When the Kansas City Royals publicly addressed their desire to have a new $2 billion ballpark complex built with a stadium district surrounding it, team CEO John Sherman's note included numbers on the potential impact on the local economy.
Six states are suing the Biden administration over its plans to cancel millions of dollars in student loans.
The Missouri Supreme Court Tuesday refused to hear an appeal of a ruling upholding the Secretary of State's process for putting a recreational marijuana legalization measure on the November ballot.
Devastating flash floods in Dallas, St. Louis and eastern Kentucky have left cities across the U.S. questioning their own security in a warming climate.
The average farm real estate values for Illinois in 2022 increased $1,000 per acre over last year. That mirrors the rising value of farmland in other Midwest states including Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, and Ohio.
Missouri consumers can get some economic relief during this weekend's annual back-to-school sales tax holiday, but it's reduced by hundreds of cities, counties and special taxing districts not participating.
Energy activity in the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's region accelerated during the second quarter of 2022, according to the bank's most recent energy survey.
The legal status of abortion in various states is changing day-to-day with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, but Maine is among those taking action to protect people who may now have to travel to access an abortion.
Energy activity in the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's region "increased moderately" during 2022's first quarter, according to the latest energy survey from the bank.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Administrator Anne Milgram is sounding the alarm about a rise in fentanyl-related mass overdose deaths.