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  • Aquarium Coming to Crown Center

    Aquarium Coming to Crown Center
    Crown Center announced on Wednesday that a $15 million Sea Life aquarium will open on the first and second floor of the shopping complex in Spring 2012.  The aquarium will occupy the first floor of the Halls department store and a portion of the second...
  • Another Chilly Night!

    Good Afternoon Everyone! It looks like another very cold night is upon us.  We're going to see temperatures dropping back below zero this evening under clearing skies.  While the actual air temperature will already be pretty cold, we're also going to...
  • City Lights: Back to the Lost Boys

    Sometimes, as a reporter, you get to stand back and simply observe twists of fate. I had that opportunity last March when two of the Lost Boys of Sudan visited Huntington Beach as part of the HB Reads program. That year's selection, "They Poured Fire on...
  • High School Senior Creates "Free Enterpriseland" Game

    High School Senior Creates "Free Enterpriseland" Game
    America's economic and business system can be very confusing and complex.  This week's Reaching 4 Excellence Young Achiever has created a board game to take some of the mystery out of it for kids.  And Andrew Borowick hopes to inspire them to get...
  • Kansas to Consider Marking Sex Offenders' License Plates and Enforcing Residency Regulations

    Kansas to Consider Marking Sex Offenders' License Plates and Enforcing Residency Regulations
    Kansas lawmakers will consider a bill that would bar some sex offenders from living near a school or day care later this month. The residency rule would apply to sex offenders whose victims were younger than 16. Such offenders would be prevented from...
  • Kansas business owner fights back: "I ain't paying them"

    Kansas business owner fights back: "I ain't paying them"
    There's only so many ways you can say “no”, but some Kansas businesses are finding it doesn't matter. They say they’re being billed for something they never approved. A Great Bend business called FactFinder 12, and hopes to warn others....
  • Mission Officials Say Aquarium Plan Still on Track

    Mission Officials Say Aquarium Plan Still on Track
    The lot at the former Mission Mall site has been empty for years, but developers say it's long talked about saltwater tank continues to be the focus of it's new project.  Since 2006 the lot where the old Mission mall used to sit has sat dead.  Promises...
  • Crown Center Diving Into Aquarium Project

    Crown Center Diving Into Aquarium Project
    Crown Center is getting a watery, $15 million facelift as a new aquarium is moving into space currently occupied by the Hall's department store. The Sea Life aquarium will open on the first and second floor of the shopping complex in Spring 2012.  The...
  • New Road Projects Announced for Kansas

    New Road Projects Announced for Kansas
    The state of Kansas will receive $250 million in funds for improving the state's roads. Governor Sam Brownback made the announcement on Friday. U.S. 69 Hwy and Interstate 435 in Overland Park are among the highways to see improvements, which include...
  • Rising Temps Could Leave Thousands Without Power

    Rising Temps Could Leave Thousands Without Power
    Rising temperatures next week could have thousands of cash strapped families around the metro without utilities.  As the mercury rises so too is the number of people needing utility assistance.  "MGE and Kansas City Power and Light , both will...
  • Free Tax Prep Available at KU

    Free Tax Prep Available at KU
    Free tax services are available for people who qualify through Monday, April 18. Business and Law students from the University Kansas will prepare returns for taxpayers who are Kansas, Missouri or Illinois residents making less than $49,000 per year and...