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  • 10 Things You Probably Don't Know About Nails

    A complaint by a Mexican-owned company in Missouri prompted a world-wide investigation that revealed some interesting facts about the nails we use.

  • Federal Government Draws Lessons From Joplin Tornado

    A U.S. government research agency has released a long report that analyzing damage from the tornado that blasted Joplin, Missouri in spring of 2011, and suggesting ways the nation could better prepare for similar storms.

  • Comeback Milestone: Joplin, Missouri Hits A Billion In Post-Tornado Permits

    Rebuilding is not complete, but Joplin’s post-tornado building boom is rolling along.

  • Trench Collapse Kills Missouri Man At New Home Site

    An excavation cave-in snuffed out the life of 49-year-old Brian D. Allen of Windsor, Missouri, last week.

  • House Rotation

    The current owners contracted to have the house placed on a new foundation … but not before rotating it 90 degrees

  • New Leaders Take Over Missouri and N.J. HFAs

    New executives have been appointed at the Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) and the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency.

  • Hope and Worry

    Here's the good news: Deals are moving again. Developers in South Central states are closing the financing and starting construction on scores of stalled affordable housing projects throughout the region.

  • Pains and Gains

    Gains made by affordable housing developers in the South Central region have been overshadowed by controversy over a state auditor’s report regarding the performance of the Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC).

  • (Un)strictly Ballroom

    Ranked among the 10 largest convention center ballrooms in the nation, Kansas City, Missouri's Bartle Hall Ballroom is, needless to say, enormous, encompassing a vast 46,450 square feet.

  • MISSOURI

    KANSAS CITY—The Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) made some small changes to its 2008 qualified allocation plan.