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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scientists are closing in on a long-sought goal — a blood test to screen people for possible signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. On Monday at the Alzh…

Authorities say a man has died after his arm was sucked into a pond overflow pipe in rural Kansas.

Artists from as far away as Alaska flew or drove into Wichita to participate in an iconography class Monday through Saturday, July 8-13, at the Spiritual Life Center in Wichita.… Read More

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“Cowboys – and cowgirls – riding into the sunset. Mining for gold along a cool stream. Navigating your way through mountain ranges or down a rushing river. Channeling the Old West is a great way to theme your next family vacation!”

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Wichita has become one of the best places in the country to host sporting events. Check out this summer's unique lineup of incredible talent!

Rise and Shine, this original and fanciful Susanne Nicoll design of a proud pink flamingo is printed directly to a distressed wood panel. The wood panel is made from hemlock, fir, or alder tongue and groove slats.

Art takes many forms around Wichita, but none give the city as urban of a feel as the many murals throughout the metro area. Check out this interactive tour!

Our Clearance Gallery carries a mixture of styles and artists to suit every taste all on sale for a limited time. The closeout collection are paintings on final sale. This is a last call to own these beautifully hand painted oils on canvas.

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Community members were challenged to redefine what leadership looks like during a stop of the Kansas Leadership Center’s statewide tour Tuesday morning at Newman Regional Health.

The exact origins of the Christmas in July tradition are uncertain. It might have been in 1935, when a girl’s camp in South Carolina decided to use a Christmas theme for their summer pageant. Or when the Calvary Baptist church in Washington DC sung carols and urged people to donate Christmas presents in July to give to the needy in 1942. The pastor of that church claimed the idea came from a similar program in Philadelphia that had been running for years. Then…

Midwest Transplant Network's third annual Legacy Walk was our best yet as more than 3,000 people converged on Kansas City's Berkley Riverfront Park to honor ...

Journal Wins Sigma Delta Chi Award
(OK, so stop hogging the limelight already)
The Journal was recognized last week at the Sigma Delta Chi Awards in Washington, D.C. Led by the reporting of Karen Dillon, KLC’s quarterly magazine won the award for public service in local/regional magazine journalism for its coverage of water issues in western Kansas. Afterwards the team posed for a photo with the…