After the Royals lost Game 1 to the Astros 5-2, they discussed the frustration of not being able to break through on offense but also were confident they'd be back for Game 2 at 2:45 Friday at Kauffman Stadium.


City invests in parks, kids

The Wichita City Council made two investments in the city’s children and well-being with its votes this week to build a third baseball field at McAdams Park and to upgrade Buffalo Park.


Defend change to WSU chapel

Wichita State University had it right in May, when it made changes in the campus chapel to give Muslim students a proper place to kneel and pray. What’s disappointing is that WSU administrators are now re-examining the accommodation in response to criticism.


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Andy McCullough breaks down ALDS Game 1

The Star's Andy McCullough breaks down the key developments out of the Royals' 5-2 loss to the Astros in Game 1 of their AL Division Series on Thursday at Kauffman Stadium, including Yordano Ventura's short start, the Royals' quiet bats and the importance of winning Game 2, which is 2:45 p.m. Friday.


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