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Posted at 4:06 PM

Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson has added even more offensive remarks to his repertoire. During an interview with the president of the Family Research Council last week, Robertson began...

Updated at 3:12 PM

Her red-hot Grain Valley teammates made life easy for sophomore pitcher Kendra Dankenbring Monday afternoon.The Eagles erupted for a big 12-run fourth inning to claim a 14-2 victory over the visiting Warrensburg Tigers.Every Eagles...

Posted at 3:06 PM

Like the song she belts out in the pilot, Debra Messing says her 

Updated at 2:37 PM

The Missouri Comets are bringing back one of their most important pieces from last year’s MISL championship.The Missouri Comets, who will play in the debut season of the new Major Arena Soccer League this year, have re-signed...

Updated at 2:31 PM

The Lee’s Summit North and Blue Springs South boys swimming and diving teams left the Henley Aquatic Center with a plaque and a wave of good feeling Saturday.The North Broncos won four events, including a pair of relays, and added...

Updated at 2:31 PM

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL5 p.m. — Van Horn at Center6:30 p.m. — Liberty North at William Chrisman7 p.m. — Lee’s Summit North at Blue...

Updated at 2:31 PM

Jarrod Dyson loves to boast about what speedy base runners can do.Dyson and Terrance Gore used their speed to score as pinch runners in the ninth inning as the Kansas City Royals rallied to beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Monday...

Updated at 2:30 PM

Truman won the William Chrisman volleyball tournament Saturday as the Patriots outlasted the host Chrisman Bears 22-25, 26-24, 25-20 to claim the title.The Patriots (12-1) defeated Grandview 25-14, 25-21, Center 25-10, 25-17, and Raytown...

Updated at 2:30 PM

Some extra work and some history by a senior helped the Blue Springs girls golf team claim a tournament title.Senior Mariah Peters became the first three-time champion in the Mo-Kan Invitational’s history, firing a 2-over-par 74 to...

Updated at 2:29 PM

There was no stopping the Blue Springs softball team once it got started Monday.Held to two hits over the opening five innings, the Wildcats exploded for six runs in the sixth and two in the seventh for an 8-0 Suburban Big Six victory at...

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