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Records: Man posed for photo with dead wife, then cut her up

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Records: Man posed for photo with dead wife, then cut her up


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Records: Man took photos with dead wife, then dismembered body in front of kids

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Records: Man took photos with dead wife, then dismembered body in front of kids


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Point guard Quentin Grimes chooses KU | The Kansas City Star

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Point guard Quentin Grimes chooses KU | The Kansas City Star


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Watch: Phoenix City Cam captures meteor light up the night sky | The Kansas City Star

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  • MIAA basketball triple header 11/21/17 at Municipal Auditorium | The Kansas City Star
    MIAA basketball triple header 11/21/17 at Municipal Auditorium | The Kansas City Star

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    The MIAA is blanketing Kansas City with men’s college basketball on Tuesday. A triple-header at Municipal Auditorium involving MIAA teams tips at 4 p.m. when Central Missouri meets East Central (Okla.) At 6 p.m., Pittsburg State, with new coach Kim Anderson, takes on Newman. The final game at 8 p.m. matches defending NCAA Division II champion Northwest Missouri State, led by national player of the year Justin Pitts from Blue Springs, against Washburn
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Business

  • Spring shuffles management in wake of T-Mobile merger breakdown | The Kansas City Star
    Spring shuffles management in wake of T-Mobile merger breakdown | The Kansas City Star

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    Three Sprint executives are leaving and seven are losing their status as direct reports to CEO Marcelo Claure in a restructuring to better deal with life without a T-Mobile merger. The moves include a literal move by Claure and his lead team of about 300 executives and other employees to a different location on the Sprint headquarters campus in Overland Park
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  • Harrison Ford comes to the rescue after car accident | The Kansas City Star
    Harrison Ford comes to the rescue after car accident | The Kansas City Star

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    Harrison Ford came to the real-life rescue of a woman who was involved in a car accident north of Los Angeles. Santa Paula, California, police tell the Ventura County Star that the actor and a friend were in the area when a car rolled off a highway in the small town Sunday around noon. Senior Officer Matt Alonzo says Ford and the friend came to the driver's aid and acted as good Samaritans
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  • Ruben Blades says KC band Making Movies is 'excellent' | The Kansas City Star
    Ruben Blades says KC band Making Movies is 'excellent' | The Kansas City Star

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    he four members of were loading their gear into a club in San Diego on Thursday night when they were alerted to a tweet from a music writer who had recently written a piece about the Kansas City band. The writer had been watching the Latin Grammys when Rubén Blades was interviewed on the red carpet. Enrique Chi, the band’s guitarist and lead singer, recalled the tweet: “It said something like, ‘Ruben Blades just gave a shout-out to Making Movies
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  • Guilty plea in robbery of KCK Verizon Wireless store | The Kansas City Star
    Guilty plea in robbery of KCK Verizon Wireless store | The Kansas City Star

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    A 34-year-old Illinois man pleaded guilty Monday to the $53,000 hold-up of a Kansas City, Kan., Verizon Wireless store last year. Terry Curtis, of Rockford, is one of five Illinois men charged in the September 2016 robbery of the store at 10621 Village West Parkway. Authorities said that the robbery was part of a nationwide string of dozens of similar robberies
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