A fifth lawsuit has been filed in Kansas against Insys Therapeutics, which is accused of bribing doctors to prescribe its powerful fentanyl spray, and a doctor plaintiffs say participated in the scheme.
Lime is decommissioning one of its scooter models out of fear the devices can break, the company said Monday. Lime and Bird scooters have become a common mode of transportation in and around downtown Kansas City.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has to complete a months-long rule-making process before anyone can even apply for a medical marijuana card or apply to open a dispensary or grow operation.
Missouri voters may have overwhelmingly approved medical marijuana by constitutional amendment on Tuesday, but most doctors are reluctant to recommend it for patients because it’s not regulated by the FDA.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit in KC federal court against a business owner claiming he retaliated against a worker who refused to change his testimony in an earlier discrimination case.
A federal judge strikes down contract provision between UPS Global Freight and Teamsters. It pays less if medical reasons temporarily force a driver into dock work, but full pay if a DUI sidelined the driver.
Samson Dental Partners in Leawood and ImmediaDent urgent care dental clinics are paying $5 million to settle allegations they submitted false Medicaid claims and pressured dentists to give unnecessary cleanings.
Veterans Day is Sunday, Nov. 11. There are many discounts for veterans and active duty military on that day and others. They include free or discounted meals, free haircuts and discounts on merchandise.
Mobile IV services marketing themselves as a quick cure for hangovers started in Las Vegas in 2012. They’ve since made their way to Kansas City and elsewhere, despite skepticism from the medical community.