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Football games across Wichita that were once jam-packed with young players and the sounds of cheers will return Saturday with a new twist, but the anticipation for little league football has remained high. As little leaguers and coaches gear up for their first game back in the Greater Wichit…

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Former NBA star JR Smith is trading in his sneakers for a pair of spikes after being cleared by the NCAA to play golf for North Carolina A&T State University. The 16-year NBA veteran skipped college to pursue his professional basketball dreams, winning two world championships during his …

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Serena Williams: "After careful consideration and following the advice of my doctors and medical team, I have decided to withdraw from the US Open to allow my body to heal completely from a torn hamstring." ... Serena Williams will miss the 2021 US Open due to injury.

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Sunday's "Jim Crow Strikes Out" softball game was a fantastic display of community unity in recognition of the historical 1925 exhibition between the KKK and all-Black Wichita Monrovians. The collaboration between Wichita's Urban Professionals and the Public Library brought a diverse group o…

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The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters are returning to Wichita with new crossover moves, ridiculous alley-oop dunks, and circus shots. The historic squad will be bringing their newly reimagined Spread Game Tour to Intrust Arena Friday, Aug 20, at 7 p.m. Fans will see new threads and players,…

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Kansas City’s Human Relations Department is updating its name to the Civil Rights and Equal Opportunity Department in an effort to renew focus on investigating civil rights violations and ensuring that inclusion, equity and diversity goals and training are part of all city operations.

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You’ve heard the saying, “three wrongs don’t make a right.” Once again, and all to familiar, we have an incident involving the justice system where a number of wrongs ended with the death of someone who hadn’t committed a crime.