Celebrities

August 12, 2014 9:17 PM

Film star Lauren Bacall dies at 89

Lauren Bacall, a bewitching actress whose husky voice and smoldering onscreen chemistry with her husband Humphrey Bogart made her a defining movie star of the 1940s and who decades later won Tony Awards in the Broadway musicals “Applause” and “Woman of the Year,” died Tuesday in New York. She was 89.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Paul Rudd gets soaked in Royals World Series party 00:27

Paul Rudd gets soaked in Royals World Series party

Wichita State women's tennis coach Colin Foster 01:27

Wichita State women's tennis coach Colin Foster

Talking Shocker backcourt for 2016-17 06:37

Talking Shocker backcourt for 2016-17

Museum exhibit features baseball game between all-black Monrovians and KKK in 1925 01:37

Museum exhibit features baseball game between all-black Monrovians and KKK in 1925

Kansas African American Museum chronicles saga of black athletes in Kansas 02:29

Kansas African American Museum chronicles saga of black athletes in Kansas

Man attacked in QuikTrip bathroom 00:44

Man attacked in QuikTrip bathroom

Mumbai Rail Indian Bistro opens in Wichita 00:59

Mumbai Rail Indian Bistro opens in Wichita

Gregg Marshall gives tennis team a pep talk 11:00

Gregg Marshall gives tennis team a pep talk

Franklin Graham holds rally at Capitol 02:29

Franklin Graham holds rally at Capitol

Kansas entrepreneurs shift to "lifestyle" businesses 01:37

Kansas entrepreneurs shift to "lifestyle" businesses

New train rides the rails at O.J. Watson Park 02:14

New train rides the rails at O.J. Watson Park

Two walk up in the night 00:46

Two walk up in the night

Share Video

Entertainment Videos