Glaring as the difference might be in hindsight, there tends to be a narrow, fuzzy line between the wisdom of seeking to make things happen and allowing them to unfold. But it’s certainly so when it comes to baseball and a Royals team whose magic the last two seasons has been enabled by its share of calculated gambles.
The non-profit organization on Tuesday announced the purchase of a vacant building at 3732 Main St. that formerly housed an Office Max store. Kansas City Young Audiences plans to renovate the 18,000-square-foot building and move into the new space at the end of this year.
A conservative group protesting Target’s policy to allow transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice has reportedly beefed up its protest. The American Family Association says its sending men into women’s restrooms at Target to test the policy.
How was state Sen. Forrest Knox able to include a table with all of the Kansas April revenue figures in his 3:15 a.m. Monday missive to voters — a full 12 hours before the Kansas Department of Revenue released the data to the public and the press?
The first tiny house in a planned village of the homes was dedicated by the Veterans Community Project May 2, 2016, near 89th St. and Troost Avenue. The 240-square-foot homes will provide transitional housing for homeless veterans.
Tiny houses to shelter homeless veterans
Danny Duffy discusses striking out of Bryce Harper
Ride with Yael Abouhalkah behind a Kansas City streetcar