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Kansas City Trump Food Cutbacks
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the Truman Medical Centers Mobile Market rolls through, 41 Action News caught up with Jessica. "We come faithfully every week. And it goes until November, so then you start to be mindful of what foods are available seasonally.
Bui8lding Up Troost
Milhaus Development, which is making its first big splash in Kansas City with the $80 million Gallerie mixed-use development between Crown Center and Union Hill, is proposing 182 apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail space six blocks east of there at 27th and Troost.
Rainbow Bunny Raising Prices
Maybe it's time to cut the cord. The cost of Google Fiber's TV package is going up again. A standard cable-like package with the company's ultra-fast consumer internet connection will spike by $20 a month beginning in July. Internet-only rates remained unchanged.
Sending The Very Best Tax Spike
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Sheraton and Westin at Crown Center are looking to redevelop and they want a special tax distinction to help foot the bill. The developer believes renovations will cost about $30 million and they say they cannot afford it. They are looking to make changes to rooms, parking garages and amenities.
Meth Town Mail Charge
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A FedEx Ground worker was caught red-handed picking up money that didn't belong to him during his route. The driver was seen picking up $60 a mother left for her daughter under the doormat at a home on the 2100 block of N. Delaware Street Wednesday morning.
Check KCMO Tech Disparity
between those with consistent access to computers and the Internet and those who don't, the digital divide is often discussed in the abstract. However difficult to conceptualize in a broad scale, the digital divide in Kansas City has real economic, cultural and social implications in our community.That's why the City of Kansas City, Mo.
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