Royals pull off a miracle, beat White Sox 8-7 in walk-off win

Trailing by six runs entering the bottom of the ninth inning, having just watched the reigning World Series MVP leave the game with a scary injury, the Royals pulled off an epic comeback that defied all description on Saturday afternoon, beating the Chicago White Sox 8-7 at Kauffman Stadium.

Court did its job; now up to Legislature

The school-funding provision in the Kansas Constitution contains no exemptions for political winds, tax-cut quests or even hard times. It’s the Kansas Supreme Court’s somber and unenviable job to hold the state to its responsibility to public school districts and their students. Friday’s decision did so.

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Firefighters discontinue search for boy who fell in creek

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4A-I state softball: Augusta advances to semifinals

Derby's Trent Allen easily wins the Class 6A javelin 00:58

Derby's Trent Allen easily wins the Class 6A javelin

Southeast's Ira Hines wins the Class 6A long jump 00:19

Southeast's Ira Hines wins the Class 6A long jump

Eisenhower's Garrett Kennedy wins his second Class 5A pole vault title 00:43

Eisenhower's Garrett Kennedy wins his second Class 5A pole vault title

Firefighters search for boy who fell in creek 00:53

Firefighters search for boy who fell in creek

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Rescuers searched nearly 14 hours for missing boy in creek

Search crews left Gypsum Creek shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday after looking for almost 14 hours that day for an 11-year-old boy who was swept away by high waters Friday evening. Scott Brown, battalion chief of the Wichita Fire Department, said crews would resume the search Sunday at 7 a.m.
gdunn@wichitaeagle.com
Rescuers searched nearly 14 hours for missing boy in creek 00:46

Rescuers searched nearly 14 hours for missing boy in creek

Eagle reporter recaps search efforts to find 11-year-old boy in Gypsum Creek 01:30

Eagle reporter recaps search efforts to find 11-year-old boy in Gypsum Creek

Highlights and interviews from 2016 state track and field meet 02:50

Highlights and interviews from 2016 state track and field meet

Firefighters update on creek search 01:34

Firefighters update on creek search

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