Wichita property owners may see a slight reduction in their property taxes next year based on the latest projections for the 2015 school district budget.
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)
Friends enjoy getting together for a painting class that includes wine sipping. Video by Denise Neil/The Wichita Eagle
A few scenes from this week's Farnborough International AIrshow south of London
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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 of the Greater Wichita Economic Development Corp talks about how the Farnborough AIrshow has gone for Wichita
Boeing's expert crew rehearses the flight program for the 2014 Farnborough Airshow. Watch the show before the show! Learn more at http://www.newairplane.com/787/787-9/?v=2
Boeing's Lori Gunter shows off the 787-9 Dreamliner at the Farnborough International AIrshow. Video by Molly McMillin/The Wichita Eagle.
About 150 teens, ages 11 to 15, will camp overnight this week at Lake Afton for the 19th annual LAW Camp, which stands for Leaders, Achievers and Winners. Sheriff's Office and Kansas Army National Guard personnel are mentors, leading the campers in a variety of activities. The camp began Tuesday and runs through Friday. Video by Shelby Reynolds/The Wichita Eagle.
Bombardier president of business aircraft Eric Martel talks about the business jet market at the Farnborough International AIrshow
Red Bean's Bayou Grill auctioned off decorative items on July 14, 2014, and people left with neon signs, concrete alligators and other Cajun memorabilia. There will be a second auction of kitchen items on July 16. (video by Jaime Green/The Wichita Eagle)
Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper David Monckton talks about the two-car accident on K-254 that killed three people Sunday morning. (Video by Beccy Tanner, July 13, 2014)
Wichita natives and NFL stars Arthur and Bryce Brown hosted a free football camp for area youths for the second straight year on Saturday.
Check variety for harvest size. (video by Annie Calovich, Wichita Eagle)
A look from the top of Verruckt at Schlitterbahn Kansas City on Wednesday July 9, 2014 in Kansas City, Kansas. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star
Rabbits, chickens, goats and other animals were judged in 4-H competitions at the Sedgwick County Fair on July 10, 2014. (Video by Jaime Green)
The first riders went down Verruckt on Wednesday July 9, 2014 at Schlitterbahn Water Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Video by John Sleezer.
The owner of the former Halstead Hospital said he continues to push to reopen the building, while locals remain skeptical. (Video by Dan Voorhis) July 9, 2014
Please note even though it looks like a GoPro, this was filmed with the Garmin VIRB action camera. Get a look at the first ride down the Verrückt, the world's tallest and scariest water slide located in Kansas City. Featuring waterpark designer Jeff Henry and ride engineer John Schooley. All rights reserved to Schlitterbahn Development Group and Garmin. Music by: Feed Me - Grand Theft Ecstasy
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In “I Really Love You,” when George Harrison declared “my heart skips a beat,” he was describing a sudden heart flutter that signals a surge of romantic passion. But if your doctor says your heart is skipping a beat, it may mean you have (or are headed for) atrial fibrillation, or A fib.
The death of former Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze brought well-deserved tributes for his central role in bringing the Cold War to a peaceful end. After Mikhail Gorbachev was named Soviet leader in 1985, Shevardnadze became his strongest supporter within the Politburo and closest collaborator on the twin policies – glasnost and perestroika – that drove the reform movement. He is a still unsung hero of the dramatic diplomacy that led eventually to the collapse of the Evil Empire more than a quarter century ago.