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Lake Tahoe News
Haase talks about what’s ahead for Stanford basketballJerod Haase wanted to play for Stanford while growing up in South Lake Tahoe, b
Lake Tahoe News / Posted an hour ago
Jerod Haase wanted to play for Stanford while growing up in South Lake Tahoe, but attended Cal before transferring to the University of Kansas, playing for coach Roy Williams. Haase highlighted Stanford’s upcoming men’s basketball season for the... Read more
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The Tonganoxie Mirror
Eyes toward skies in Tonganoxie, across nation as folks await rare solar eclipseof optometry for a comprehensive eye examination. Barbara Anthony-Twarog, a pr
The Tonganoxie Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
of optometry for a comprehensive eye examination. Barbara Anthony-Twarog, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Kansas, like Phillips, noted that the experience will be all for not if it’s overcast or rainy. But if the... Read more
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Waxahachie Daily Light
TCU receivers ranked in top 15 by Athlon Sportsthe new staff additions. They replace Meacham, the former Horned Frog offensive
Waxahachie Daily Light / Posted 6 hours ago
the new staff additions. They replace Meacham, the former Horned Frog offensive coordinator and current coordinator at the University of Kansas. Snell excelled on the track, too, finishing the 100-meter dash with a 10.48 during the 2016 University... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Who was Robert E. Lee, the Confederate hero at heart of Charlottesville unrest, and which other statues could be removed?Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at the University of Kansas, said that despite the attempt to use Lee as a reconciliation figure, many African-Americans spoke out in the black press that Lee had betrayed... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Doctors seek alternative options to help opioid drug crisissomething sinister, it's because really they're needing more medication to mana
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 15 hours ago
something sinister, it's because really they're needing more medication to manage their pain,” he said. Doctors at the University of Kansas Hospital aren’t just looking at this from surgical standpoints though, they have also added what they’ve... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
City of Topeka names new media relations directorThe city of Topeka named a new media relations director Tuesday. Molly Hadfiel
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 19 hours ago
The city of Topeka named a new media relations director Tuesday. Molly Hadfield, a University of Kansas graduate, began on Monday. “I am excited to start working as the media relations director and look forward to serving the wonderful city of... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Five Years In, What's Next For DACA?Puebla, Mexico and arrived in Olathe, Kan., hoping for a better future. Twenty
KERA North Texas / Posted 21 hours ago
Puebla, Mexico and arrived in Olathe, Kan., hoping for a better future. Twenty years later, she's finishing college at the University of Kansas. She says it's scary to think that at any moment something could happen to her parents. "I'm not there... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Five Years In, What's Next For DACA?Puebla, Mexico and arrived in Olathe, Kan., hoping for a better future. Twenty
KPBS San Diego / Posted 21 hours ago
Puebla, Mexico and arrived in Olathe, Kan., hoping for a better future. Twenty years later, she's finishing college at the University of Kansas. She says it's scary to think that at any moment something could happen to her parents. "I'm not there... Read more
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Deseret News
Drowned kayaker was ‘brilliant, top-of-the-class’ student, postdoctoral researcherbe a noticeable void with his absence." Anuj Khandelwal recently completed his
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
be a noticeable void with his absence." Anuj Khandelwal recently completed his doctorate in medicinal chemistry from the University of Kansas, the post said. He was working as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Illinois. "Anuj and... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
What’s going on in Topeka this week? Here’s our C-J Extra calendar for Aug. 16-22, 2017serves the blind, visually impaired and print-disabled. Donations can be taken
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
serves the blind, visually impaired and print-disabled. Donations can be taken to Audio-Reader, 1120 W. 11th St. on the University of Kansas campus, or SoundInnovations, 1501 W. 6th St., both in Lawrence, or Sunflower School Supplies in Fairlawn... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Tongue-cheek police Twitter feed offers advice to college students(KGTV) - Police in Lawrence, Kansas, are offering tweets of advice to the thous
KGTV San Diego / Posted yesterday
(KGTV) - Police in Lawrence, Kansas, are offering tweets of advice to the thousands of University of Kansas students who are about to start college. The Twitter feed for the Lawrence Police Department is posting tongue-in-cheek messages to keep... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
CJ Extra calendar, Aug. 16-22, 2017serves the blind, visually impaired and print-disabled. Donations can be taken
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
serves the blind, visually impaired and print-disabled. Donations can be taken to Audio-Reader, 1120 W. 11th St. on the University of Kansas campus, or SoundInnovations, 1501 W. 6th St., both in Lawrence, or Sunflower School Supplies in Fairlawn... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
How Robert E. Lee's image transformed over timeweren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of Africa
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted yesterday
weren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at the University of Kansas, said that despite the attempt to use Lee as a reconciliation figure, many African-Americans spoke out... Read more
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International Business Times
Climate deniers in the Deep South aren't ignorant – they reject the truth to save themselves cause of these events is seen as an even greater threat to their livelihoods, a
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
cause of these events is seen as an even greater threat to their livelihoods, according to research by sociologists at the University of Kansas. The fossil fuel and commercial fishing industries are major employers in south-east Louisiana.... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
The Week in Women's Football: Grand Rapids FC UWS winners; WPSL final decided, Sweden's Damellsvenskan changes; Santos win Brazil titleManager and Coach for Fire and Ice was 37 year old Lindsay Kennedy-Eversmeyer,
tribalfootball.com / Posted yesterday
Manager and Coach for Fire and Ice was 37 year old Lindsay Kennedy-Eversmeyer, a native of St. Louis who played at the University of Kansas and is the all-time record holder at the school for career goals (61) and points (144). She memorably... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
AP Explains: How Robert E. Lee's image transformed over timeweren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of Africa
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
weren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at the University of Kansas, said that despite the attempt to use Lee as a reconciliation figure, many African-Americans spoke out... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
AP Explains: How Robert E. Lee’s image transformed over timeweren’t granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of Africa
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted yesterday
weren’t granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at the University of Kansas, said that despite the attempt to use Lee as a reconciliation figure, many African-Americans spoke out... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
AP Explains: How Robert E. Lee's image transformed over timeweren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of Africa
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted yesterday
weren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at the University of Kansas, said that despite the attempt to use Lee as a reconciliation figure, many African-Americans spoke out... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
AP Explains: How Robert E. Lee's image transformed over timeweren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of Africa
WGEM Quincy / Posted yesterday
weren't granted as many honors. Shawn Alexander, associate professor of African and African-American studies at the University of Kansas, said that despite the attempt to use Lee as a reconciliation figure, many African-Americans spoke out... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Meet Shelter Island Town's new social workerDistrict. “I love Shelter Island,” she said. “Not much has changed since I was
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
District. “I love Shelter Island,” she said. “Not much has changed since I was a kid.” She studied sociology at the University of Kansas and following her undergraduate studies, relocated to Albuquerque where she spent two years before... Read more
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New Kerala
New College Ranking and Review Aggregator Publishes Best Colleges in Kansas 2017-2018 - newkerala news #263154KS Ottawa University - Ottawa, KS Pittsburg State University - Pittsburg, KS
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
KS Ottawa University - Ottawa, KS Pittsburg State University - Pittsburg, KS Southwestern College - Winfield, KS University of Kansas - Lawrence, KS Since its founding in the darkest days before the Civil War, Kansas has always been... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Jackson County paying $80,000 for Jacob Ewing prosecutionare brought in when there is a conflict of interest or hired by victims or thei
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
are brought in when there is a conflict of interest or hired by victims or their families, said Suzanne Valdez, a University of Kansas School of Law professor who teaches prosecution ethics. While likely uncommon in large district courts,... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
THE WILD SIDEsurvival has been in doubt. The news this year, however, is good. Dr. Chip Tay
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 3 days ago
survival has been in doubt. The news this year, however, is good. Dr. Chip Taylor, director of Monarch Watch at the University of Kansas, monitors the status of monarchs each year, and he just issued his status report for 2017. Before... Read more
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KERA North Texas
You Can Order a Dozen STD Tests Online — But Should You?message, that doesn't mean it's simple to carry out, says Kevin Ault, a profess
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
message, that doesn't mean it's simple to carry out, says Kevin Ault, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan. "You have to make the appointment at the doctor's office, drive to... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
You Can Order a Dozen STD Tests Online — But Should You?message, that doesn't mean it's simple to carry out, says Kevin Ault, a profess
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
message, that doesn't mean it's simple to carry out, says Kevin Ault, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan. "You have to make the appointment at the doctor's office, drive to... Read more
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Boston Globe
The police in Lawrence, Kan., have a few tips for college studentstheir tups for avoiding arrests during their college years. And though the dep
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
their tups for avoiding arrests during their college years. And though the department’s tweets are directed to its local University of Kansas students, the advice is applicable to college campuses across the country. Tip No. 1: Don’t sell weed... Read more
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NBC News
This system catches vote fraud and the wrath of criticsa very bad job of is going from dual registrations to dual voting," said Mark J
NBC News / Posted 4 days ago
a very bad job of is going from dual registrations to dual voting," said Mark Johnson, an election law professor at the University of Kansas. "We can be registered in two or four states, but that doesn’t mean we vote in two or four... Read more
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EuroNews
This System Catches Vote Fraud and the Wrath of Criticsa very bad job of is going from dual registrations to dual voting," said Mark J
EuroNews / Posted 4 days ago
a very bad job of is going from dual registrations to dual voting," said Mark Johnson, an election law professor at the University of Kansas. "We can be registered in two or four states, but that doesn't mean we vote in two or four... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Robert O’Neil made our community a healthier place to live in countless waysremarkable career in medicine, he also served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy,
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 4 days ago
remarkable career in medicine, he also served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, played football and basketball for the University of Kansas (where he was coached by the legendary Phog Allen), and held positions with a staggering number of... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Hard work helps FB Zamora taste success in collegewomen’s soccer team. Her goal was a game-winner against Howard. Grand Junction
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
women’s soccer team. Her goal was a game-winner against Howard. Grand Junction’s Taylor Chaffetz transferred from the University of Kansas to Colorado State and appeared in 13 matches for the Rams in 2016. She was one of a school-record 90... Read more
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Slate
Smartphones Are Linked to Problems, but They Haven’t “Destroyed a Generation”a problem much bigger than that rectangle of metal and plastic in our hands. In
Slate / Posted 5 days ago
a problem much bigger than that rectangle of metal and plastic in our hands. In 2012, Brandon H. Hidaka, a scholar from the University of Kansas Medical Center, looked at the prevalence of depression diagnosis and wrote: “Declining social capital... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Shawnee County Commission begins revising its 2018 budgetimprovements to St. Francis Health. The bonds were sought by Topeka Health Sys
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 5 days ago
improvements to St. Francis Health. The bonds were sought by Topeka Health Systems, LLC, a joint venture between the University of Kansas Health System, a not-for-profit entity, and Nashville, Tenn.-based Ardent Health, a for-profit entity.... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Anti-campus carry group seeking communications between Kansas Boards of Regents, NRAa state law requiring colleges and universities allow concealed guns on campus.
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
a state law requiring colleges and universities allow concealed guns on campus. Megan Jones, a graduate student at the University of Kansas, has been an outspoken opponent of the state’s controversial concealed carry law that went into effect... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Pedestrian struck by car while running across K-18 west of Manhattancar, identified as James W. Davis, 37, of Georgia, was taken to Stormont Vail H
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
car, identified as James W. Davis, 37, of Georgia, was taken to Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka, then transported to The University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kan. There was no immediate information on Davis’ condition. The Ford’s... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Pedestrian struck by car while running across highway late Wednesday west of Manhattanidentified as James W. Davis, 37, of Georgia, was taken to Stormont Vail Hospit
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
identified as James W. Davis, 37, of Georgia, was taken to Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka, then was transported to The University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kan. There was no immediate information on Davis’ condition. The Ford’s... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
SC Warriors name Aaron Miles coachsaid. Miles played four seasons at Kansas, averagung 8.6 points, 3.3 rebounds
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 6 days ago
said. Miles played four seasons at Kansas, averagung 8.6 points, 3.3 rebounds and 6.9 assists points per game. He set the University of Kansas and Big 12 record for career assists with 954, which is the eighth-most in NCAA history. “We’re... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
SC Warriors name Aaron Miles coachsaid. Miles played four seasons at Kansas, averagung 8.6 points, 3.3 rebounds
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
said. Miles played four seasons at Kansas, averagung 8.6 points, 3.3 rebounds and 6.9 assists points per game. He set the University of Kansas and Big 12 record for career assists with 954, which is the eighth-most in NCAA history. “We’re... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Robert O’Neil, Topeka medical pioneer, dead at 97numerous specialty cares to Topeka. Lumb was the first rheumatologist in Topeka
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
numerous specialty cares to Topeka. Lumb was the first rheumatologist in Topeka. O’Neil and Cotton became friends in the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1942, and in the 1950s, they began recruiting physicians to practice with them in... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Dr. Robert O’Neil, Topeka medical pioneer, dead at 97numerous specialty care to Topeka. Lumb was the first rheumatologist in Topeka.
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
numerous specialty care to Topeka. Lumb was the first rheumatologist in Topeka. O’Neil and Cotton became friends in the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1942, and in the 1950s, they began recruiting physicians to practice with them in... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Anti-campus carry group seeking communications between Regents, NRAstate law requiring that colleges and universities allow concealed guns on camp
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
state law requiring that colleges and universities allow concealed guns on campus. Megan Jones, a graduate student at the University of Kansas, has been an outspoken opponent of the state’s controversial concealed carry law that went into effect... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Anti-campus carry group seeking communications between Regents, NRAstate law requiring that colleges and universities allow concealed guns on camp
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
state law requiring that colleges and universities allow concealed guns on campus. Megan Jones, a graduate student at the University of Kansas, has been an outspoken opponent of the state’s controversial concealed carry law that went into effect... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Bat Cats earn league honors46 hits, 41 strikeouts and 22 walks. Bartlett (St. Louis Unversity) and Seaton
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
46 hits, 41 strikeouts and 22 walks. Bartlett (St. Louis Unversity) and Seaton played for Barton Community College. Sems (University of Kansas); Kim (College of the Ozarks, Mo.) and Romero (Spring Hill College, La.) also played college baseball... Read more
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asianage
Heart disease risk in middle age tied to dementia laterblood vessels in middle age may help protect against cognitive decline, said Dr
asianage / Posted 7 days ago
blood vessels in middle age may help protect against cognitive decline, said Dr. Jeffrey Burns, co-director of the University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Kansas City. “These findings underscore the importance of taking action in... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Study links heart disease, stroke to dementiablood vessels in middle age may help protect against cognitive decline, said Dr
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
blood vessels in middle age may help protect against cognitive decline, said Dr. Jeffrey Burns, co-director of the University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Kansas City. “These findings underscore the importance of taking action in... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
What’s going on this week in Topeka? Here’s our C-J Extra Calendar for Aug. 9-15, 2017for people who are unable to read the printed word. Donations can be taken to A
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
for people who are unable to read the printed word. Donations can be taken to Audio-Reader, 1120 W. 11th St. on the University of Kansas campus, or Sound Innovations, 1501 W. 6th St., both in Lawrence, or Sunflower School Supplies in... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer enters 2018 gubernatorial racecan be a major political asset if he exploits it,” said Patrick Miller, an assi
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
can be a major political asset if he exploits it,” said Patrick Miller, an assistant professor in political science at the University of Kansas. Beatty said having the chance to work with the Legislature and solve a problem could give Colyer an... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Kansas junior golfers edge Nebraskaand has swept the last seven Junior Cup matches. Garden City’s Sion Audrain an
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
and has swept the last seven Junior Cup matches. Garden City’s Sion Audrain and Andover’s Zach Sokolosky, committed to the University of Kansas, won all three matches in singles, best-ball and foursomes. They won their best-ball match, 3 and 2, and... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Sinead O'Connor pleads for help, says she's living in motel> Robert Leahy was sitting on his couch, watching TV, when his wife, Gretchen,
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 8 days ago
> Robert Leahy was sitting on his couch, watching TV, when his wife, Gretchen, walked through the front door.More > University of Kansas Hospital hospital sued of misdiagnosis leads to organ removalsUniversity of Kansas Hospital hospital... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Company pulls swastika 'peace' shirts after backlash> Robert Leahy was sitting on his couch, watching TV, when his wife, Gretchen,
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 8 days ago
> Robert Leahy was sitting on his couch, watching TV, when his wife, Gretchen, walked through the front door.More > University of Kansas Hospital hospital sued of misdiagnosis leads to organ removalsUniversity of Kansas Hospital hospital... Read more
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Daily Mail
Can you REALLY be friends with an ex?them. Friendships based on practicality and civility last a long time and are
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
them. Friendships based on practicality and civility last a long time and are generally positive. Researchers from the University of Kansas delved into one of the greyest areas of friendship and found staying in touch with ex partners is a... Read more
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