The Royals are having their worst season since they lost a club-record 106 games in 2005, and upside is hard to find. But if you look closely, you can see subtle-but-meaningful strides being made by Adalberto Mondesi.
Former KC Chiefs great Johnny Robinson is a glaring omission from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, something a campaign aims to fix. But Robinson's greatest role in life will always have been his efforts to save troubled children.
As the Royals sputter this season, some faces of hope are emerging in the farm system. And no one is making more rapid progress than outfielder Khalil Lee, who on his 20th birthday on Tuesday was promoted to Class AA Northwest Arkansas.
Vandals cut a water pipe in the Buck O’Neil Research and Education Center and caused thousands of dollars in damage. But Negro Leagues Baseball Museum president Bob Kendrick is heartened by support as he struggles with what happened.
Kansas City Royals general manager Dayton Moore says the team is considering trying to sign Luke Heimlich, the Oregon State pitcher who as a 15-year-old in 2012 pleaded guilty to a felony charge of molesting his 6-year-old niece. Here's why they shouldn't.
As the Royals continue taking more dramatic steps to reset, another major change will come soon: For the first time in more than 400 games, someone besides Alcides Escobar soon will start at shortstop.
Basketball once was former Kansas State Wildcat Luis Colon's salvation. But it turned out to be just a portal to his true calling. He is a youth case worker in Kansas City’s Northeast at Sheffield Place, whose mission is “to empower homeless mothers and their children to heal from their trauma and help them become self-sufficient.”
Many of the points made Wednesday in Kansas City's bid to be a World Cup host in 2026 could easily be applied toward a campaign for an NBA or NHL team. But Kansas City mayor Sly James downplayed any such likelihood in an interview with The Star.