By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER Americans with no more than a high school diploma have fallen so far behind college graduates in their economic lives that the earnings gap between college grads and everyone else has reached its widest point on record. The growing disparity has become a source of frustration for millions of Americans worried […]
Kansas City, KS native author John W. Hudson II talks with What’s Up Kansas City about his new children’s book series Fred Dexter and Friends, his inspiration for the series and the future of Fred Dexter.
State representative Gail Finney for the 84th District interview with Sheila KInnard regarding her forecast for 2017 they are as follows: Education funding ,Medicare in Kansas ,foster care, lowering Taxes foster care, Medicare , and Joey Weber act.
By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN The federal government has allowed four groups at the forefront of the white nationalist movement to register as charities and raise more than $7.8 million in tax-deductible donations over the past decade, according to an Associated Press review. Already emboldened by Donald Trump’s popularity, group leaders say they hope the president-elect’s victory
Today Krista Lovette, FASHIONETTA chair interviewed with Janice Thacker about the 33 annual AKA Sorority, Beta Kappa Omega Chapter, FASHIONETTA. The social event for African America young ladies in Wichita. This year fourteen young ladies from seven high schools were involved in the 5 month cultural and scholarship event. Today, alone with Krista were three
By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS and JULIE CARR SMYTH Seven people were sent to the hospital Monday morning after an active shooter was reported on campus, the Columbus Fire Department said shortly after the school sent a series of tweets telling students to shelter in place and to “Run Hide Fight.” Two of those people were in
By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER President-elect Donald Trump’s proposals would modestly cut income taxes for most middle-class Americans. But for nearly 8 million families — including a majority of single-parent households — the opposite would occur: They’d pay more. Most married couples with three or more children would also pay higher taxes, an analysis by the
Rev. DeShaezer concern about he lack of Black teachers at Wichita state university. Background : on November 2nd 2016 the black Educators Hall of Fame committee met with President Bardo Round Table monthly meeting we were informed that there were only eight black teachers of Wichita State University