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KCRise Fund to receive investment from region’s largest insurance provider

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC), the region’s largest not-for-profit healthcare insurance provider, announced today it will invest in KCRise Fund II, which funds high-growth, early-stage technology companies in the Kansas City area. “Blue KC’s investment…

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Missouri Gov. Parson makes visit to KC to discuss new saliva-based coronavirus test

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson made a stop in Kansas City, Mo. Thursday morning for a press conference about new saliva-based COVID-19 testing in the state. The conference was held Truman Medical Center/University Health, where Parson announced the hospital will be one…

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Jobless claims make upward jump last week

In the week ending October 10, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 898,000, an increase of 53,000 from the previous week's revised level. The previous week's level was revised up by 5,000 from 840,000 to 845,000. The…

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Approval passes 10-0 for Shawnee mixed-use project

Shawnee has given the ultimate OK for a mixed-use growth deliberate for the town’s downtown space. The Shawnee Planning Fee on Monday voted 10-Zero to approve a website plan for Blume Shawnee, a brand new residential, retail and workplace undertaking…

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Westport High building slated for residential redevelopment

The developers who renovated the former Westport Middle School into co-working space now are tackling the historic high school across the street, proposing a $45 million apartment redevelopment. The vacant Westport High School building, which opened in 1908 at 315…

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KC home prices rise in face of inventory shortage

A drop in housing inventory has swept the nation, impacting some regions more than others. In Kansas City, the significant and mostly unpredictable drop in inventory has bumped prices up in the area, total inventory in the metro dropping the…

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AMC Theatres Tuesday filing shows its cash supply could run dry by end of year

AMC Theatres said Tuesday ongoing challenges in the industry could leave it without cash as soon as the end of 2020. The Leawood-based company made the announcement in a filing Tuesday to the Securities and Exchange Commission. In the filing,…

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Missouri S&T receives largest single gift in the history of Missouri higher education

In the largest single gift in the history of Missouri higher education, St. Louis businessman Fred Kummer and his wife June have donated $300 million to a foundation that will support Missouri S&T, the university announced today. The new gift…

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Annual Plaza Lighting Ceremony to be held virtually in 2020

For one of the region’s most beloved traditions, the Country Club Plaza will host the 91st Annual Evergy Plaza Lighting Ceremony as a broadcast-only event on…


Crossroads establishment The Rieger to close

Another Kansas City restaurant is closing as a casualty of the pandemic. The Rieger, in the Crossroads, announced Friday that they will be closing on…


CVS Health to bring influx of jobs to KC metro

According to a company spokesman, the retail pharmacy and health care company is preparing for the peak flu season and a new wave of Covid-19…


Kansas September jobless rate drops 1 percentage point

Preliminary estimates reported by the Labor Market Information Services (LMIS) division of the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)…


Coping with COVID: Missouri submits plan for COVID-19 vaccine delivery to CDC

On Thursday, Governor Mike Parson announced that Missouri has submitted its plan for administering the impending COVID-19 vaccine to the Centers for Disease Control and…


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Opinion

Surviving the Election

Husch Blackwell attorney Timothy Hilton does a good job on Page 15 of this edition, exploring concerns and the potential…


Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Strange things happen in Westport. I know, because I office there. Enough strange things happen that I had taken to calling…


How Did Equity and Equality Become Different Things?

Ever since it became clear that Joe Biden would be the Democratic standard-bearer in 2020, I turned the knob on…