Nearly Twice As Many People As Live In Kansas City Attended The Royals' Parade

Kansas City mayor Sly James estimated that 800,000 people turned out to watch the Royals’ championship parade (at least one police sergeant thought it was higher), which is even more impressive when you realize that Kansas City’s population is just 470,000. But while it’s one thing to hear a number like 800,000, it’s… »11/03/15 8:30pm11/03/15 8:30pm


A History Lesson For Sacramento: How Kansas City Lost The Kings

The owners insisted they had no plans to move the team. That's what the Maloofs swore, raising their right hand as their left hand worked deals with buyers first from Anaheim, then Virginia Beach, then Seattle. And that's what the owners of the Kansas City Kings maintained 30 years ago, even as they did everything in… »1/24/13 11:05am1/24/13 11:05am

"I Have To Deal With My Other Girl, Man," Jovan Belcher Says In Police Dash-Cam Video At 3 A.M. The Day Of Murder-Suicide

In the video, police walk up to Belcher's car, tap on his windows, and talk with him about his job ("What position do you play?"), whether he would be driving anywhere else, and what his plans were for the night. The sound starts at 4:56, whereupon Belcher assures the first officer that he didn't steal the car, and… »12/08/12 9:45am12/08/12 9:45am

More Interesting Than Watching A Royals Game From Behind Home Plate: Books

Here's an esteemed gent in the high-price seats of Kauffman Stadium using a leisurely weeknight at the ballpark to catch up on some reading. Several of you wrote in to make fun of this guy, but I'm a bit reluctant to really go after him; it's the ninth inning of a Royals game (which they were, as usual, losing) and… »4/24/12 2:00pm4/24/12 2:00pm