Here’s How Residents Along Troost Avenue Can Help Measure Kansas City Air Quality
KC Digital Drive and The Kansas City Beacon are co-hosting an event April 30 to discuss air quality sensors that measure climate, temperature and particulate matter in the air.
by Madison Hopkins, The Beacon
April 27, 2022
Vacant Lots, Absentee Owners, Little Accountability. What’s Going on With the Kansas City Land Bank?
The Kansas City Land Bank is supposed to revitalize neighborhoods. But a Beacon investigation found that the Land Bank has potential conflicts of interest between board members and buyers, and fails to hold buyers accountable to its own requirements. The result: Properties sit vacant for years.
by Multiple Reporters
October 22, 2021
Federal Pandemic Program Became a ‘Godsend’ to Kansas City Venues
48 businesses in Kansas City received grants from the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program.
by Celisa Calacal, The Beacon
October 12, 2021
Funding for Flatland
Who is Taking KC Back? Behind the PAC Hoping to Oust Multiple Council Members
Members Have Ties to Local Law Enforcement
by Emily Wolf, The Beacon
September 22, 2021