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KPTS premieres 'Lost Theaters' documentary at Orpheum

When the Miller Theater opened May 1, 1922, at 115 N. Broadway in Wichita, a Wichita Eagle writer said it was “the greatest thing for Kansas since the signing of the armistice” that ended World War I. Seventy years later, the majestic theater – once called the most spectacular west of the Mississippi and Chicago – would be demolished to make way for a parking lot.

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24 tricks to survive hot summer nights (without AC)

When summer comes to mind, we almost always focus on picnics, days lounging on the beach and tasty iced drinks. But hot weather has a gnarly side too. We’re talking about the real dog days of summer, when intense heat and humidity make it impossible to sit comfortably, let alone sleep through the night.

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Behind the scenes of "Zookeepers As Animals" week

To celebrate National Zookeeper Week, Sedgwick County Zoo zookeepers posed as their animals and posted the photos on social media, with #ZookeepersAsAnimals. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at one photo shoot. (Courtesy of Sedgwick County Zoo / July 22, 2016)
Behind the scenes of "Zookeepers As Animals" week 0:41

Behind the scenes of "Zookeepers As Animals" week

Historical Wichita photographs still fascinate today 1:20

Historical Wichita photographs still fascinate today

Hurts Donut to open second location this month 0:32

Hurts Donut to open second location this month

Teams battle for charities in DodgeBrawl tournament 0:39

Teams battle for charities in DodgeBrawl tournament