Improvements have been made to the NBA Draft process, but they’re always incremental and administrative. It’s time to offer college prospects cash in the form of no-interest loans. Players can make more considered decisions, colleges can keep stars longer, and the NBA can get better rookies.
Kansas City’s streetcars could glide a little more quickly up and down Main Street if a few tweaks are made in the next several months. The eventual goal should be to clip valuable seconds off the normal 13-minute or so one-way trip.
After undergoing renovations, the Henry Wollman Bloch Fountain in front of Kansas City's Union Station was rededicated in a ceremony that included former chairman of H&R Block Henry Bloch, who dedicated the original fountain in 2001. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star
Renovated Henry Bloch Fountain at Union Station rededicated
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