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KCMO Building Bubble Cont'd
Milhaus, which is working on the $80 million Gallerie mixed-use development between Crown Center and Union Hill and a smaller mixed-use project at 27th and Troost, is expected to bring another of its projects dominated by apartments and neighborhood retail uses to the East Crossroads site.
Kangroo Building Scheme At Risk
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - UMKC has responded to reports that $20 million in funding has been pulled from their downtown conservatory project. The money was reportedly from the Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation. In a letter sent to students, UMKC said "reports of the death of our UMKC Conservatory project are greatly exaggerated."
Local Hooker Playtime
Playwright Karen Hartman knew her work "Project Dawn" dealt with intense material. Its story, about women with multiple prostitution convictions who are going through a treatment program in hopes of having their charges erased, is based on a real place in Philadelphia called Project Dawn Court.
Kansas City Blaze Aftermath
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Flames shot from the top of a three story home in Kansas City early Friday morning. Firefighters spent several hours battling the blaze that appears to have started near the back of the home. Ten people lived inside the home at the time including four adults and two children.
Kansas City LoCain Condolences
If you are a Kansas City Royals homer, doomsday has arrived. On Thursday, Lorenzo Cain became the first prominent Royals free agent to sign elsewhere. The Milwaukee Brewers inked the 32-year-old outfielder to a five-year, $80 million contract. Well, here we are.
Happy Rock Noodle Report
You never know what you'll discover in a thrift shop: a pair of bell bottoms, the latest Babysitters Club graphic novel or a Vietnamese noodle shop. Mi Gia (6569 N. Oak Trafficway) opened last September in a former thrift shop space that has been gutted and divided into three Asian eateries (Poke Bar and the forthcoming Sushi Omasake).
Fatal Footballer Aftermath
Breaking News GRETNA, La. (AP) - Jurors in the trial of the man who shot former NFL running back Joe McKnight have found the defendent Ronald Gasser guilty of manslaughter. Closing arguments wrapped up Friday morning. Gasser shot McKnight after what prosecutors say was a road rage incident that included aggressive driving along a 5 mile route.
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