The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates. Borrowing costs will steadily rise for consumers and businesses. But how will your student loan repayments be impacted during this change? The answer depends on what type of student loans you have.
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Colleen Nelson and Dave Helling of the Star's Editorial Board talked with development attorney Mike Burke, representing KC Hotel Developers LLC, about the group’s proposed 800-room convention center hotel during a Facebook Live show Wednesday afternoon.
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Last year Major League Baseball and the players union instituted the bilingual media coordinator program in a pilot stage requiring all clubs to have a translator dedicated exclusively to translating for Spanish players. Tony Clark, MLB Players Association's executive director, talks about its importance and impact on players.
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