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At Kansas.com Visit Kansas.com/entertainment for our guide to where you can see Oscar nominees on the big screen in Wichita. With Oscar nominees announced last week, movie marathons, buttered popcorn feasts and Oscar debates should be well under way.
Eagle photographers will select the top 15 adult and top five youth photos (16 and under) for display on Kansas.com and at the Kansas Sports, Boat and Travel Show Feb.16-19 at the Kansas Coliseum Pavilion...Winners will be revealed on The Eagle's
Diversification is a likely part of Wichita's future From The Wichita Eagle As shock over Boeing's bad news for Wichita settles into pained resignation, locals and all Kansans are left to wonder what went wrong and, more important, what happens now.
For Rodney McGruder, the best part about Kansas State's 84-80 victory over Texas on Wednesday at Bramlage Coliseum was that he could finally walk into the postgame locker room with a smile on his face...Even after two monster games last week in which
The You don't say quote of the day is one the most popular parts of Have You Heard? So, here are some of the favorites from 2011: Bruce and I go way back. As a matter of fact, I used to change his diapers, give him a bath and cut his hair...Liz
With layoff notices looming Friday, Rita Rogers of the Machinists union said she has been walking the shop floor. The morale is really down because of the unknown, said Rogers, Machinists District 70 assistant directing business representative...Some
The Wichita City Council opted Tuesday to delay for a week final action on financial incentives for a boutique hotel at Douglas and Broadway. The council deferred the decision because Mayor Carl Brewer and Council member Pete Meitzner were out of
The Wichita Eagle New and existing home sales in the Wichita area held ground in August, up 17 units from July. A total of 752 new and existing homes were sold in August, according to figures from the Wichita Area Association of Realtors and the
The Wichita Eagle Pittsburgh, once famed as the home of the nation's steel industry, has been forced to reinvent itself over the last two or three decades as that industry disappeared. Leaders from Wichita's public and private sectors will travel to
Excluding distressed sales, July home prices were 3.3 percent above the same month last year. Prices in June were 2.6 percent below June 2010, but only down 0.8 percent, excluding distressed sales.