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Bill Grady
October 13, 2017 - 7:28 am
There is plenty of folklore about Friday the 13th and the bad luck it brings, but most people have no plans to change their routines. There is no single source for the theory that bad stuff happens on the unlucky day, said Dr. Misty Shieberly, an English professor at the University of Kansas who...
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Marc LaVoie
October 13, 2017 - 6:45 am
The Universities of Kansas and Missouri are considering a revival of sorts for their dormant basketball rivalry. Mizzou and KU want to play an exhibition game Oct. 22 at Kansas City's Sprint Center to raise money for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida and elsewhere in the U.S. The...
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Jim Cunningham
October 12, 2017 - 6:42 am
Which option is better for your lawn, and your back; raking leaves or just mowing over them? An expert told KMBZ there are pros and cons to both options. The first concern is the size of the individual leaves and the amount of material that has fallen, said Dr. Rodney St. John, agronomist with Ryan...
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Kansas City Symphony
October 12, 2017 - 6:23 am
The Kansas City Symphony has met its goal in an ambitious fundraising campaign. The Masterpiece Campaign was tasked with raising $55 million for the orchestra's endowment. "The completion of the Masterpiece Campaign allows our endowment, in terms of size, to be more comparable to orchestras in...
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Jim Cunningham
October 11, 2017 - 5:38 am
Three sisters, last seen at a Tonganoxie foster home, are reported missing and police are becoming more concerned. The girls are believed to have left the foster home in a coordinated effort in August and may be in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. All three girls were under the care of a family...
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