Until recently, crime in American cities was on a long and steady decline. Between 1990 and 2015, homicide rates plummeted. In 2015, though, something changed. Criminologists will be debating what exactly that "something" was, but the end result was that crime spiked. Homicide is now rising faster than at any point in the United States since the 1970s.
Monday, May 29, 2017
Kansas City Prospect Intersection Ranks Among Nation's Most Dangerous
Reality check about an urban district raising taxes to try in increase local biz . . . Without more public safety and a drop in violence, any plan is doomed to fail. Thanks to an AWESOME TKC TIPSTER who sent the link this way and provides new info on the KCMO MEMORIAL WEEKEND MASSACRE still underway . . .