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More tech companies choose Kansas City’s Crossroads and land funding

A San Francisco Bay company, Pramata, is opening an office in the Crossroads Arts District, the latest to be attracted to Kansas City’s growing tech community. LaunchCode, another company with a new Crossroads office, will receive a second $250,000 grant from the Missouri Technology Corp. to support its expansion in Kansas City.

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Interactive report on Kansas City's downtown development boom

Downtown Kansas City’s rejuvenation is now rolling into a new era, with the start of the $100 million streetcar line on Main Street and 70 projects in areas that include Crown Center, the Crossroads Arts District, the Downtown Loop and River Market. We map the changes in an interactive report.

Pie Five Pizza franchisee plans up to 10 more locations

The Goebels currently have locations in Leawood, Lenexa, Mission, Olathe, Overland Park, Topeka and Westport

They will open a Manhattan, Kan., restaurant and one in Lawrence as part of their original agreement for 10 locations

They said sales have “significantly exceeded” their expectations, hence the expansion to 10 more locations

Pie Five Pizza franchisee plans up to 10 more locations

The Goebels currently have locations in Leawood, Lenexa, Mission, Olathe, Overland Park, Topeka and Westport

They will open a Manhattan, Kan., restaurant and one in Lawrence as part of their original agreement for 10 locations

They said sales have “significantly exceeded” their expectations, hence the expansion to 10 more locations

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Hearing focuses on proposed ban on some animal products

While both critics and supporters of a proposed ban on the sale of food products from farms that keep animals in overly restrictive cages say the measure would likely raise egg prices in Massachusetts, supporters contend consumers would barely notice the increases.

Hearing focuses on proposed ban on some animal products

While both critics and supporters of a proposed ban on the sale of food products from farms that keep animals in overly restrictive cages say the measure would likely raise egg prices in Massachusetts, supporters contend consumers would barely notice the increases.

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