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3 hrs ago | Business Journal
With construction season in full swing, Kansas Citians are subject to the daily woes of traffic jams, parking problems and a maze of closed downtown streets.
3 hrs ago | Business Journal
Developers of a 44-unit apartment-over-retail project at 1914 Main St. say they're also looking at sites along the proposed streetcar expansion routes.
6 hrs ago | The Pitch
Sporting Kansas City CEO Robb Heineman a year ago tweeted out this version of a soccer training facility that may get built out in Wyandotte County.
10 hrs ago | Arrowhead Addict
Jun 17, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; A general view of the Kansas City Chiefs fields during the Kansas City Chiefs minicamp at University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex.
14 hrs ago | KMBC-TV
SEPARATISTS AND EASTERN UKRAINE. LATER TODAY, A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT AT SPORTING PARK AHEAD OF THE BIG ANNOUNCEMENT TONIGHT.
Catherine Browder has lived and worked as a writer in the Northeast for more than 30 years.
If you're traveling from downtown east on Independence Avenue, it is a gateway to the city's urban core.
At last week's Kansas City City Council meeting, city officials unanimously approved an ordinance that would allow the city attorney to execute and file any necessary documents to establish a Port Authority Port Improvement District.
President Barack Obama has announced plans to visit Kansas City next week for a speech about the economy, his third visit in 12 months.
Preservation Market 510 Westport Road, 816-531-2337 Hours: 11:30 a.m.10 p.m. TuesdaySaturday, closed SundayMonday Price: $$ A lot of foods taste particularly fine with a cold beer: pizza, hot dogs, a pig's foot.
President Barack Obama will be in town next week to deliver a remarks on the economy, according to a White House official.
A man charged with 10 shootings along Kansas City area highways earlier this year says he is innocent and he has the evidence to prove it.
Anthem Education, a for-profit college with 34 campuses across the United States, could close its campuses in Missouri because of its "rapidly deteriorating financial condition," the St. Louis Business Journal reports.
Aviation Technical Services Inc. is moved into its new location at Kansas City International Airport's Overhaul Base, and it's ready to increase its workload.
KMBC 9's Micheal Mahoney says Kansas City's Kemper Arena -- as it exists today -- looks more like a relic of the city's past than part of the plans for the city's future.
Through a public records request, KCTV5 News dug through the transactions to find the card swiped at high-end restaurants for meals with administrators, school board members, consultants and community leaders, along with other questionable transactions.
A man who was carrying a gun while shopping at a south Kansas City Walmart store alarmed customers enough to call police, even though his actions are legal under Missouri open carry laws.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 06:50 pm
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