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Autopsy: Body found at Maize apartments was suicide

Today at 2:03 p.m.

An autopsy has confirmed that a Kansas man whose decomposing body was found inside a car at a Maize apartment complex in May committed suicide, authorities said.

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Videos

  • First Student bus inspection

    The Kansas Highway Patrol inspects First Student buses for the Wichita school district. Video by Mike Hutmacher/The Wichita Eagle (July 31, 2014)

  • "If I Had A Million Dollars"

    The Barenaked Ladies perform one of their most popular songs at Red Rocks Casino in Las Vegas in 2011. (video by Jaime Green)

  • "What A Good Boy"

    Carter Green, Nicholas Risinger, Steve Levan and Greg Ewing play Barenaked Ladies' "What A Good Boy" at a party at Greenjeans Studios in Wellington, Kansas in January 2007. (video by Jaime Green)

  • Boy, age 3, shot in the chest

    Wichita Police officers believe a 3-year-old boy possibly shot himself in the chest while his mother and her boyfriend were napping in the 500 block of East Lincoln in Wichita. (Video by Jaime Green)

  • MOXI Junction An Outlet For Special Needs Adults

    MOXI Junction, which stands for Mothers of Exceptional Individuals, is a coffeehouse, bakery and art gallery that opened Monday in Maize. Four mothers created the workplace for their special-needs children and young adults who could otherwise be unemployed. Video by Shelby Reynolds

  • Kansas Motorcycle Works

    Former Big Dog Motorcycles sales director Matt Moore has started his own motorcycle company.

  • Puerto Rican Fans At NBC

    Fans of the Puerto Rico National Team cheer for the baseball team during its game against Greeley, Colo., in the NBC Tournament in Wichita. Jaime Green (July 28, 2014)

  • Dandurand Drugstore West

    Dandurand Drugstore has a new west-side store at 21st and Ridge. (Video by Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle, July 28, 2014)

  • High Hopes For Pot Petition

    Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas For Change talks to the media after delivering 5800 signed petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana in Wichita to the City Clerk's office Thursday at City Hall so it can be reviewed in time to get it on the November ballot. (Video by Fernando Salazar)

  • American Solar Challenge Makes Stop in Wichita

    Solar-powered cars that are part of a competition make a stop in Wichita.

  • MIke Pompeo debates Todd Tiahrt

    Fourth District GOP candidate Mike Pompeo's closing statement during a debate with Todd Tiahrt at a Wichita Crime Commission luncheon. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle)

  • Todd Tiahrt debates Mike Pompeo

    Fourth District GOP candidate Todd Tiahrt's closing statement during a debate with Mike Pompeo at a Wichita Crime Commission luncheon. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle)

  • U.S. airlines cancel Israel flights

    The Federal Aviation Administration is telling U.S. airlines they are prohibited from flying to the Tel Aviv airport in Israel after a Hamas rocket exploded nearby. The FAA said in a statement that the ban on flights is for 24 hours. (July 22)

  • Kevin Jenks, NBC World Series tournament director

    National Baseball Congress World Series tournament director Kevin Jenks talks about his background in sports and his close relationship with his brother, Ken Rohlman. Video by Joanna Chadwick, the Wichita Eagle. (July 18, 2014)

  • Group works to preserve Wichita's history

  • Fine Art for The Wine Heart

    Friends enjoy getting together for a painting class that includes wine sipping. Video by Denise Neil/The Wichita Eagle

  • A Look At The Farnborough Airshow

    A few scenes from this week's Farnborough International AIrshow south of London

  • How To Harvest Blackberries

    Hands-free container helps

  • GWEDC:Wichita Has Best Aviation Workforce In US

    Tim Chase, head of the Greater Wichita Economic Development Coalition, talks about the importance of Wichita's workforce as it competes for work

  • Tim Chase On The Farnborough Show

    Tim Chase of the Greater Wichita Economic Development Corp talks about how the Farnborough AIrshow has gone for Wichita

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Ringling circus, animals possess age-old appeal

Today at 2:21 p.m.

Ringling Bros. animal trainer Cathy Carden has a simple message for anyone interested in protesting the circus coming to Intrust Bank Arena next week: “Come see for yourself.”

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Eagle editorial: Kansas has mixed results on caring for kids

July 30 at 5:11 p.m.

The always thought-provoking Kids Count Data Book counts even more in this election year, considering Gov. Sam Brownback’s stated 2010 campaign goals of reducing child poverty and improving fourth-graders’ reading. Kansas’ mixed results overall show the recession’s effects and leave a lot of work to do.

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