In this issue
- Coronavirus arrives in the U.S.
- Shooting outside nightclub leaves one dead, 15 injured
- Migrants clash with Mexican authorities at Mexico’s southern border
- Angelique Boyer la protagonista de la década
Tuesday marked the start of Hispanic Heritage Month. Observances look very different this year. Like other special occasions and holidays since March, the nation’s 30-day
By Tere Siqueira For many area colleges and universities, classes are set to begin in a few weeks. Bryan Colmenares is among those people who
TOPEKA – Gov. Laura Kelly announced her administration’s grant application for FEMA’s Lost Wages Assistance program (LWA) received federal approval and an award of $63 million
Las integrantes de Flans, Ilse y Mimi, estarán próximamente en un autoconcierto en la Ciudad de México, en el cual presentarán su último sencillo “Todo
As Hispanic citizens of this great country, it’s a privilege and incumbent upon us right now to channel our positive energies into assertive civic participation.
By Roberta Pardo Deaths attributed to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia rose to more than 20% above normal over the summer, a new article by Politico
By Tere Siqueira A regional food bank is helping to meet the needs of food-insecure Kansas City area residents during the coronavirus pandemic. Harvesters, a
Longtime KC radio host dead at 51 Story by Angie Baldelomar and photos by George Acuña Longtime radio personality Armando Cruz, a host for Kansas