The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released some good news about the employment numbers from May: Fourteen states saw their unemployment rates decrease, and the rest of the states’ unemployment rates stayed the same.
While we wait for the city’s report on economic development incentives, over a year late at this point, we thought we’d look over the other companies that bid on the project.
For years, census data demonstrated that people are eschewing urban settings for the suburbs.
For the legal eagles out there and the laypersons just curious to take a look at the decision, you can find the Court's opinion here.
Taxpayers pay thousands of dollars a year to support their local school districts. Shouldn’t they be able to monitor how the schools are spending their money?
One year ago, Steve Vockrodt of The Kansas City Star wrote an excellent piece on the “original sin” of the airport’s new terminal effort.
Being financially responsible—keeping a close eye on your bank balance and even your credit score, for example—isn’t always pleasant. Being truly accountable for educating kids also requires keeping track of numbers, both good and bad. As President George W.
Bill Turque over at The Kansas City Star wrote the standard piece on this week’s streetcar extension vote, and gave some attention to the uncertainty of necessary federal funds,
The Loop Trolley appears stuck in an endless loop of delays.