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Ophthalmologist performs sight-saving surgeries in Congo

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More millennial women putting career before motherhood

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UMKC officers and Kansas City police work together for a safer campus

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The Prophecy

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Can Coding Schools Help Fill IT Jobs, Skill Gaps?

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Kansas City’s Downtown Renaissance Continues With Major Redevelopment Opportunity

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A walk down memory lane: National Museum of Toys & Miniatures to reopen after $8M renovation

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Experts concerned about high rate of ultrasound exams during pregnancy

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The Master of Master’s

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Conference on the Greek Debt Crisis

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