansas Community College will go into effect on July 1, over the objections of most faculty, staff and students.

KU's standard housing, dining rates to stay flat for coming year; Regents interested in parental leave  Lawrence Journal-World

The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday approved rate adjustments for housing and food *service* for its six universities. The University of Kansas will hold ...

From war zones to KU, older law students find they have much more in common than their age  Lawrence Journal-World

At first glance, it would be easy to mistake Eric McMillin and John Schoen for law professors walking around Green Hall. But they're not professors; they're st.

Former Wyandotte Bulldogs great, current NBA coach Larry Drew to be honored in KCK  The Kansas City Kansan

The Unified Government Board of Commissioners will honor Larry Drew, former professional basketball player and current assistant coach of the Cleveland ...

Fort Hays State University announces scholarship awards for 2018-19  Hays Post

FHSU University Relations. Winners of general academic scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year from Fort Hays State University have been announced by ...

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE: Timothy Dupree, Wyandotte County Judge  The Kansas City Kansan

KANSAS CITY, KAN. ----- Below is the questionnaire from Timothy Dupree our third candidate in next week's Wyandotte County judge primary race. Again, thank ...

Newest member of KU's public safety team will sniff out bombs  Lawrence Journal-World

For the first week on the job, the floppy-eared yellow Labrador retriever didn't have a name, but now it's official; KU's.

KU business school appoints first director of diversity, equity and inclusion programs  Lawrence Journal-World

The University of Kansas has appointed Steven Johnson Jr., a complex director with KU Student Housing, to serve as the School of Business' first director of d.

awards scholarships for 2017-18 year - Fort Hays State University  FHSU News

Local students are among the winners of general academic scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year from Fort Hays State University.

A step toward greater diversity: New business school camp reaches out to under-represented populations  Lawrence Journal World

Regina Sosa was one of the first of 35 high school students to register Sunday at Capitol Federal Hall on the University of Kansas ca.

KU hires Tulane administrator as new IT director  Lawrence Journal-World

The University of Kansas has hired a new director of information technology for its Lawrence and Edwards campuses.Mary Walsh, currently an assistant v.

Leonard's legacy: More than 60 years later, KU awards posthumous athletics letter to black runner once snubbed by coaches  Lawrence Journal World

Leonard Monroe knew he could run. After running the quarter mile in just 48.9 seconds — nabbing the second-fastest time in the state, he said — during hi.

Once home to a university-run high school, nearly century-old KU building demolished  Lawrence Journal World

Nearly 100 years old, the University Relations building on the far northeast end of the Kansas University cam.

KU coffee shops rebranding to Kansas City's Roasterie  Lawrence Journal World

Coffee drinkers on the Kansas University campus will soon be seeing a lot of airplanes.KU is rebranding its various coffee sho.

Bill Mayer, former Journal-World editor, dies at 88  Lawrence Journal World

Bill Mayer, longtime member of the Journal-World news staff, died Thursday. He was 88.Mayer, born Billy Francis Mayer on April 11, 1925, in Kansas Cit.

Army National Combine participants

Here is a look at the list of prospects expected to participate in the 2016 U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio on Friday, Jan. 8.

KU mourns French professor who died of cancer  Lawrence Journal World

Kansas University is mourning the death of a noted scholar of French-speaking cultures. Samira Sayeh, who was a KU associate p.

KU working to recruit legacy students | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

It was a question Kansas University Alumni Association president Kevin Corbett heard from alumni from time to time: Why didn't KU work harder to recruit my.

Know Your KU History: Ray Evans  Rock Chalk Talk

Ray Evans is the only KU athlete to have his name in the Memorial Stadium Ring of Honor and in the rafters at Allen Fieldhouse.

'Jeannie' star and husband grant KU $300,000 wish | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

In the 1960s, actress Barbara Eden became famous playing the role of a genie who could grant wishes on the popular TV show,

KU updates design of diplomas | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

Now there's no mistaking Kansas University for “The University of Ransas” on the thousands of diplomas issued each year.

KU announces name of first candidate for dean of social welfare position  Lawrence Journal World

The University of Kansas has announced the first of four finalists for dean of the School of Social Welfare expected to visit campus.

Couple's $2 million gift will create architecture scholarship at KU  Lawrence Journal World

A Kansas University alumnus and his wife have donated $1.6 million to establish the Michael A. Cummings Scholarship for architecture students at KU, with a ...

At 90, Kansas resident receives KU diploma he earned credits for before World War II  Lawrence Journal World

More than 1,300 students will earn degrees from Kansas University at the end of the fall 2013 semester. Fifty-two Kansas counties and 36 states are represented ...

Saralyn Reece Hardy named Spencer Museum of Art Marilyn Stokstad Director  Lawrence Journal World

Saralyn Reece Hardy, director of the Spencer Museum of Art on the Kansas University campus, was named the inaugural recipient of the.

16 Things: Band leader strikes up a list of notable and entertaining events  Lawrence Journal World

Editor's note: This is another in an occasional series of stories by reporter Andy Hyland, asking Kansas University staff to share “16 Things I've.

KU debater Dylan Quigley aiming to finish career with national title  Lawrence Journal World

Dylan Quigley has been to Los Angeles six times and never seen the Hollywood sign.Last year, he was in San Francisco for almos.

C Jay back for centennial celebration of the Jayhawk  Lawrence Journal World

Henry Maloy would certainly approve.The cartoonist for the University Daily Kansan in 1912 created the first official visual d.

Lawrence school district losing longtime music teachers to retirement  Lawrence Journal World

Here are receptions planned for Lawrence school district employees who are retiring and leaving the district: • Hillcrest School, 4 p.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, ...

KU law school grads opening bilingual firm | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

Some lawyers give the profession a bad rap. Then there are Carlos Hernandez and Zach Roberson.Hernandez and Roberson graduated from Kansas ...

Demonstrators sit outside Strong Hall to protest KU's handling of sexual assault investigations  Lawrence Journal World

More stories from the Journal-World's Sept. 14, 2014, focus on an alleged rape of a woman in a KU residence hall and the issue of sexual assault here and on ...

KU showing off sustainability program with parking lot  Lawrence Journal World

The greenest parking lot on campus To boost its sustainabili.

KU butterfly expert: Monarch resurgence encouraging but habitat restoration must continue  Lawrence Journal World

This winter's big rebound of Mexico's monarch butterfly population is good news, Kansas University's resident butterfly expert says, but it hardly means we don't ...

Retired KU professor wins prestigious geology award | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

Paul Enos thought he'd be a dairy farmer until midway through his senior year of high school. He grew up on a farm near Perr.

Off the Beaten Plate: Wang Burger at the Wheel  Lawrence Journal World

Food and drink website The Daily Meal just named the Wagon Wheel one of its “

$16 million gift to KU honors late alumnus Donald Slawson  Lawrence Journal World

The family of Kansas University alumnus Donald Slawson has made a $16 million lead gift to help construct a b.

KU Public Safety upgrades to 2011 Dodge Chargers | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

Kansas University Public Safety just got a new ride: a 2011 Dodge Charger with a student-designed logo.The new car arrived last week, and is one of fo.

Calder Pickett, iconic KU journalism professor, dies | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

Calder Pickett, who taught journalism at Kansas University for nearly four decades and wrote a regular column for the Journal-World, died Tuesday at Neuvant ...

KU celebrates groundbreaking of new Daisy Hill residence halls  Lawrence Journal World

With imported dirt brought to a warm Lied Center Pavilion, Kansas University official.

'Happy Jayhawk' creator had no idea of drawing's future prominence  Lawrence Journal World

Wilda Sandy says neither she nor her husband are much in the way of sports fans.

Graduating KU law students are finding it harder to get the job they want  Lawrence Journal World

After entering law school with designs on graduating to a job with a six-figure salary, Geri Hartley found the job market a bit more.

KU's Watkins, the first scholarship hall in the nation, to celebrate 150th birthday of benefactor  Lawrence Journal World

A group of Watkins Scholarship Hall alumnae and students will.

An epic career: Renowned translator of world literature retiring from KU after 37 years  Lawrence Journal World

When classics professor Stanley Lombardo retires from Kansas University in a few days, finding a successor will be practically impossible.

Carillon bells ring in every Jayhawk's heart | News, Sports, Jobs  Lawrence Journal World

In the center of a tiny gray office, 70 steps up a tiny, barely lit spiral staircase, sits the nucleus of the.

KU engineering school receives $32 million gift from Spahr family  Lawrence Journal World

The Kansas University School of Engineering is the beneficiary of a $32 million gift from the estate of Charl.

KU law students create organization to provide clothing, blankets to Bangladesh poor  Lawrence Journal World

What: With each purchase of a Jayhawk Nation T-shirt, the profits will go toward manufacturing a T-shirt or blanket for someone in Bangladesh. Where: T-shirts ...

Woman proud to have Kansas' only 'JAYHAWK' license plate  Lawrence Journal World

Ever since a 2010 law changed how vanity license plates worked in Kansas, the 42 people who had the license plate “JAYHAWK” sudde.

Google executive Brian McClendon surprises KU engineering students with tablet computers  Lawrence Journal World

A Google vice president surprised Kansas University engineering students enrolled in an introductory programming course by handing ou.

KU Campbell Conference to explore the lines between science fiction and reality  Lawrence Journal World

Robin Wayne Bailey, author. M.C. Chambers, author. James Gunn, author and founding director of KU's Center for the Study of Science Fiction. Tessa Gratton ...

KU sketches out possible futures in first new “master plan” since 1997  Lawrence Journal World

Kansas University held open forums today to give the public a glimpse at the most rec.

Ambler surprised with mural at KU's student rec center  Lawrence Journal World

Although retired from his post as a Kansas University student affairs official for 11 years, David Ambler stays in touch with the bui.

It's move-in day at Kansas University, a day of freedom and sweat  Lawrence Journal World

They came to Daisy Hill by the carload: the mini-fridges, the microwaves, the closet organizers, the futon fr.

Like father, like son: After moving from Costa Rica, family members graduate from KU together  Lawrence Journal World

Moving is traumatic enough.Try moving with your family from Costa Rica to Kansas at age 13.“I was freaking out,” sa.

QuikTrip CEO explains his company's culture to Lied Center audience  Lawrence Journal World

In an industry where 100 percent turnover is the norm and profit margins are razor-thin, QuickTrip CEO Chet Cadieux said his company.

KU professor appointed executive editor of Ugandan newspaper  Lawrence Journal World

Malcolm Gibson, a retired Kansas University journalism professor, is a self-pro.

Responsible drinking 101: KU students creating campaign against high-risk behavior  Lawrence Journal World

Kansas University officials are sending 34 students on a whirlwind tour of colleges across the country, as th.

16 Things: KU Honors lecturer Mary Klayder advises 'It'll be fine'  Lawrence Journal World

For my third installment in this ongoing series, I stopped by the office of Mary Klayder, a University Honors Lecturer and associate.

Walking the field is special for KU baseball manager  Lawrence Journal World

Kansas University sophomore Jonathan Rosa took the field one recent morning at Hoglund Ballpark. As he began to walk from the right field line toward the K o.

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