Royals to turn the tides

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The Royals look to build off a solid start to the 2013 season

KU vs WKU Coach and Player Audio

NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-Marquette Practice

Kansas’ coach, Bill Self, and players spoke to members of the media prior to Friday’s 2nd Round matchup with 16th Seed Western Kentucky. 

Nico Yoch discusses career

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The Kansas City based hip-hop artist talked with DJ JCheeks during Breakfast for Beatlovers last month

The Royals Will Once Again Reign

Billy Butler and his Royal teammates celebrate a walk-off homerun in 2012

The Royals’ chances in 2013 are looking good according to off-season decisions

Farmer’s Ball Submissions Now Open

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KJHK’s Battle of the Band competition is now looking for acts to win the $2,ooo grand prize!

Local hip-hop programming returns

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I-70 Independent will be bringing the best in local hip-hop to the KJHK airwaves every Tuesday.

Chiefs ready for a change

Denver Broncos v Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs fans are begging for a different leader after 1-10 record.

Dance Time

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Soul Fire Revue takes us to FunkyTown

World According to Sports #7

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The latest episode of the World According to Sports with Pat Strathman.

KC fans still with no reason to cheer

Matt Cassel leaves Sunday's 9-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens with a concussion.
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 With recent failures from the KC Chiefs and KC Royals, fans still are angry. By Dylan Gehlbach Let’s be honest here; Kansas City sports fans have to be some of the most fed up fans in all of sports.  You could say I have a bias, being from around the Kansas City area, but Kansas Citians may have more right to be upset than others with their two professional teams.  If you’re wondering why, let me walk you through it. We’ll start with the obvious: The Kansas City Royals.  Among a multitude of depressing facts, here’s what I can come up with.  First of all, the Royals haven’t made the postseason since 1985. 27 years….