Local pathology assistant Shawn Parcells is at the heart of the Ferguson storm

Shawn Parcells owns a Johnson County autopsy service and assisted in a private autopsy of Michael Brown. He’s not a doctor, which has raised concerns from some Missouri coroners about his role in autopsies, but he says his work is well within the law and he loves “helping families.”

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Judging the Royals

Why can’t the best relievers pitch two innings?

A manager sends a reliever out to pitch the 10th inning, he blows the opposition away and then the manager pulls him after three outs. The next pitcher gets lit up, and fans want to know why the guy who was pitching well didn’t stay for another inning. Case in point: Several fans questioned why Royals manager Ned Yost had to go to Scott Downs in the 11th inning of Saturday night’s 3-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

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