East side residents who will be displaced by a new police development are collecting signatures to recall 3rd District Councilman Jermaine Reed.
Kansas City, Missouri has a truancy ordinance as of Thursday afternoon, but it doesn't portend to change the daytime curfew policy.
The earnings tax will stay and sales and property taxes will increase if a mayoral commission on municipal revenue gets its way.
As of May 1, 2012, Kansas City, Mo. residents can expect higher rates on water usage and wastewater (sanitary sewer) services.
The foreclosure crisis hit some of Kansas City 's neighborhoods hard, particularly neighborhoods that were already struggling with crime, disinvestment and people moving out.
The Kansas City Council approved a pension deal for MAST employees. A Kansas Senate committee introduced a bill that could help some dog and horse race tracks reopen. That and more news from KCUR.
Kansas City, Missouri finally has a pension deal with MAST ambulance employees. Or more accurately, two pension deals. And an overall contract deal is in the works with Firefighters Local 42, but not official yet.
Kansas City residents and businesses are being warned to remove any signs they've posted in public right-of-ways or on utility poles.
The Kansas City, Mo. Council revives a truancy curfew measure. A Kansas City teen is charged with texting while driving in a fatal accident. That and more news from KCUR.