Daniel Salazar, The Kansas City Star

Daniel Salazar

The Kansas City Star

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Daniel:

ACLU sues over Kansas law banning contracts with Israel boycotters

A curriculum coach at a Wichita magnet school can’t contract with the state to train other teachers because she’s boycotting Israel. → Read More

Wichita doctor stabbed 165 times, affidavit says

Dr. Achutha Reddy of Holistic Psychiatric Services was killed on Sept. 13 near his clinic at Central and Edgemoor. → Read More

Wichitans protest gun violence following Las Vegas, Lawrence shootings

City Council Member Lavonta Williams criticized lax gun regulations, blaming them for violence in communities across the country, including her district. → Read More

WSU won’t discipline students who hung controversial banner

A “New Members Free House Tours!” sign from the side of a fraternity house during Greek recruitment “triggered uncomfortable feelings,” a WSU official said. → Read More

How employment is faring at the Innovation Campus Airbus building

The Airbus building on Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus opened earlier this year. → Read More

Wichita could announce new baseball team by end of year

City officials are talking with minor-league teams about possibly relocating to Wichita to play in a new downtown ballpark. → Read More

What to know about Eclipse Day 2017

The United States will see its first coast-to-coast solar eclipse since 1918. Parts of Kansas seeing a total solar eclipse. → Read More

It’s getting tougher for Hispanics to get out of jail

Some bail bond businesses avoid Hispanic inmates at the Sedgwick County Jail because of a risk that they could be deported, an official says. → Read More

Where to see the eclipse in Kansas – and what to expect

Here’s a list of events in Kansas for the partial and total solar eclipse – and what should you see. → Read More

Personal rapid transit system might someday link WSU, Old Town

A personal rapid transit project from Wichita State University to downtown has been added to the Wichita Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s long-range transportation plan. → Read More

Will you be able to see one of biggest meteor showers of the year?

Cloud cover in the Wichita area and the moon’s light could drown out the Perseids meteor shower. → Read More

Sunrise Christian Academy van shown in KC with beer, alcohol

A SnapChat photo shows a school van parked outside Arrowhead Stadium with alcohol in the back. → Read More

Is health plan ‘fundamental work’ or ‘promoting a political agenda’?

County officials blasted a health improvement plan for pushing Medicaid expansion and certain education, tax and welfare policies. → Read More

Giant sign, giant mistakes on water tower at WSU

Wichita State University’s name on the water tower near 17th and Oliver was misspelled Friday morning. → Read More

How WSU moved to fill mostly empty, private Innovation Campus housing

Revenue from student rent payments will shift toward paying the lease with a private developer, one of whose managing partners chairs the Kansas Board of Regents. → Read More

City, county spend $28,000 to reopen City Hall-courthouse tunnel for employees

The 350-foot tunnel under Central, just west of Main, had been closed for more than 13 years and will not be open to the public. → Read More

Now you can store your gun in the county courthouse lobby

Twenty gun lockers are located in the northeast corner of the lobby behind a bulletproof protective enclosure. → Read More

Wichita police arrest man in connection with sexual assault on girl

Wichita police announced Friday they had arrested a man in connection with the sexual assault of a 7-year-old girl. → Read More

Wichita State University paid former employees to drop lawsuits, leave university quietly

Agreements this year settled two lawsuits against the university citing discrimination and wrongful termination. → Read More

Brownback lets bill blocking guns in hospitals become law

The governor said “appropriately” restricting concealed carry at state mental health hospitals enjoyed bipartisan support. → Read More