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Crown Chasers: Can the Royals reign again? Watch episode one of our six-part series

The Royals thrilled Kansas City with a two-season run that culminated with the 2015 World Series championship. But last year’s 81-81 season, plagued by injuries, left fans wanting more. The 2017 season is likely the last that stars Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas and Lorenzo Cain will play together in KC. Can they reign again? The Kansas City Star’s six-part video series, by David Eulitt with narration by Sam Mellinger, will explore this topic on six Wednesdays starting February 22.

Freedom Inc. opposing $800 million Kansas City infrastructure bond proposal

Freedom Inc., an African-American political club, has voted to oppose Kansas City’s $800 million infrastructure bond proposal on the April 4 ballot. The group said it doesn’t think a property tax increase is appropriate at this time. Supporters of the bond package say it still has lots of grassroots support.

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Videos

Experience the fun of Royals' photo day in video

The annual photo day for Kansas City Royals players in Surprise, Arizona is a two-hour window for team photographers and news agencies. The Royals also have their players sign autographs on memorabilia for the team store and Royals Charities. Catcher Salvador Perez shouted his love to teammate "Lolo," aka Lorenzo Cain during an interview.
David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Experience the fun of Royals' photo day in video 2:43

Experience the fun of Royals' photo day in video

Mother thinks missing Wichita woman is victim of human trafficking 2:37

Mother thinks missing Wichita woman is victim of human trafficking

Robert Hester Jr. and the FBI: A timeline 3:29

Robert Hester Jr. and the FBI: A timeline

Maria Torres on covering the Yordano Ventura story in Dominican Republic 2:57

Maria Torres on covering the Yordano Ventura story in Dominican Republic