Kansas City Star reporter Eric Adler explains the new proposal to build a new terminal by Burns & McDonnell versus keeping the existing airport terminals that Kansas City voters will decide in November on a ballot question.
Last year the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) launched an Uber-style on demand car service for disabled passengers. But higher-than-forecast demand forced KCATA to raise its fares, causing bitter protests.
Rebeca Garcia, 23, is living in an income restricted apartment in the River Market's Cold Storage Lofts while she saves money to go back to school. She says that without the apartment, she couldn't afford to live downtown.