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Denise Neil covers restaurant and other entertainment news.
Suzanne Tobias covers education and family issues.
Beccy Tanner covers Kansas history and other general interest news.
Bryan Lowry covers the Kansas Legislature and politics.
Dion Lefler covers government and politics.
Rick Plumlee is a news reporter for The Eagle.
Roy Wenzl is a news reporter for The Eagle.
Amy Renee Leiker is a news reporter for The Eagle.
Tim Potter covers crime and public safety.
Hurst Laviana covers courts.
Deb Gruver covers county government.
Annie Calovich covers home and gardening.
Travis Heying is a photographer/videographer for The Eagle.
Jaime Green is a photographer/videographer for The Eagle.
Sherry Chisenhall is the editor of The Eagle.
John Boogert is the deputy editor for interactive at Kansas.com.
Tom Shine is The Eagle's deputy editor for news.
Marcia Werts is a metro editor at The Eagle.
Ardua Harris is the features editor for The Eagle.
Have You Heard? columnist Carrie Rengers reports business scoops.
Jerry Siebenmark covers banking and financial services.
Dan Voorhis covers the local economy,economic development, agriculture, and oil and gas.
Molly McMillin covers aviation/aerospace.
Kelsey Ryan covers health care.
Kirk Seminoff is The Eagle's sports editor.
Joanna Chadwick covers high school sports on VarsityKansas.com.
Kellis Robinett covers Kansas State athletics.
Rustin Dodd covers KU athletics.
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