young-matrons

Whole Foods project moves forward

The city council on Thursday approved a community improvement district for the Whole Foods project. The 30-year CID a one-cent ...
A panel briefed the city council on streetcar progress.

Downtown streetcars soon to run, along with political choices

A panel briefed the city council on streetcar progress. The downtown streetcar system is on schedule, under budget and will ...
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Diocese dorm project – and controversy – are back

A bitter zoning fight that erupted again Wednesday over plans for religious student apartments on Troost Avenue will continue. Ed ...
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City trash amnesty next week

All residents are eligible for Kansas City’s semi-annual trash amnesty the week of July 6-10. City-wide trash amnesty ...
city hall

Tougher vape law advances

The growing number of vape shops in the city would face more scrutiny under an ordinance advanced today. The changes would ...

Prolific embezzler gets 22 years

A federal judge in Kansas City on Tuesday sentenced a woman with a history of embezzlement to 22 years. Susan E. Prophet, ...
sewer-area

City to begin sewer, manhole repairs in Midtown

Midtown residents might be seeing crews and survey equipment as the city overflow control program, which began in 2010,moves ...
fireworks

Holiday fireworks will mean more injuries

People are getting ready for the big fireworks day Saturday and so are emergency rooms. Last July 4th, 33 people rushed to ...
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No breakthrough in minimum wage issue

File photo. A minimum wage rally in front of city hall. After weeks of meetings, little consensus emerged Monday from a citizen ...
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Update: City storm damage assistance

The city has updated its list of resources available for cleanup after last week’s storm. Complete list of storm resources ...