Missouri lawmakers may not be ready to legalize marijuana. But a possible statewide ballot measure, and local governments eyeing relaxed drug laws, may force the issue. Legalization group Show-Me Cannabis wants to put the question to voters in November 2016.
KC Royals relief pitchers Kelvin Herrera, Wade Davis and Greg Holland have tormented opponents all year and they’ve helped manager Ned Yost out of a tight spot quite a few times. So one Royals fan made a parody commercial for the law firm of Herrera, Davis and Holland.
The death of Angel Hooper, whose funeral is Saturday, has brought a chill to the south Kansas City district. The neighborhood that became synonymous with resilience when it rebounded from a devastating 1957 tornado is struggling through a transition just as daunting.
He has been ridiculed and criticized so much and for so long that it is now part of his permanent record, but in a postseason with Bruce Bochy, Mike Scioscia, Clint Hurdle and Buck Showalter, the best manager of them all is the one The Wall Street Journal called a dunce a few weeks ago.
This was just the kind of ballgame the Royals needed; a low-scoring affair where speed, pitching and defense would make the difference. The Royals offense manufactured a run in the first inning and took a lead they’d never give up, the pitching held the Giants to two runs and the defense was making plays all over the field. Friday night in Game Three the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 and took a 2-1 lead in the World Series.
Gov. Sam Brownback is desperately throwing mud at the Kansas Supreme Court in the final days of his campaign, while re-opening ugly wounds in a Wichita murder case. It’s an appalling place for his race against Democrat Paul Davis to be at this point in time.