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  1. SPORTS: Men's basketball tops Southern Utah for fourth home winRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Central Michigan Life

    ... easy layups." CMU will remain at home but won't play until Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. when the University of Missouri Kansas City comes to McGuirk Arena. For a brief moment early in the second half Austin fell to the floor in pain and went the bench holding ...

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  2. Edmond Golfer Says 9-Iron Saved His LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | News9 Oklahoma City

    EDMOND, Oklahoma - Edmond Golfer Sam Humphreys says it was a freak accident on the golf course that led to his cancer discovery. The college senior says his 9-iron saved his life.  "I was hitting balls with my dad out on the range at National," Sam said.

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  3. Aspen Dental Makes Access to Care Easier in IndependenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Business Wire

    Aspen Dental office at 3901 South Bolger Drive expands dental care access in the Independence community when it opens on Thurs., Dec. 13. The office is located in Jackson County - which has been designated as a dental health professional shortage area by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The new practice offers extended hours: Monday through Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. as well as select Saturdays.

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  4. Will Deutsche Bank Survive Its Latest Crisis?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Knowledge@Wharton

    Wharton's David Zaring and William Black from the University of Missouri-Kansas City discuss alleged money laundering at the bank. Deutsche Bank faces its most severe test yet in the wake of police raids on its Frankfurt offices last Thursday over suspicions of helping its clients in money laundering.

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  5. Symphony Orchestra concert slated for Dec. 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Bureau County Republican

    Guest conductor Glenn Block will lead the Illinois Valley Symphony Orchestra in "Winter Dreams," a program of music for the season, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9 at the Ottawa High School Auditorium. OTTAWA - The Illinois Valley Symphony Orchestra will present “Winter Dreams” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9 at the Ottawa High School Auditorium, preceded by a 2:15-2:45 p.m. “Chat with the Conductor.” This concert is sponsored by Wendy and Aziz Asphahani, along with Season Sponsors Ning Communications and Ottawa Radio.

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  6. Firing Off Kansas City News LinksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Tony's Kansas City

    The University of Missouri-Kansas City, as well as the other three campuses in the UM System, will extend buyout offers to tenured faculty nearing retirement age, it was announced Friday. "We've got to make sure we're doing everything we can to alleviate any financial pressure," MU spokesman Christian Basi said, though he was "not ready to speculate" on whether more layoffs would be coming if too few employees took buyouts.

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  7. Local physician recognized with prestigious ethics awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Kansas City Jewish Chronicle

    Dr. John Lantos, director of the Bioethics Center at Children's Mercy Hospital and professor of pediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, was honored with the William G. Bartholome Award for Ethical Excellence at the recent National Conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics in Orlando, Florida. The Bartholome Award recognizes an individual who has significantly impacted public discussion of ethical issues in pediatric medicine.

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  8. Is money in the bank really safe? Today,Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Douglas Goldstein, CFP, a financial adviser who helps people preserve the real value of their money, questions how safe it is for people to keep money in the bank. Professor William Black, Associate Professor of Economics and Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One: How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry, discusses bank safety and explains why OECD nations insure bank deposits.

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  9. Kansas City Late Night News OutlookRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Tony's Kansas City

    Kansas City, Missouri fire crews are on scene battling a massive house fire that may have spread to two other homes. Firefighters were called to the structure in the 400 block of Askew Avenue near Smart Avenue around 4:30 p.m. Flames were already shooting from the roof of the multi-story home when fire crews arrived.

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  10. Telemedicine surging in US but still uncommonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | Reuters

    ... for this type of exam, said Dr. Jay Portnoy of Children's Mercy - Kansas City and the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine. "Direct-to-consumer telemedicine is exploding since it is so easy to set up (patients can be seen at home)," ...

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  11. Recent Missouri EditorialsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 27 | Washington Times

    A recent assessment of higher education needs in Missouri paints a gloomy picture. The state's public colleges and universities face $1.4 billion in deferred maintenance, and it's getting worse.

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  12. Diversity Lesson Awaits Missouri Higher EdRead the original story

    Monday Nov 26 | Tony's Kansas City

    State college initiative offering more access and/or increased political debate whilst Gen Z skips college altogether in order to get to work . Read more: Three University of Missouri campuses are part of a national program looking to increase college access for minorities and lower income students and increase their graduation rates.

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  13. Holsinger et al. on Predicting CrimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 26 | CrimProf Blog

    Alexander Holsinger , Christopher Lowenkamp , Edward Latessa , Ralph Serin , Thomas H. Cohen , Charles Robinson , Anthony Flores and Scott Vanbenschoten have posted A Rejoinder to Dressel and Farid: New Study Finds Computer Algorithm is More Accurate than Humans at Predicting Arrest and as Good as a Group of 20 Lay Experts : 51-56) on SSRN. Here is the abstract: IN A RECENT article published in Science Advances, Dressel & Farid presented results from their recent study that they believe call into question the accuracy and fairness of the COMPAS risk assessment tool specifically and all statistically-based prediction tools more generally.

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  14. Using credit responsiblyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2018 | Church Executive

    ... ollege, a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary, and an MBA from the University of Missouri Kansas City.

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  15. Eagles battle in overtime to top Missouri-Kansas City at 2KRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 22 | Cheney Free Press

    Two games that went into overtime delivered a split for the Eastern Washington men's basketball team last weekend and the Eagles first victory of the young season. Behind the career-high effort - and clutch shooting of Jesse Hunt - Eastern rallied to tie the game and go on to defeat the University of Missouri-Kansas City 87-80, Saturday, Nov. 17 at Reese Court in the consolation game of the 2K Empire Classic benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.

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  16. Rabbi Levin leads effort to reinforce separation of church and stateRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 22 | Kansas City Jewish Chronicle

    This is part of the Hobby Lobby ad that published in the Kansas City Star on July 1, which prompted Rabbi Mark H. Levin authoring a declaration embracing separation of church and state. Rabbi Mark H. Levin, founding rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah, holds a firm belief that no religion should have any privileged status in the eyes of the United States government or any jurisdiction within it.

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  17. Eagles battle in overtime to top Missouri-Kansas City at 2KRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 21 | Cheney Free Press

    Eastern Washington forward Jesse Hunt battled on both ends of the court last Saturday leading the Eagles to an 87-80 overtime win in the consolation match-up in the 2K Empire Classic over Missouri-Kansas City. Two games that went into overtime delivered a split for the Eastern Washington men's basketball team last weekend and the Eagles first victory of the young season.

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  18. City FAVS: New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Acton Institute

    How do we shepherd the flock in the search for economically healthy and socially just urban communities? What is the role of the local church in sustainable human development? Where do we find guidance for those facing unemployment and neighborhood displacement? Join us to explore how moral and economic clarity give direction in our mission to be true disciples, fostering effective charity, empowering our congregations and creating a context for urban flourishing. City FAVS conference participants will envision a new framework for examining complex problems facing today's city, built upon a foundation of theological and economic clarity.

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  19. UMKC suspends professor accused of exploiting students for laborRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 21 | Business Journal

    A pharmacy professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City was suspended with pay Tuesday following media coverage that exposed allegations that he exploited foreign students for free labor, KCUR reports.

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  20. Professor accused of making students watch dogs, be waitersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | 101.5 CIL-FM

    The University of Missouri-Kansas City is expanding its investigation of a professor after a Kansas City Star story revealed allegations that he coerced students to perform personal favors, including watching his dog and acting as waiters and busboys. The Star reported Sunday that School of Pharmacy professor Ashim Mitra, an Indian immigrant, made the demands exclusively of Ph.D. candidates from India who were in the U.S. on student visas.

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