Royals rally past White Sox 7-5 in series opener

The Royals defeated the White Sox 7-5 on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium in the series opener. Danny Duffy retired the first 16 hitters before the Sox took a 5-1 lead. But the Royals rallied behind Eric Hosmer to improvr to 25-22.

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Onboard cameras capture car crashing into KC streetcar

Onboard surveillance cameras captured video of a car smashing into the side of the KC Streetcar on its route as it crossed Truman Road Thursday, May 26, 2016. No one was injured in the collision. It was the first major collision involving the streetcar and the third incident within a week that caused at least one of the cars to be shut down.
Chris Ochsner cochsner@kcstar.com
Onboard cameras capture car crashing into KC streetcar 00:22

Onboard cameras capture car crashing into KC streetcar

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Kansas legislators earn a salary of about $15,000 but can receive pensions comparable to workers making $90,000 01:19

Kansas legislators earn a salary of about $15,000 but can receive pensions comparable to workers making $90,000