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Ten Kansas City-area investors with $2.5 million stuck in a $283 million Florida bankruptcy have sued the Overland Park-based investment group that had recommended the soured deal. The lawsuit names … Click to Continue »
Here are area restaurants with seven or more priority or critical health code violations, with highlighted links to some original public record reports by city or county health inspectors. Restaurants … Click to Continue »
Salaries on Wall Street rose last year to their highest level since the 2008 financial crisis, according to a report issued Monday by New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The … Click to Continue »
First, T-Mobile agreed to buy Sprint. Then, Sprint told employees it’s thinking about selling its headquarters campus. Now, a Johnson County judge is being asked to weigh in on a … Click to Continue »
The University of Kansas Hospital unit that treats blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma is "bursting at the seams," the head of the division said Thursday. In the last 10 … Click to Continue »
The head of a small pharmaceutical company in Kansas City is under fire after defending a 400 percent price increase on a common antibiotic by saying he had a "moral … Click to Continue »
Overstock.com, the Utah-based online retailer of surplus and new merchandise, has signed a large lease on a distribution center in Kansas City, Kan., where it plans to employ more than … Click to Continue »
Howard Adams became a Kansas City landlord while he was still a delivery driver, rehabbing houses himself and renting them out to provide a retirement income. Most go for $500 … Click to Continue »
They train truckers at Apex CDL Institute in Kansas City, Kan. So, yes, federal proposals to put teens at the wheel of big rigs crossing the nation would likely boost … Click to Continue »
Here are area restaurants with seven or more priority or critical health code violations, with highlighted links to some original public record reports by city or county health inspectors. Restaurants … Click to Continue »
Anyone who thinks scooting is just for the kids needs to take a look at Brian Rainey. On a lunch break from his job at the Kansas City Board of … Click to Continue »
Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the company seeks to widen the product's appeal amid slowing sales. CEO Tim Cook … Click to Continue »
A $50 million housing trust fund and new zoning laws to require low-cost housing as part of all new residential construction are among the ideas Kansas City is considering to … Click to Continue »
Kansas City will get a second wave of dockless electric scooters Tuesday as Lime rolls into town. Lime will be dropping its scooters around and holding a ceremonial unlocking and … Click to Continue »
The monthly roundup of openings and closings across the metro. Coming soon ▪ Afterword Tavern & Shelves, bookshop, bar and cafe, 1834 Grand Blvd. By October. ▪ Andy’s Frozen Custard … Click to Continue »
Sued over a $110 million sweepstakes-and-contest scheme and their assets frozen, two men asked a federal judge in Kansas City for "living expenses." Kevin Brandes claimed he needed $28,740 a … Click to Continue »
Cerner President Zane Burke will leave the electronic health records company on Nov. 2 and the company has not designated a new president. The North Kansas City-based company announced Burke’s … Click to Continue »
The employees at Giving the Basics had had enough of one of their office mates. The one they had deemed "The Grinch" had pushed them too far. On Friday, they … Click to Continue »
Jenny Wheat’s photography studio has a bird’s-eye view of the former YJ’s Snack Bar space at 128 W. 18th St. and she has long considered it a community hub. When … Click to Continue »
The I-70 Drive In, one of only three drive-in theaters operating in the Kansas City area, has closed permanently. Its end cuts the number of such screens in the area … Click to Continue »
Kansas City medical student Mianna Armstrong was on the front lines of the fight against sexually transmitted diseases. With chlamydia and gonorrhea on the rise locally and nationally, the Centers … Click to Continue »
Sioux Falls voters are deciding whether to approve a $190 million bond to build new schools and improve existing facilities. The measure needs 60 percent approval in Tuesday's election to … Click to Continue »
Canadian gold mining firm Eldorado Gold is seeking 750 million euros ($875 million) in damages from the Greek state over delays in permits for mining work in the north of … Click to Continue »
A judge says an upstate New York fuel manufacturer is guilty of violating probation by having emissions that could create a threat to public health. Tonawanda Coke Corporation was found … Click to Continue »
By imposing taxes on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods, President Donald Trump has intensified a battle of wills between the world's two largest economies — and the outcome … Click to Continue »
The Dutch government says the country's economy will grow by 2.6 percent next year and unemployment will fall to a record low of 3.5 percent. The projected sixth year of … Click to Continue »
Less than 10 miles into Delaware on the interstate that serves most major East Coast cities, a large glass-walled hut offers travelers tax-free shopping, fast food and information on the … Click to Continue »
A cybersecurity firm is warning that Iranian government-aligned hackers have stepped up their efforts in the wake of President Donald Trump pulling America from the nuclear deal. Officials with FireEye … Click to Continue »
If North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was searching for the perfect propaganda set piece, something designed to show his people that he's a strong leader pushing inexorably for the … Click to Continue »
The pressure in natural gas pipelines prior to a series of explosions and fires in Massachusetts last week was 12 times higher than it should have been, according to a … Click to Continue »