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On Thursday, President Rich Smith said the firm brought in $67 million in total billings in 2013 and hired a total of 96 new employees.
Back in January, it was announced that KCUR's weekly, community-oriented magazine program KC Currents would merge into the station's 10 a.m. show, Central Standard .
Running a family business can be some of the most rewarding work in the world. In many ways, building a successful business that can be passed down the branches of your family tree is seen as the American Dream.
Kaldi's Coffee Roasting Co. will shut down the Kansas City area coffee shops for remodeling and rebranding, the St. Louis Business Journal reports .
Early in the month of February, several fights broke out at Northeast High School in one day.
It was livable for decades, but the spectacular view at the View wasn't enough to save this legendary gay-friendly saloon.
If you've had an ear to the ground in recent weeks, you've doubtlessly heard rumors about Brent Tactic's new gig - which makes sense, given the relatively recent quiet of his label Think 2wice.
Kate Hackman, head "art lady" at the Charlotte Street Foundation for the past 10 years - she initially served as co-director and recently as artistic director - announced today that she will leave the local arts organization in July.
Eric Bikales performs March 12 in a benefit birthday party for The Barn Players, in honor of his sister's 60th birthday.
Yes, it's all Mardi Gras and beads and booze tonight, so live it up. Lent begins tomorrow, kicking off fish-fry season in Kansas City - and with plenty of opportunity to eat meatlessly for the next six Fridays during the Lenten season.
An arena-sized stage show that pairs contemporary pop music with classical music, Night of the Proms has been a huge hit in Europe since the mid-1980s.
While legislatures debate whether to implement the Common Core State Standards. the beast that is troubling practitioners is the obligation to somehow test students, not on so much content as before but on the harder-to-measure ability to think.
Shawnee County and other defendants are seeking to make Topeka the site of the trial for a federal lawsuit Laura Lopez-Aguirre is pursuing against them regarding her husband's death two days after being released from the Shawnee County Jail.