Royals lose to Rangers 2-1, fall under .500 for first time since May 16

Delino DeShields’ solo home run off Kansas City reliever Luke Hochevar was the difference as the Texas Rangers beat the Royals 2-1 on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium to win the three-game series two games to one. Texas limited the Kansas City offense to just one run on a Kendrys Morales homer in the fourth. With the loss, the Royals’ record dropped to 48-49.

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In Depth

While the world plays Pokemon Go, a hunt of another kind fascinates Missouri town

While the rest of the world is seeking virtual creatures on their phones, Bolivar, Mo., takes a more old-fashioned approach

The southwest Missouri town launched a community art project that has families painting, hiding and finding rocks together

Other communities have copied the idea, including some in the Kansas City area

Videos

I Am: Raising A Black Child

Four families discuss their experiences with their kids and race as well as concerns and fears about raising black children in America today.
Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
I Am: Raising A Black Child 5:33

I Am: Raising A Black Child

Royals pitcher Edinson Volquez on his strong outing vs. the Rangers 1:18

Royals pitcher Edinson Volquez on his strong outing vs. the Rangers

Bernie Sanders supporters are restless in Philadelphia 1:44

Bernie Sanders supporters are restless in Philadelphia

Yordano Ventura assesses his injury after loss to Rangers 0:26

Yordano Ventura assesses his injury after loss to Rangers