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Sky is no limit for Salina brothers who pursued careers in astronomy

April 18 at 10:29 p.m.

In 1961, after NASA shot Alan Shepard into space, a 9-year-old boy named Steve Hawley asked his mother to buy him a dime-store telescope.

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  • Kansas Honor Flight vets return to Wichita

    About two dozen military veterans return from Washington DC from the first Honor Flight of 2014. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle)

  • Army dad surprises son

    Army Sgt. Derek O'Brien surprised his fourth-grade son Cade after coming home from his service in Afghanistan on April 17, 2014. (video by Jaime Green and Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)

  • City Council tours terminal

    Wichita City Council members toured the new Eisenhower terminal Thursday morning, April 17, 2014.

  • How To Make A Plant Marker

    Start with the slat of a window blind. April 15, 2014 (Video by Annie Calovich)

  • Varsity Kansas Big Show 04-14-2014

    Wichita Heights baseball coach Jeff Topping joins Joanna Chadwick on the Big Show.

  • Hail in west Wichita

    Rain and hail in west Wichita around 1:30 p.m. on April 13, 2014. (Video by Jaime Green)

  • How To Plant Green Onions

    Master gardener plants these onions closer together. Video by Annie Calovich (April 7, 2014)

  • Police Shooting Press Conference

    Wichita Police Chief describes the events leading to a police-involved shooting of 30 year-old David Zehring Thursday morning. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)

  • Testing out Subway's touch-screen drive-through

  • Varsity Kansas Big Show 04-07-2014

    Andale track coach Greg Smarsh joins Joanna Chadwick on the Big Show.

  • How To Plant Onions

    Master gardener goes above ground. April 2, 2014 (Video by Annie Calovich)

  • How To Mulch A Vegetable Bed

    Straw provides good base. April 2, 2014 (Video by Annie Calovich)

  • Thunderstorms kick up debris near Anthony

  • Butler Community College's Sydnee Eck

    Butler coach Doug Chance, Butler catcher Kate James and Sydnee talk about Sydnee's breakout season for the top-ranked Grizzlies after a year away from the game.

  • Cooking Up Change

    Teams of culinary arts students from seven Wichita high schools see whose healthy meal tastes the best in the Cooking Up Change competition on April 1, 2014. (video by Jaime Green)

  • Advocacy group marches for more funding for Kansas schools

    Members of the advocacy group Game On For Kansas schools march on the Kansas state Capitol on March 31 to demand adequate and fair funding for schools. Five members of the group completed a 65-mile trek from the Kansas City suburbs to the Supreme Court building in Topeka, where they were joined by about 50 supporters for the final leg of the journey to the Statehouse.

  • Controlled Burn At Chisholm Creek Park

    Wichita City Parks and Recreation crews conduct a controlled burn at Chisholm Creek Park. The purpose of the burn was to clear out unwanted cedar trees and heavy over growth

  • Tree Eating Machine

    Wichita Parks and Recreation department use a forestry mower to clean out thousands of cedar trees in Pawnee Prairie Park. The machine can devour a mature cedar in just seconds.

  • Derby Fire Destroys Two Homes

    Derby fire chief says both homes are total losses. Fire spread to homes from a grass fire in the backyard of one of the homes. (Video by Jaime Green/March 31, 2014)

  • Kellogg accident results in critical injuries

    Sedgwick County deputies and Kansas Highway Patrol officers investigate the scene of a critical injury accident aton Kellogg and 151st street west Friday morning, Apr. 14, 2014. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle.)

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Executive AirShare posts record year

April 18 at 6:36 p.m.

Executive AirShare, founded in Wichita and based in Kansas City, posted a record year last year, one in which the number of customers served grew 37 percent, the company said.

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More vets turn to prosthetics to help legless pets

April 16 at 10:52 p.m.

A 9-month-old boxer pup named Duncan barreled down a beach in Oregon, running full tilt on soft sand into YouTube history and showing more than 4 million viewers that he can revel in a good romp despite lacking back legs.

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Letters to the editor on expanding Medicaid, Hobby Lobby, Science Olympiad, great neighborhood, helping a stranger

April 18 at 6:09 p.m.

I’m sorry the writer of “Need kick in pants” (April 12 Letters to the Editor) has been so misinformed about those who have tried to sign up for the Affordable Care Act. These people work, often more than one job, but are not offered health insurance by their employers. They have tried to pay for it but are unable to. They also may have tried to apply for “Obamacare” and found they did not qualify because they made too little money.

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