AP-KS--Kansas News Digest 2:50 pm, KS
Here’s a look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Kansas.
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AROUND THE STATE:
ONLINE CAR CELEBRITY
WICHITA — A Kansas man is gaining attention on YouTube for his car collection. Tyler Hoover, 31, runs the “Hoovie’s Garage” YouTube channel, The Wichita Eagle reported . The channel features videos where he purchases broken or unusual cars and documents what it takes to refurbish them. He frequently resells the cars, though he said he often doesn’t make money from the sales. SENT: 250 words.
— OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING-OVERLAND PARK — Police say a man killed by western Kansas police earlier this week was wanted for murder in Missouri.
— BICYCLIST DIES-KANSAS — A bicyclist who was hit on a western Kansas highway last month while competing in a cross country race has died in a Wichita hospital.
— BRYAN UNIVERSITY-COLUMBIA CLOSING — Bryan University, a private, two-year career training and technical school, has closed is branch in Columbia.
— HUMAN TRAFFICKING CONFERENCE — Federal, state and local prosecutors are sponsoring a two-day conference on human trafficking next week in northeast Kansas.
KANSAS CITY — The Red Sox put David Price on the mound against the Kansas City Royals as they continue their three-game series. Brad Keller tries to continue his hot streak for Kansas City. By Alan Eskew. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Game starts 6:15 p.m. CT.
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