I graduated from high school in 1999. Since then, I have had few interactions with anyone who works for my alma mater, and none in any formal capacity. No one called a year later to see if I went to college. No one checked to see if they could offer me any career support.
If you're a Netflix subscriber, you may have noticed a new series being promoted on the site that features a very familiar setting.
The Kansas City Star editorial board rightfully condemned even idle talk of building a sports stadium downtown. And while most of the editorial was sound, it ended on a disappointing note:
Missouri’s development house of cards is all too often built upon a shaky foundation of corporate welfare. It looks as though Chesterfield may be stacking the cards higher and higher.
We’ve written about the encroachment of machines into the workforce previously.
A piece in The Kansas City Business Journal suggests that the efforts of Mike Burke and his development partners to raise the private money needed to build a convention hot
Dave Helling of The Kansas City Star noted a while back that every ordinance approved by the City Council of Kansas City, must address a simple question: “
Collecting data for a research project on Missouri city budgets—known for now as the “government checkbook project”—I have found inconsistencies across the state regarding how easy it is to get information about how different Missouri cities spend local tax dollars.
In a sign of the times, Rob Roberts at The Kansas City Business Journal found it newsworthy that a developer seeking to build a mixed use high rise in Westport is no