Release budget-cut proposals

The budget documents are of public interest, because the state agencies provide important services to many Kansans. Also, Gov. Sam Brownback and some state lawmakers argue that the way to solve the state’s budget shortfalls is through spending cuts. Voters deserve to know what that might look like before they go to polls on Nov. 8 and elect a new Legislature.

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Pottery Barn offers sneak peek at lofty new store

Pottery Barn's Lesley Kempin and Paul D'Antonio discuss the new store that will open at Bradley Fair on Oct. 28. (Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle)
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Pottery Barn offers sneak peek at lofty new store 1:14

Pottery Barn offers sneak peek at lofty new store

VarsityKansas Big Show with Goddard's Scott Vang 6:08

VarsityKansas Big Show with Goddard's Scott Vang

Smoothies in schools 1:00

Smoothies in schools

Piper Lou-Renee live from the Eagle 7:26

Piper Lou-Renee live from the Eagle

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