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The New Airport Conversation
The managing director of Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate hosted a standing-room-only crowd Monday night for a town hall meeting about plans to renovate Kansas City International Airport. The meeting was held at KCPD's South Patrol building. Edgemoor executive Geoffrey Stricker told the audience that the one terminal design for KCI would be traveler friendly.
Dead-Tree Obamacare Promo
The Community Health Council of Wyandotte County has run ads online and on radio in past years urging uninsured people to sign up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act, often called Obamacare.
Power Play Against Energy Companies
Complaining about "deal protection devices," a Westar Energy Inc. shareholder has sued to stop the company's proposed $14 billion merger with Kansas City-based Great Plains Energy Inc. - the second such lawsuit protesting a revised merger of equals.
Satanist Abortion Goals Stay Winning
The suit challenges Missouri's abortion law that includes a mandatory three-day waiting period and requirements that a woman seeking an abortion read a booklet, view an ultrasound, and hear the fetal heartbeat. It alleges those requirements violate constitutional religious freedom.
Kansas Guv Pardon
TOPEKA, Kan. -- Gov. Sam Brownback signed an executive pardon Tuesday giving clemency to a man convicted of felony theft back in 1994. The move was the first time a Republican governor of Kansas has issued a pardon in modern political history.
Local Booze News
Calibration Brewing Company (119 Armour Road, North Kansas City, Missouri) celebrates its first anniversary with a beer festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21. The event features live music and regional vendors, such as Cinder Block Brewery, Colony KC, Fringe Beerworks, Restless Spirits, Lifted Spirits, Earthbound Brewing Company from St.
Taking A Dump In Kansas City Woods
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Whether it's trashed toys, couches or clothes dumped on the side of the road, Alan Ashurt does not mess around. "Illegal dumping is a crime just like any other crime," he said. TONIGHT AT 10 on @41actionnews: trash, trash, trash! How @KCMO is cracking down on illegal dumping.
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