It's been a bad few days for the Kansas City Star.
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that federal subsidies may continue to flow to insurance plans sold in federal insurance exchanges, despite what the text of the Affordable Care Act might suggest.
Despite being midsized in both population and convention business, Kansas City was rated among the top five cities in high travel taxes.
The status of ridesharing companies, like Uber and Lyft, dominated the agenda at this month’s meeting of the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (MTC).
According to the Post-Dispatch,
Recently, the Post-Dispatch reported on what the city plans to do with the Near North Riverfront, the proposed site of an open-air football stadium, should the current plan fall through.
The Columbia Public School District (CPS) and the union representing teachers in the district, the Columbia Missouri National Education Association (CMNEA), are embroiled in a labor dispute.