World Series
KC Royals vs. SF Giants
Game 1, 7 p.m. in KC, Fox 4, 610 AM

Royals

Royals live: Updates, stats from World Series game one vs. the Giants

Follow along on your desktop or mobile device during Tuesday night’s game one of the World Series, pitting the American League champion Royals against the National League champions, the San Francisco Giants, for live stats and updates from Andy McCullough, The Star’s Royals beat reporter, and other Star sportswriters and editors. First pitch is set for 7:07 p.m. The Fox network (WDAF, Channel 4 in Kansas City) will televise the game.

Chiefs

Donovan McNabb to reunite with Chiefs’ Andy Reid in a new role

This week, Donovan McNabb, who led Andy Reid’s Eagles teams to five NFC championship games and a Super Bowl, will start a new phase of his broadcasting career in a game coached by Reid. McNabb will make his debut as a Fox game analyst for the Chiefs-St. Louis Rams game at noon Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

Health Care

University of Kansas Hospital’s Ebola scare shows the steep costs of care

The scare, which turned out to be more of an infectious disease practice event, gave the hospital a clear window into the cost of best-practice care for the infectious and often fatal disease. By using equipment and procedures that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has since said are the right things to do, KU Hospital had an expensive 48-hour experience.

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As I See It

Sarah Donohoe: You can’t beat baseball’s traditions

New Lenexa resident Sarah Donohoe, who writes a weekly, slice-of-life column for the Estes Park (Colo.) News called The Thunker, writes: The game of baseball has a way of stirring patriotism in one’s soul. It is a clean-cut sport, with the athletes wearing nice-fitting uniforms and patting each other on the backside rather than trying to knock each other over with the brute force of an angry bull.

Yael T. Abouhalkah

New jobs report shows Sam Brownback’s tax cuts still a costly failure

According to new figures released Tuesday, Kansas is still trailing about 30 states throughout the country in its rate of total employment growth since Jan. 2013, when Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts took effect. In fact, look at the numbers closely, and they especially don’t look that positive for Brownback, as he tries to fend off Democrat Paul Davis in the governor’s race this fall.
 
 

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