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Editorial: Shame on Washington

Millions of Americans watched the nail-biting drama in Washington. For some of the nation’s poorest and most vulnerable, it’s personally alarming. As high-profile negotiations and political posturing persist in the nation’s capital, many of the 66-plus million retirees, disabled workers, eligible dependents and others covered by Social Security worry that their monthly payments could be […]

Activists claim new law 2350 leads to racial profiling

By Chara Many activists are protesting against a Kansas law set to take effect on July 1 for fear it’ll lead to social profiling.Vetoed by Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly but overridden in April in the state House and Senate, the legislation is House Bill 2350. The legislation is designed to create “the crimes of human […]

Dos Mundos celebrates 42 years of service

By Angie Baldelomar Dos Mundos is celebrating 42 years of serving the Hispanic community in Kansas City.Diana Reyes Raymer, Dos Mundos general manager, attributes the lasting success of the newspaper to being a grassroots media that focuses on covering local and regional news.“I am a strong believer that everyone has a story that needs to […]

Giselle Garza uses art as an outlet of showing love

By Chara Giselle Garza is a talented 19-year-old artist from Kansas City. Her passion for art began since she was a kid, and she has been creating art ever since. She was nominated to participate in the Parade of Hearts 2023 with her sculpture ‘El Amor Crece Aquí’ (Love grows here) and she feels proud […]