Traffic is rising at the Wichita airport. How does it compare to others?
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He had an opportunity to learn the true history of Naftzger Park in downtown Wichita. But Mayor Jeff Longwell didn't learn, or maybe he doesn't care.
There is an opportunity for Wichita to break the logjam holding up development at WaterWalk.
A Wichita firm plans to move its offices to what was billed as the city's premier entertainment district.
We should be wary of government planning in general. But when those who have been managing and planning the foundering Wichita-area economy want to step up their management of resources, we risk compounding our problems.
Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell's State of the City video relies on flimsy evidence and plucks scant good news from a sea of bad. This is a problem.
Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell's State of the City video doesn't seem to be based on reality.
The population of the Wichita MSA fell from 2017 to 2018, and net domestic migration continues at a high level.
When the City of Wichita shows architectural renderings, are we to treat them as promises, or as someone's unrealizable dream?
Wichita takes a big risk entering in a public-private partnership without knowing its partners.
The City of Wichita plans subsidized development of a sports facility as an economic driver. Originally published in July 2017.
The City of Wichita says it has safeguards built in to the proposed baseball park land development deal.
John Todd tells us why the city is not acting in the best interest of citizens regarding the land development deal near the new Wichita ballpark.
The City of Wichita tells us it has thoroughly vetted the majority owner of the new Wichita baseball team.
Part of the agreement with the new Wichita baseball team is, apparently, unknown.
In a presentation, Wichita economic development officials ignore the cost of borrowing money.
The City of Wichita says it values open and transparent government. But the city's record in providing information and records to citizens is poor, and there hasn't been much improvement.
Kansas law requires publication of certain notices in newspapers, but cities like Wichita could also make them available in other ways that are easier to use.
A bond disclosure document anticipated a development agreement for land surrounding the new Wichita ballpark.