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New life for old schools? Wichita district hopes so

Experts say five vacant school buildings hitting the market now have potential but come with some challenges. District officials say the primary goal is to unload surplus property and cut costs, but they hope potential buyers will give the old buildings new life.

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Matthew McCrane wants to help K-State become bowl eligible

CIA director’s Wichita house up for auction

Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo is auctioning his house on March 18.
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CIA director’s Wichita house up for auction 2:52

CIA director’s Wichita house up for auction

Historic Campbell Castle for sale for $3.5 million 3:51

Historic Campbell Castle for sale for $3.5 million

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Courtside Homes debuts this weekend with tours

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