The Kansas City-based architectural firm, BNIM, is relocating from the historic property to the TWA Building in the Crossroads district. The TWA building is home to Barkley Inc., the Kansas City advertising and marketing company.
Very little is sacred in an NFL locker room. Not personal appearance, not on-field performance and certainly not contract status, as Alex Smith can attest. The Chiefs' quarterback was already a very rich man prior to his new four-year, $68 million contract extension, which was announced on Sunday, but tell that to his teammates, who started harassing their good-natured leader from the moment he entered the team's training facility on Monday.
Jennifer Lawrence is asking for an investigation after a hacker apparently obtained graphic naked cell phone photos of numerous celebrities, including Lawrence and Kate Upton, and leaked them online. A list of more than 100 alleged victims reportedly includes Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, Kirsten Dunst, Avril Lavigne, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Winona Ryder.
Will it be a September to remember for baseball fans in Kansas City? The Royals were in first place on Aug. 31 for the first time in decades and are in position to make the playoffs for the first time since 1985. Check out this special collection of stories and charts to get you prepared for the critical final month.
Kansas City International Airport currently has only one daily flight to Toronto, but new aircraft are making it possible for midsize, non-hub airports like KCI to have direct flights to London and other European ports of call.
The president has asked Congress to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour from its current paltry level of $7.25, though chances of that happening appear slim to none. On this Labor Day weekend, we want to hear what you think about proposals to raise the minimum wage.
This startup company is working on a fitness tracker for dogs, and moved its headquarters to Kansas City after participating in the Sprint Accelerator earlier this year. Now the company’s CEO, Davide Rossi, says his team is readying the device for distribution.
Building the Tigers’ 2014 recruiting class, Missouri cornerbacks coach Cornell Ford Ford coveted a big cornerback. Kenya Dennis, who played the last two seasons at Hinds Community College in Mississippi, fit the bill.