A nine-month study by Black & Veatch into the vaibility of a hyperloop route along Interstate 70 found that the possibility of the ultra-fast passenger connection between Kansas City and St. Louis could work.
The Overland Park City Council has approved incentives for a new office building in downtown Overland Park, to be completed late next year. Tenants will include BRR Architecture and REACH Healthcare Foundation.
Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que announced it will buck its long-standing policy and open its original gas station location this Sunday. Some through it was for Chiefs home game against the Bengals. But it’s not.
The historic Kansas City Club — and before that, University Club — building at Ninth Street and Baltimore Avenue is open again as high-end downtown event space. It took more than two years to renovate.
Crossroads Hotel officially opens Thursday, Oct. 18, with 131 rooms featuring works by local artists and makers, two restaurants and bars, public gallery and more. A rooftop bar is scheduled to open later.
South Plaza residents oppose a hotel planned on 50th Street between Main and Wyandotte. The City Plan Commission voted against the Home2 Suites and Tru by Hilton hotel, but it still could be approved by the City Council.
Before he dropped out of the KC mayor’s race to seek treatment for PTSD, Jason Kander was positioned to command an overwhelming fundraising advantage, with more than $500,000 collected in just one quarter.
The Overland Park Council has rejected a request to negotiate tax incentives for the Brookridge golf course redevelopment. The huge project, proposed for southeast of 103rd and Antioch, remains in doubt.
Missouri ranked 6th in the nation in percent of doctors taking all Medicare patients. Kansas ranked 48th. The survey underlines the importance of consumers making sure doctors are covered before choosing a plan.
East of Troost Avenue in Kansas City, grocery stores are more likely to emphasize sugary, fatty foods near the entrance. Farther west, however, stores beckon with fresh produce and fish. Can that change?
A majority of Missouri leaders in the Missouri Influencers project were in favor of the state joining 30 other states that have legalized marijuana for medical use. But dissenters include a toxicologist.
The Kansas City Club has reopened as an event space on Baltimore Avenue. The four-story neo-classical building housed the University Club and later the Kansas City Club when the two merged. The club went bankrupt in 2015.