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Fed Official: It’s Time For Rates To Go Up

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Fed Official: It’s Time For Rates To Go Up
As negotiations continue over the nation’s deficit and debt ceiling, Thomas Hoenig is calling on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates. Hoenig, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, says low rates have helped big banks but they’re not allowing average people to save. Hoenig talks to Stave Inskeep about his ideas, and what they could mean for the economy.
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Testimony continues in KC rape trial
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Testimony continues in the Jackson County trial of a man charged with raping four Kansas City women in the 1980s. Bernard Jackson has pleaded innocent to several felonies, including rape, sodomy and robbery in the attacks in Kansas City’s Waldo neighborhood in 1983 and 1984.
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Posted by admin - July 15, 2011 at 8:07 am

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Chiefs Casey Wiegmann On Possibly Retiring: ‘It’s Hard To Give It Up’

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Chiefs Casey Wiegmann On Possibly Retiring: ‘It’s Hard To Give It Up’
The Chiefs center is keeping his options open on the topic of retirement, but admits it’s hard to stay away. While there a few real holes on the Kansas City Chiefs roster, there are several uncertainties and the center position is one of them. Last year’s starter Casey Wiegmann has long been rumored to retire this off-season yet without any official word, it’s difficult for the Chiefs to move …
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City Council debates fireworks usage within city limits
Although it wasn’t on the agenda, the Maumelle City Council spent more time Monday night debating whether to continue allowing fireworks within the city of Maumelle than anything else.
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KCK man sentenced for stabbing death
A Wyandotte County judge today sentenced a man to more than eight years in prison related to a stabbing death in Kansas City, Kan. Curtis V. White, 55, of Kansas City, Kan., previously entered a no contest plea to voluntary manslaughter for the death of Jerome Henry on Jan. 28, 2011.
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Chiefs conclude three-day lockout camp
Before Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs players were working out on their own. Beginning Tuesday, they got in three days of lockout workouts. Despite some concern as to the value of unsupervised player-organized minicamps, Chiefs guard Ryan Lilja realizes that working out with his teammates is better than working out alone. “I thought I was [in…
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Posted by admin - June 18, 2011 at 8:11 am

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Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders: It’s Time To Renew the Rivalry

Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders: It’s Time To Renew the Rivalry
There was a time when the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders were considered one of, if not the most fierce rivalries in all of sports. This was when players genuinely disliked, and sometimes hated opposing players and made it clear and offered no apologies.  You did not see them hugging and sitting in prayer circles after games. I am not suggesting either of these teams are back to take …
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Conklin Fangman Kansas City, a Cadillac Buick GMC Dealership in Kansas City, Reopens in Downtown
Conklin Fangman of Kansas City Kansas re-opens for business on November 1, 2010 (PRWeb October 28, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/10/prweb4703594.htm
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Kansas City man sentenced for three bank robberies
A federal judge in Kansas today sentenced a Kansas City man to 14 years for three bank robberies, including one attempted in Kansas City, Kan. Kenneth Rayford, 59, was captured along with two other men in October 2009 when the FBI got a tip they would rob a bank at 1919 N. 78th in Kansas City, Kan.
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Posted by admin - October 28, 2010 at 8:22 am

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