Wichita man tied to illegal multi-state alcohol distribution
The Kansas Alcoholic Beverage Control disclosed on Tuesday that a multi-state investigation targeting the Jayhawk Beverage Distributors warehouse in Wichita recovered approximately $70,000 worth of contraband and evidence.
According to a KAKE report, James "Jimmy" A. Hall faces Shawnee County charges including forgery, identity theft, making false information, obtaining a liquor license by fraud and purchase and distribution of liquor…
1. Vice President Joe Biden is coming to St. Louis Friday, for a GOTV (Get Out The Vote) event for U. S. Senate candidate Jason Kander. The event will take place at The Pageant theater and doors will open at 2 p.m. Airport-style security screening will occur prior to entering the event and event coordinators ask that you bring a valid form of ID for security purposes.
The Homewood City Council on Monday approved a one cent sales tax increase, a move expected to raise more than $110 million.
Half of those estimated funds will be funneled toward the city school system to address building issues.
“We have a wonderful challenge and that has been our growth,” Homewood Superintendent Bill Cleveland told WBRC.
Duke Energy Renewables has signed a long-term contract to provide remote monitoring, control and dispatch services to the nation’s first offshore wind farm from its Charlotte Renewables Control Center.
Duke (NYSE:DUK) announced the deal with the 30-megawatt Block Island Wind Farm, which is completing its final testing phase. The $290 million farm is expected to begin producing power for the grid next month.
The services contract is for five years.
Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 655 will vote Wednesday on a new contract agreement with Schnuck Markets Inc.
The contract ratification meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Family Arena in St. Charles.
Union leaders announced last week that they had reached a tentative agreement on the new contract.
Recently, the Urban Land Institute hosted a great webinar regarding national forecasts for the economy and real estate.
During the Q&A session, three leading real estate investment researchers, Jim Clayton, head of investment strategy and analytics for Barings Real Estate Advisers, Eileen Marrinan, America’s director of research with Grosvenor, and Josh Scoville, senior managing director with Hines, were asked where they are currently investing in real estate.
All of them indicated they are focused…