Wichita artist John McCluggage, a ceramics instructor at Mark Arts, guides Clayton Barnett through the process of destroying one of his pots. The project was a form of "resolution and reconciliation" for McCluggage, he said. Video by Matt Riedl
See Wichita artist's pottery be smashed to bits
Cuban Cuisine with Armando Perez
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One plea, and offers to help family quickly appear
How to make a pinhole projector to safely view an eclipse
College football player learns of scholarship - in the very best way
One-day breast cancer radiation comes to Kansas
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Is it the IRS calling you? Don't be too sure
When geese need a police escort to cross the street
How to pick the perfect watermelon
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An off-duty police officer recently spotted Kylie Hudlin at a local skating rink wearing shoes that were too small and hurting her feet. Kylie’s father is currently out of work and her grandfather has cancer. Now several people have banded together to get Kylie and her 14-year-old brother new shoes in time for school. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
You don't necessarily need fancy equipment to watch one of the sky's most awesome shows: a solar eclipse. With just a few simple supplies, you can make a pinhole camera that allows you to view the event safely and easily.
Gopher player Justin Juenemann of Phillipsburg, Kansas, was told he would receive a scholarship in an unconventional way on Aug. 9, 2017, with the help of Coach P.J. Fleck and a friend from the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital. (Courtesy of Minnesota Gophers)
When Goddard resident Patrick McElligott got a call from the IRS demanding money he figured it was a scam and called The Wichita Eagle. We visited with the Better Business Bureau's state director Denise Groene and trade practice specialist Roberta Namee along with Wichita police Sgt. Santiago Hungria Jr. of the financial crime section. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
The Overland Park Police Department shared a traffic cam video of one of its officers shepherding a gaggle of geese across a busy street. "We 'Protect and Serve' not only humans, but geese also," the police said. (Courtesy of Overland Park Police Department/Facebook)
A 737 fuselage with airplane seats and a screen was delivered to Exploration Place by Spirit AeroSystems on Tuesday. The “fuselage theater” is a key piece of Exploration Place’s “Design, Build, Fly" exhibit opening on Dec. 2.
Maggi Watson celebrated her 98th birthday with a season-high score of 140, hitting three strikes in a row toward the end of that game Tuesday, July 25, 2017, at The Alley. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)