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It’s All About the Clothes. How Universities in Kansas Dress Students for Success | Kansas Public Radio

A service at the University of Kansas connects students with donated professional clothing.
— Read on kansaspublicradio.org/kpr-news/its-all-about-clothes-how-universities-kansas-dress-students-success

Growing hemp in Kansas, academy teaches farmers how to grow

Kansas is in the middle of what some call the corn belt, but it may soon be known as the heart of the hemp belt as interest for growing the crop surges.
— Read on www.kshb.com/news/local-news/growing-hemp-in-kansas-academy-teaches-farmers-how-to-grow

Alzheimer’s vaccine shows promise | | kctv5.com

Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the US and researchers are fighting the clock as the baby boomer population ages. This is why news of a
— Read on www.kctv5.com/content/tncms/live/

This Guy Just Accidentally Discovered How to Grow Coral 40 Times Faster

Environmentalists have been watching in horror as the world’s coral reefs slowly die away. In many areas, the decline isn’t slow at all. Coral, which can take decades to reach maturity, can’t keep pace with the changes in climate and toll of increasing human populations. Or maybe there is some hope after all. Dr. Dave
— Read on tribunist.com/news/this-guy-just-accidentally-discovered-how-to-grow-coral-40-times-faster/

Volunteers defy KC Health Department, feed homeless people

KC Health Department has told the group Free Hot Soup it needs a permit. But bundled up against the freezing weather, about 100 hungry people and volunteers gathered for a picnic at Ilus Davis Park on Saturday.
— Read on www.kansascity.com/news/local/article222820265.html