Roxana Hegeman, The Associated Press

Roxana Hegeman

The Associated Press

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Roxana:

Government resumes prosecution in deadly 'swatting' case

A Kansas gamer whose online dispute with another player sparked a deadly hoax call will have to face a jury after violating the terms of a diversion deal he made with prosecutors → Read More

Cattle producers have a beef with 35-year marketing campaign

It’s one of the nation’s most iconic marketing slogans, but today the checkoff program that created the “Beef → Read More

White House urged to shutter privately run Kansas prison

Civil rights advocates and federal public defenders have urged the White House to intervene to ensure that a privately run federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas, shuts down when its contract expires at the end of this year → Read More

Black farmers were promised debt relief; white farmer lawsuits stand in way

BOYDTON, Va. (AP)—There was a time when Black farms prospered. Just two generations out of slavery, by 1910 Black farmers had amassed more than 16 million acres of land and made up about 14% of farmers. The fruit of their labors fed much of America. Now, they have fewer than 4.7 million acres. → Read More

Black US farmers awaiting billions in promised debt relief

U.S. farmers of color are battling in the courts to save a $4 billion debt relief program approved by Congress → Read More

Black US farmers awaiting billions in promised debt relief

U. S. farmers of color are battling in the courts to save a $4 billion debt relief program approved by Congress. Congress approved the debt relief for 16,000 farmers of color in March as part of a $1. 9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package. READ MORE:South Carolina's rural areas receive $13M for high-speed broadband. The funding was intended to remedy past discrimination in U. S. Department of… → Read More

Black US farmers awaiting billions in promised debt relief

BOYDTON, Va. (AP) — There was a time when Black farms prospered. Just two generations out of slavery, by 1910 Black farmers had amassed more than 16 million acres of land and made up about 14 percent of farmers. → Read More

Victims in Miami condo collapse came from around the world

The Champlain Towers South condominium was a true reflection of Miami’s international mix. → Read More

Victims in Miami condo collapse came from around the world

The Champlain Towers South condominium was a true reflection of Miami’s international mix. → Read More

Victims in Miami condo collapse came from around the world

The Champlain Towers South condominium was a true reflection of Miami’s international mix. → Read More

Victims in Miami condo collapse came from around the world

The Champlain Towers South condominium was a true reflection of Miami’s international mix. → Read More

Uber Eats tackles app profile issue that outs trans drivers

Uber Eats said it was working to further improve its systems and set up a fund to help drivers and delivery people cover the cost of updating their name and gender. → Read More

Uber Eats tackles app profile issue that outs trans drivers

Uber Eats says it has apologized and resolved issues with app profiles that outed a Kansas man as transgender → Read More

Black neighborhoods in Kansas hard hit by property tax sales

Residents in historically Black neighborhoods in the Kansas City, Kansas, risk losing their homes amid the pandemic as delinquent property tax sales resume under a practice critics decry as racist and government officials laud for revitalizing communities → Read More

USDA relocations curtail ag research, farmer confidence

More than a year after two U.S. Department of Agriculture research agencies were moved from the nation’s capital to Kansas City, Missouri, they remain critically understaffed and some farmers are less confident in the work they produce → Read More

Kansas Supreme Court suspends foul-mouthed judge from bench

A foul-mouthed Kansas judge accused of bigotry who cursed at courthouse employees so often that a trial clerk kept a “swear journal” documenting his obscene ... → Read More

Arizona woman charged in Capitol melee says Proud Boys recruited her

An Arizona woman charged in the Jan. 6 onslaught of the U.S. Capitol bragged in a Snapchat video that she was recently recruited by a Kansas City chapter of the Proud Boys, a neofascist organization that describes itself as "Western chauvinists" and has long forbidden female members. → Read More

Woman charged in Capitol riot says Proud Boys recruited her

Konold, who is charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, says the group that has long forbidden female members recruited her, raising eyebrows among experts. → Read More

Woman charged in Capitol melee says Proud Boys recruited her

The recent arrest of an Arizona woman who prosecutors say was a member of a Proud Boys cell in Kansas City has intrigued experts who study extremist right-wing movements → Read More

Woman charged in Capitol melee says Proud Boys recruited her

The recent arrest of an Arizona woman who prosecutors say was a member of a Proud Boys cell in Kansas City has intrigued experts who study extremist right-wing movements → Read More