Taco Bell Is Testing a New Churro Doughnut

Taco Bell will begin testing a new Churro Donut in select restaurants around Kansas City, Missouri, from April 4 through early May. In an email, a spokesperson
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Farm loan delinquencies highest in 9 years as prices slump

Farm loan delinquencies highest in 9 years as commodity prices slump
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Eagles agree to let Foles seek starting job in free agency

Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman says the team will not use its franchise tag on quarterback Nick Foles and instead will let him become a free
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Kansas' Quindaro Ruins on brink of historical designation

The Quindaro Ruins in Kansas City are on the brink of receiving a historical designation that will help preserve the Civil War-era port of entry into Kansas and
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Mariners' Hernandez gets off to shaky spring start

Felix Hernandez says he's all set for a bounce-back season
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Police: Man shot in Kansas City, Kansas, dies

Police say a man has been shot to death in in Kansas City, Kansas
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Oklahoma City Archdiocese to delay clergy abuse disclosure

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is delaying its release of names of priests credibly accused of sexually abusing children
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After veteran salaries drop, baseball players want change

While Manny Machado agreed to a pending $300 million, 10-year contract with San Diego and Bryce Harper is likely to top Giancarlo Stanton's record $325 million,
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Kansas City Zoo polar bear with liver cancer euthanized

Kansas City Zoo officials say a polar bear at the zoo has been euthanized because she was suffering from liver cancer
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AP source: Moustakas, Brewers nearing deal for $10M

AP source: 3B Mike Moustakas, Milwaukee Brewers nearing deal for $10M
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Kansas GOP picks Kansas City-area attorney as new chairman

Republican activists in Kansas have named a Kansas City-area attorney as the party's new state chairman
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Kansas' abortion uncertainty fuels response to New York law

Kansas abortion opponents are as eager as ever to impose new restrictions but stymied by an uncertain state legal climate, so they're focusing on condemning New
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Tributes, activism, safety drills mark 1 year since Parkland

Some students around the country marked the anniversary of the school massacre in Parkland, Florida, with moments of silence or somber vigils, while others aime
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Heading south: Warming to change how US cities feel in 2080

A new study looks at what cities' future climate could be like under global warming by comparing them to hotter southern cities of today
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How many Kyler Murrays are out there in specialization era?

How many Kyler Murrays are out there in specialization era?
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Reviews mixed of bill that would expand charter schools

Some parents are praising legislation that would expand charter schools in Missouri, while administrators for traditional public schools are raising concerns th
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Duke, not Vols, top overall seed in initial NCAA rankings

Duke, Tennessee, Virginia and Gonzaga are the top seeds in the NCAA Division I Basketball Committee's initial rankings
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Edward Zigler, 'father of Head Start,' dies in Connecticut

Edward Zigler, a Yale University professor who helped create the Head Start program for disadvantaged preschoolers in the 1960s, has died at his Connecticut hom
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Sex abuse case not only time Kansas judge has been lenient

A Kansas judge who blamed two teenage girls for a sexual encounter with a 67-year-old man has spent a decade on the bench overseeing mostly sealed juvenile and
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Chiefs GM: Planning already happening for Mahomes contract

The Chiefs are already planning their future around signing quarterback Patrick Mahomes to a long-term contract, even though the league MVP can't sign an extens
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Woman dies after hitting snow plow amid latest winter blast

A wintry mix of snow and ice has closed schools, government offices and several universities and caused another deadly wreck in Kansas
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Some workers still unpaid after shutdown, dread what's next

Many federal workers are still reeling financially and waiting to be made whole after the longest government shutdown in U.S. history
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Kansas woman pleads guilty to being part of meth ring

A 41-year-old Kansas City, Kansas, woman has pleaded guilty to being part of a methamphetamine ring that distributed the drug in the Kansas City metropolitan ar
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Courthouse in Kansas City to remain closed all week

The county courthouse in downtown courthouse will be closed for the rest of the week after another water line break
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