One quarter of the way through the season is the industry standard for fair judgments on teams, and the Royals are as promising as theyve been since that fluky 2003 season. Good starting pitching (finally), Gordon starring (finally), Billy Butler coming around (finally).
The military, ranked as America's most trusted institution by its citizens but strained by 11 years of war, faces a troubling confluence: acts of mayhem, a growing sexual abuse scandal, a flurry of other misconduct cases. Were seeing a strain on an institution, one expert says.
The Heart Walk 2013 was held Saturday in Theis Park at 47th and Oak streets. The Heart Walk promotes physical activity and heart-healthy living in a fun, family environment. More than 10,000 people from across the area participated in a one-mile or three-mile walk to raise money for research and education in the fight against cardiovascular disease.
- Athletics 2, Royals 1
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- Oxbow upsets Orb in Preakness
- Missouri high school track and field championships
- Kansas Class 6A swimming championship
- Oakland 2 - Royals 1
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- Pembroke Hill students beautify Strawberry Hill
- House + Home: Fabulous faux finishes
- American Idol finale brings laughter, tears
- Celebrities party at Cannes Film Festival
- Focus on Joplin: Photographer Murwin Mosler's images help rebuilding
- RAW Video: Elio Motors three-wheel passenger vehicle
- DARE: Columnist Jenee' Osterheldt confronts her fear of roller coasters!
- DARE: Staff artist Hector Casanova jumps out of a plane
- Standees opens next week in Prairie Village
- Kia appears on Rachael Ray Show
- Running back Jamaal Charles on OTAs
- Chiefs Eric Fisher adjusting to right tackle
- Alex Smith talks about his front line, receivers
- NASA engineer visits LEGOLAND Discovery Center
- Chiefs Andy Reid on Branden Albert
- Branden Albert at Chiefs OTAs, playing left tackle
- Paralympian Ryan Chalmers pushes his chair through Kansas
- T-Bones home opener vs. Wichita Wingnuts
- Parkville Junk Extravaganza
- Michael Bergens Toys for Disadvantaged Children Night Train Run
- Armed Forces Day Parade and celebration
- Heart Walk 2013
- Zona Rosa hosts Hillcrest Walk for the Homeless
- Thanks for the Warning opens at the Dolphin gallery
- Community Faces | LaCrauserie Francais 100th Anniversary
- Community Faces | Philomene Bennett's 2013 Spring Studio
- Rodney Carrington at the Midland
- Corporate Challenge 2013: dodgeball
- National Geographic Live: Kobie Boykins
- Party Pics: Dollar night at Ernie Biggs
- Party Pics: Deck Opening Party with the Stolen Winnebagos at the Longbranch
- Party Pics: Rockfest after party at Angel's Rock Bar
- Party Pics: Rockfest 2013
- Party Pics: Kong's Jam for Life
- Cuatro de Mayo Street Fest at Zocalo
- Party Pics: Vinyl Richy at the Well in Waldo
- Party Pics: Cinco de Drinko with Dolewite at Sol Cantina
- Party Pics: South of the Border Fiesta at Angel's Rock Bar
- Party Pics: DJ Allen Michael at Mosaic
- Dining Guide | Flavors of love
Owners didn't get the required U.S. Department of Transportation number. That registration would have mandated inspection and repairs on vehicle whose “door ajar” warning system wasn't working.
A 1918 work by Edwin Blashfield, The Call of Missouri, was displayed for years at the Kansas City Public Library. It disappeared in 1983. A six-year search found it online on sale for $650,000.
About 20,000 envelopes of families photos survived the tornado May 2011 tornado in Joplin, Mo. Through the efforts of a local historian and an army of volunteers, those families can reclaim pieces of their past they had thought were gone forever.
When so many adult fiction offerings read like variations on a theme of emotional impotence, is it any wonder readers are turning to young-adult novels for spellbinding stories and authentic connection?
Textured finishes for walls and cabinets are trending toward a lighter look. You shouldnt be able to tell what application process is used or where it starts and stops. And you can create the trendy look yourself.
The $13.4 million system for revenue collection goes live June 10. It will replace a system that was close to collapse. The new system should be better for taxpayers and tax enforcement.
A plant virus called cassava brown streak disease has spread across much of the African interior, reducing by as much as 50 million tons a year the harvest of a crop upon which some 500 million Africans rely for their staple food.
Kansas City is using facts to more efficiently spend hundreds of millions in tax revenues to deliver better basic services to local residents. Citizen satisfaction reports and a new study show some progress has been made. But much more is needed.
Hostess has a new owner, who is opening the plants that make Twinkies, Ho Hos and Ding Dong brands. Only they are reopening without any unions. Thats one big step for American capitalism. And one big step backward for unions.
Oxbow has won the 138th Preakness Stakes in Baltimore. Kentucky Derby winner Orb finished fourth, meaning there will again be no winner of horse racing's Triple Crown. Oxbow led from start to finish. It was the sixth Preakness victory for Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas and 15th Triple Crown victory, most in horse racing history.
Kansas State has had a great sports year by winning Big 12 Conference titles in football, basketball and now baseball. Even K-State President Kirk Schulz raises his eyebrows at the across-the-board achievement.
Kansas City golf legend Tom Watson will play a lot the next two months and keep tabs on potential players he could call on as captain of the 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Dollar drink specials and live dueling pianos provided plenty of entertainment Wednesday night at Ernie Biggs.