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By James V. Shuls on Apr 25, 2019

Kids can be terrible. I know. I have four of them. They bite. They kick. They scream. They mock. They tease. They do just about everything you tell them not to . . . sometimes because you tell them not to.

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By Kelvey Vander Hart on Apr 25, 2019

If you need a flu shot, you could make an appointment with your physician, wait at a potentially inconvenient location, and likely receive an expensive bill.

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By Emily Stahly on Apr 24, 2019

Recent research shows that there is a gap in academic achievement between lower- and upper-class students by as much as three to four years of schooling.

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By Emily Stahly on Apr 23, 2019

In many of Missouri’s school districts, career and technical education classes are available either through the local high school or area career centers.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Apr 23, 2019

VisitKC, Kansas City’s convention and visitor’s bureau, is making presentations in which they claim that the city’s occupancy rate—the percentage of available hotel rooms sold each night—is lower than what it should be for

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By Bennett Lewis on Apr 22, 2019

Hot off the Cato Institute press, Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care tackles an anxiety-inducing question: Why is our health care system so costly and dysfunctional?  Authors Charles Silver and David A.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Apr 22, 2019

My colleague recently wrote a post skeptical of the Bike KC Master Plan claim th

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By Kelvey Vander Hart on Apr 19, 2019

Kansas City officials are working on a draft of the Bike KC Master Plan, a strategy for increasing bike lanes within city limits.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Apr 18, 2019

Last year, a bill requiring cities to submit their spending records—or “checkbooks”—to the state was filed in the House, and this year the measure passed the lower chamber in a b

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By Elias Tsapelas on Apr 17, 2019

Sometimes it seems as if politicians can always find a justification for spending more taxpayer dollars.

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