Ahmaud Arbery murder: Jury in federal hate crimes trial excused after first day of deliberations

CNN — After deliberating for a little more than two and a half hours, the jury in the federal hate crimes trial of the three men convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery was excused for the day Monday. Deliberation will resume at 9 am Tuesday on whether the men committed the crime because of the color … Read more

New Kirkwood home torn down in the middle of construction after a small mistake puts the property in violation of city code | St. Louis News Headlines

KIRKWOOD (KMOV.com) — A Kirkwood home in the middle of development was torn down this week because at one point during the process, the property was built in violation of city code by over one foot, and the city would not let that one mistake slide. “There’s no such thing as building anything without some … Read more

Trade school seeks to attract women to construction industry

A Baltimore trade school wants to bolster the region’s construction industry through diversity.The program aims to get more women into the construction industry, whether that’s through plumbing or maybe being a fire sprinkler fitter.”The time is now as far as having that power to make things happen (in) the evolving industry of people wanting to … Read more

KC Streetcar trolley track extension work begins

Construction began this week on the partial relocation of the Harry Wiggins Trolley Track. The track work is the one of the first major projects related to the KC Streetcar Main Street extension. The Trolley Trail located between 49th Street and 51st Street will be relocated approximately 20-feet to the east of the existing trail. … Read more