The 13th-ranked Ichabods won their 11th and 12th straight games with sweeps Saturday over Arkansas Tech and Southeastern Oklahoma State in the final day of the Missouri Southern Invite. Washburn (19-3) beat ATU 25-19, 25-19, 25-19, and beat SEOSU 25-9, 25-14, 25-20 and finished the weekend in Joplin with four straight sweeps. Marissa Cox had 10 […]
Kansas State took the lead with a major third quarter rally against 15th ranked Baylor Saturday but that rally ran out of steam in the fourth quarter as the Bears came back to take a 35-25 win in Manhattan. The Bears led 21-10 at halftime thanks to a pair of long touchdown passes by Bryce […]
Bryce Petty threw for 342 yards and three touchdowns, Ahmad Dixon made a critical interception late in the fourth quarter and No. 15 Baylor held on to beat Kansas State 35-25 on Saturday. Tevin Reese had five catches for 184 yards and two scores, and Antwan Goodley had five catches for 139 yards and another […]
TCU beat Kansas 27-17 Saturday in Fort Worth, handing the Jayhawks their second straight Big 12 loss in 2013. The Horned Frogs scored two touchdowns in the first five and a half minutes of the second half to take the lead for good and hold the Hawks at bay. Trevone Boykin hit David Porter with […]
Week six is in the books for the High School football season. Week seven starts next week and that means district play will begin. Topeka High has secured at least a share of the Centennial League title as they finished their league schedule a perfect 6-0. If Topeka High beats Manhattan next week they will […]
Take the money or not? That’s the question many members of Congress are struggling with during the government shutdown. For many lawmakers who support their families on their government salary, withholding pay or donating it to charity can be difficult. But any lawmaker faces charges of being out of touch if he or she takes a paycheck while […]
The Rossville Bulldogs snapped a 14-game losing streak against Silver Lake on Friday night with a 27-21 win in the 2013 edition of the War on 24. A game that feature two potent offenses – both of which averaged more than 40 points per contest entering the rivalry matchup – turned out to be a […]
Week six of the High School Football Season wrapped up on Friday night. Here are the scores from across the state Abilene 42, Marysville 7 Andale 65, Wellington 0 Andover 36, Goddard 25 Arkansas City 30, Augusta 19 Baileyville-B&B 54, Frankfort 6 Baldwin 51, Louisburg 14 Beloit 42, Southeast Saline 0 Bishop Miege 21, […]
The Topeka High Trojans are at the very least co-champs of the 2013 Centennial League this year. The Trojans earned a tough 21-17 win over the Emporia Spartans to push their record to 6-0 on the season. The Spartans had the ball the majority of the game as they used their ball control style of […]
The mother of a Kansas man wanted in the killing of two people and the wounding of another in southeast Kansas says her son is the victim of a setup that began with false accusations that he kidnapped his own children. Beverly Welsh told The Associated Press Friday that she is terrified for her son as […]
Police say the man arrested for the shooting of his wife has been charged with attempted murder. 37-year-old Sheek Azeez allegedly shot his wife Thursday night at the Overlook Apartments across the street from the WIBW NewsNow studios on top of Huntoon Hill. He was booked into the Shawnee County Department of Corrections on charges […]
Eleven days after the disastrous launch of the Obamacare exchanges, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) today called on the Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius to resign for gross incompetence leading to the complete failure of the exchange to enroll millions of Americans in health care plans as promised. “How long do we […]
A man wanted out of St. Paul, Nebraska for child porn was captured in south-central Kansas. According to KSOK Radio, 43-year-old Shane R. Smith, was arrested Thursday in Arkansas City. He currently is in the Cowley County jail on a $10,000 bond. Nebraska authorities were searching for Smith after they searched his home on October […]
by Brian Hagen A decade in prison. That’s the fate of a 46-year-old Holton man following his guilty plea in August arising from a child sex case. Jackson County Attorney Shawna Miller says James Michael Baxter was sentenced Friday to the ten year prison sentence along with 60 months of post release supervision. He will […]
It was a full slate of Big 12 games last week and all the teams favored to win ended up victorious- Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Baylor and Texas. Four games are slated for this weekend. West Virginia and Oklahoma State are both playing idle this week so should be an easy Saturday for the […]
A professor of journalism at the University of Kansas used Twitter to express how he felt about the navy yard shooting Monday, causing many people to become upset.
A Sedgwick County jury has convicted a Wichita man of killing his wife. The jury deliberated about an hour Thursday before finding 56-year-old Guy Palmer guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his 61-year-old wife, Debra Palmer. Testimony at the trial, which began this week, showed Palmer stabbed his wife six times in December 2012 at […]
Gov. Sam Brownback’s chief spokeswoman says Kansas can’t shield residents relying on social services from the federal government’s partial shutdown after mid-November. Brownback issued a statement Friday saying his administration is committed to minimizing the shutdown’s effects. The governor said the state’s healthy cash reserves allow it to juggle funds to programs that are sustained by […]
A woman was able to walk away from a rollover accident on I-70. Emergency crews were called to I-70 and Carlson road, better known as the Rossville turnoff, just before noon Friday morning. When they arrived on scene, they helped the woman out of the car and walked her to an ambulance. She was taken […]
Charges have been filed against a 27-year-old man in connection with a drive-by shooting that injured an 8-year-old Overland Park boy. Phillip Ricardo Bennett, of Kansas City, Kan., is charged with aggravated battery in the Sept. 30 shooting. The child was in a house with his mother and two other children when someone fired shots […]
The No. 15-ranked Washburn Ichabods will look to improve to 6-0 overall and in MIAA play when they will play host to Lincoln in the first game of a three-game homestand beginning on Oct. 12 in Yager Stadium. It will be the final time the two teams will hook up in MIAA play as the […]
The University of Kansas Faculty Senate has affirmed free speech rights for faculty after a professor was placed on leave following a tweet. The Faculty Senate statement says in part that the group endorses the principles of First Amendment rights, academic freedom and due process. The statement didn’t mention David Guth, who’s been on paid […]
Leanna Willer had a double-double and hit .484 as the Ichabods cruised to a 25-7, 25-17, 25-18 win Thursday night at Missouri Southern. No. 13 Washburn won its ninth straight match and improved to 16-3 overall and 6-0 in the MIAA. The Ichabods will remain in Joplin and play three matches this weekend in the […]
Kansas health officials say five Kansas lakes have dangerous levels of toxic algae. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said in a release Thursday high levels of toxic blue-green algae have been detected at Hiawatha City Lake in Brown County, Lake Shawnee in Shawnee County, Lake Warnock in Atchison County, Logan City Lake in […]
A train vs. pedestrian accident was reported around 6:15 Thursday night. The victim, 25-year-old Kristopher Wenberg, was reported to have walked away and was then taken to a local hospital by an unknown vehicle. Sheriff Herman Jones says that the man was walking along the railroad tracks traveling south when the train conductor on […]
A fleeing motorist has been arrested after driving into the scene of a Hutchinson death investigation. Reno County Sheriff’s Captain Steve Lutz says officers began pursuing the motorist yesterday after he was spotted in a possibly stolen pickup truck. Officers considered ending the chase before the motorist drove into the coned-off death-investigation scene. “Several officers […]
Kansas State has hired an architect for a $70 million residence hall project. The university chose Treanor Architects, a firm with five locations in Topeka, Lawrence and Kansas City, Mo. The new facility, which is scheduled for completion in August 2015, includes construction of a 450-bed residence hall and a 58,000-square-foot dining center. Treanor Architects […]
I checked out a new pizza place in town that will return your rental movie to Family Video when they deliver your pizza. How cool is that?
Today will be mostly sunny and warm with highs headed for the lower 80s. There is a slight chance for widely scattered thunderstorms late this afternoon and evening, mainly east of the turnpike. The severe weather threat should remain very low. Under partly cloudy to mostly clear skies tonight lows will drop into the upper […]
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today announced nearly $1 million in grants for the 2014 Children’s Advocacy Centers (CAC) grant program, which are funded by state general funds. Children’s Advocacy Centers are child-focused, community-oriented programs coordinating investigation and intervention services for abused children by bringing together professionals and agencies in a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary model. These CAC […]
by Brian Hagen Public help is being sought by Jackson County investigators as they try to solve several recent burglaries. Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse says the current goal is to identify the driver of an early 1990’s green Oldsmobile Silhouette mini-van, photographed in the area of a burglary. It happened around noon Tuesday near […]
Mitch Holthus, the Voice of the Chiefs, joined Jake and Mark on 580 Sports Talk on Thursday to look back on Kansas City’s Week Five win against the Tennessee Titans. They also preview Sunday’s noon kickoff in Arrowhead Stadium as the Chiefs host AFC West rival Oakland Raiders. Click below to listen.
Stefan Stevenson, TCU beat writer for the Forth Worth Star-Telegram, joined Jake and Mark on Thursday’s 580 Sports Talk to help preview KU’s game against TCU this Saturday. The Jayhawks (2-2, 0-1) and Horned Frogs (2-3, 0-2) kickoff in Fort Worth at 11 a.m. this Saturday. Click below to listen to Stefan’s conversation with Jake […]
Emporia State returns to Jones Field at Welch Stadium to take on Southwest Baptist for Homecoming 150 with a 5-0 record for the second straight year and just the 11th time in school history. The #23rd ranked Hornets raced out to a 45-0 lead before settling for a 52-14 victory over Lincoln on Saturday in […]
Kansas men’s basketball will host an open practice and scrimmage Saturday, Oct. 19, from 9:45 a.m. until approximately 11 a.m. prior to KU’s home football game against Oklahoma. The event is free to the public. The doors to Allen Fieldhouse will open at 9 a.m. Fans will not be permitted to “save seats” for others. […]
Kansas consumers who were misled into signing up and paying for discount clubs and memberships may be entitled to refunds, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today. Schmidt, along with the attorneys general of 46 other states and the District of Columbia, have settled a lawsuit against Connecticut-based Affinion, and its subsidiaries Trilegiant and Webloyalty. […]
The No. 15-ranked Washburn Ichabods will look to improve to 6-0 overall and in MIAA play when they will play host to Lincoln in the first game of a three-game homestand beginning on Oct. 12 in Yager Stadium. It will be the final time the two teams will hook up in MIAA play as […]
The mayor of Enterprise in central Kansas wants a councilwoman to resign for not paying her utility bills. Mayor Larry Jantz says he’s upset that councilwoman Debra Kamhi owes more than $9,700 to the city of Enterprise for electric, water, sewer and trash service dating back years. But Kamhi told The Salina Journal (bit.ly/162EAD ) […]
The Justice Department is challenging a ruling that an abortion opponent’s letter to a Wichita doctor saying someone might place an explosive under her car is constitutionally protected speech. The department’s Civil Rights Division filed a notice Thursday saying it plans to appeal to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals a federal judge’s decision that […]
Federal prosecutors are objecting to defense motions to dismiss two charges against a Manhattan physician charged with illegally distributing painkillers, suggesting that a new indictment may be forthcoming from a new grand jury. The government’s documents were filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in the case against Michael P. Schuster, who was indicted in May […]
A Turkish group is claiming responsibility for a cyberattack on the city of Wichita’s website. The cyberattack was reported on Internet sites two days before city officials announced it in a news release issued late Monday. Cyber War News says the Turkish Ajan Hacker Group is claiming responsibility. A message purportedly left by the group […]
Douglas County has approved a permit for a new water treatment plant despite concerns that the plant could encourage suburban sprawl in southern Douglas County. County commissioners on Wednesday approved the permit request from Public Wholesale Water Supply District No. 25 after heated discussion about whether the plant would encourage more residential development in unincorporated […]
State election leaders are working together to scrub their voter rolls of millions of problematic registrations. Half of all states have now joined a consortium anchored by the state of Kansas, compiling their voter registration lists at the end of every year to assess for matches. Meanwhile, seven states are coordinating on another project that […]
For just the third time in conference history, there is a tie at the top of the Big 12 preseason poll as Kansas and Oklahoma State have been picked to win the league regular season crown. It marks the 12th time in Big 12 history that KU has been the preseason favorite, while the Cowboys […]
Fire officials say a man died after being hit by a train in downtown Emporia. Emporia Fire Department Battalion Chief Rich Gould says rescue units were called to the scene Wednesday night and found a man under the train engine. The man was extricated and taken to Newman Regional Health, where he died. His name […]
A northeast Kansas man is charged with second-degree murder after a shooting at a rural home during the summer. Doniphan County Sheriff Chad Clary says 25-year-old Eric Burge of Troy was arrested Tuesday in the death of 25-year-old Matthew Sollars of Atchison. Burge also is charged with unlawful discharge of a firearm in an occupied […]
An annual event honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower has been moved to a new location because of the federal government shutdown. The 32nd Eisenhower Pilgrimage will be held Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Abilene. Previous ceremonies were held at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, which is closed because of the shutdown. […]
Sporting Kansas City solidified their place in the Supporters’ Shield race with a hard-fought 0-0 draw against the Houston Dynamo on Wednesday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. The result pulls Sporting KC within one point of MLS leaders New York with two games left in the regular season. Sporting KC goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen tied a […]
We will see another couple of warm and breezy days today and tomorrow before cooler weather settles in for the weekend. Highs today and Friday will reach the lower 80s. Winds will be southerly with gusts between 25 and 30mph. There is a slight chance for widely scattered thunderstorms late Friday but areal coverage should […]
Authorities say a Kansas man has died in a commercial diving accident in southeast Alaska. Alaska State Troopers identified the victim as 32-year-old Levi Adams of Leawood, Kan. Adams and another unidentified man were diving in a commercial sea cucumber fishery harvest Tuesday morning near the Mountain Point area of Ketchikan. South Tongass Fire Chief Steve Rydeen […]
Don’t be afraid of what you’ll find. That’s the messages from the American Cancer Society this month, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month, the American Cancer Society is working to make strides to help educate women so they will take the necessary steps to help with early detection. According to Jill Sittenauer, Regional Director […]
John Morris, the play-by-play voice for Baylor football, joined Jake on Wednesday’s 580 Sports Talk to discuss the Saturday match-up between Kansas State and Baylor. That game kicks off at 2:30 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan. Click below to listen.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today issued an executive order authorizing a $5,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension of fugitive Kevin Robert Welsh. Welsh is wanted in connection with the deaths of two individuals and shooting of a third in Eureka, Kan., on Oct. 2. He is believed to be armed and dangerous. “I […]
Greg Sharpe, the voice of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, joined Jake on Wednesday’s 580 Sports Talk to get caught up with the Huskers football program. They talked about the Huskers’ win over Illinois last weekend and looked ahead to Saturday’s contest at Purdue. Click below to listen.
The KU football captains spoke with the media today as the Jayhawks try to bounce back from their loss to Texas Tech and prepare for a road game at TCU this coming Saturday. Click below to hear from running back James Sims, linebacker Ben Heeney and quarterback Jake Heaps. James Sims Ben Heeney […]
A multi-department exercise this week aimed at testing the state’s response to a viral outbreak in livestock will go on without participation from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Kansas officials are notifying county health clinics that a program providing cash subsidies to women and children will cease issuing checks later this month because of the federal government shutdown.
Several events are set for next week in honor of the YWCA’s Week Without Violence campaign. The week kicks off Sunday, Oct. 13 with events through Friday, Oct. 18.
by Bryan Thompson State health officials say the number of Kansans infected with West Nile virus is on the rise. There have been 32 cases so far this year. Twelve new cases were reported just last week, according to KDHE spokeswoman Aimee Rosenow. “Cases are most common in late summer and early fall months, and […]
Oklahoma was selected as the preseason favorite for the fourth time in Conference history to win the 2013-14 Big 12 women’s basketball regular season title, in a vote of the league’s head coaches. The Sooners were also picked at the top of the preseason rankings in 2001-02, 2006-07 and 2008-09. They won or shared the […]
SWAT team members were called to a home Wednesday after a man displayed a gun to officers arriving to a home on a domestic disturbance call. Police responded to the home 4th and Western around 10:00 a.m. Police say the man began ranting and screaming at officers and went back into the home and barricaded […]
The enthusiasm of Kansas State fans will be on display to the nation prior to this weekend’s game against Baylor as the FOX COLLEGE SATURDAY TOUR will originate from Lot 9 of Bill Snyder Family Stadium Saturday morning. The 80-by-100 foot area will give the FOX Sports production team an opportunity to interact with Wildcat […]
Following are the district football assignments for the 2014 and 2015 football seasons. For additional information concerning scheduling, brackets, district chairpersons, etc., see pages 12-13, sections 2.A thru 2.F of the 2013 KSHSAA Football Manual. Each district is to select a district chairperson and that person’s name should be forwarded to the KSHSAA as soon […]
Twelve additional cases of West Nile virus were reported to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) in the past week, bringing the total number of 2013 cases to 32. Of the 32 total cases reported in Kansas, two patients have died due to West Nile Virus. “Cases are on the rise in Kansas. […]
Fans will get a chance to see the Kansas State men’s basketball team in action on Saturday, as the squad will hold an open scrimmage from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Bramlage Coliseum. Fans will also have the opportunity to purchase men’s basketball season tickets during the scrimmage at the Select-A-Seat event. Tags will […]
Crews were battling a house fire in Tecumseh Wednesday morning. A man and his dogs were able to safely escape the blaze at a home in the 51-hundred block of SE 4th Terrace, a couple blocks south of Tecumseh North Elementary School. The home was fully engulfed in flames by 8 a.m. The Kansas State […]
It will be another sunny, breezy and warm day today with highs headed back into the upper 70s to around 80. Thursday will most likely be windier as southerly winds gust over 30mph by afternoon. Highs tomorrow will settle right around 80. There is a slight chance for widely scattered thunderstorms late Friday afternoon. If […]
Gary’s Berries has been around since 1993. The corn maze is one of the many attractions to the pumpkin patch and is a different shape every year. “It is in the shape of squares this year,” said Gary Starr, owner of the farm. “It’s very difficult. It will take you some time if you follow […]
This week’s Wendy’s High School Male Athlete of the Week is Jacob Head from Hayden High School. Head helped lead Hayden to a 36-19 win over Emporia on Friday. He completed 11 of 21 passes for 163 yards and three touchdowns. His touchdown passes were throws of 8, 32 and 40 yards. Click below to […]
Former Ichabod and Highland Park product Michael Wilhoite made his second career start at linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday when they defeated the Texans 34-3. Wilhoite led the team in tackles along with NaVorro Bowman, the other inside line backer for the 49ers. Wilhoite had 13 tackles and three tackles for loss. […]
Head Coach Bill Snyder spoke to the media on Tuesday during his weekly press conference. The Wildcats have lost two games in a row and are back in Manhattan this Saturday after suffering a 33-29 loss to Oklahoma State. The Wildcats face a potent Baylor team this Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Kickoff is […]
by Bryan Thompson The Kansas Supreme Court has taken a controversial school finance case under advisement, after listening to arguments in the case for more than three hours. The issue is whether cuts in state funding have caused the state to fall short of its constitutional duty to fund public education. Kansas Solicitor General Stephen […]
Head Coach Charlie Weis spoke to the media on Tuesday afternoon during his weekly press conference. The Jayhawks are coming off a tough 54-16 loss to Texas Tech on Homecoming this past Saturday. The Jayhawks are 2-2 on the season and face TCU on Saturday down in Forth Worth. The Horned Frogs are 2-3 on […]
Despite a sharp shrill in the air, the sun peaked through clouds, and day-earlier showers made for ideal arena conditions as 76 cowboys representing 19 ranches from throughout eastern Kansas gathered for hot competition at the 27th annual Fall Ranch Rodeo in Council Grove. “There were a number of teams who have competed and won […]
(Story By: Brian Hagan) A Topeka man is in jail after he was caught behind the wheel of a stolen car while traveling in Jackson County. According to Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, 38-year-old Joshua Klingaman was stopped on 150th Road, near Mayetta, by deputies Monday. The 1995 Toyota Camry he was driving had earlier […]
A Topeka school district saved more than $336,000 since starting an energy conservation program last year. Auburn-Washburn Unified School District 437 board members learned Monday night the district has saved $336,198 since it began the conservation program. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports (bit.ly/19eDGaE ) the energy savings were from November 2012 to August 2013. The district […]
A south-central Kansas teenager has died from injuries she suffered in an ATV accident. Deputies were called to the home Saturday evening after 16-year-old Hevin Thomas of Towanda had fallen from a four-wheeler she was riding on with three other teenagers. Thomas was taken to a Wichita hospital in critical condition with head and back […]
On October 5th, after an intense investigation, Topeka Police arrested three individuals in connection with three different crimes in Topeka. The crimes connected to these individuals are the carjacking that took place on September 8th in the 1800 block of SW 10th, the robbery to the Pizza Pub on September 9th at 1418 SW Lane, […]
(Story By: David Elliott, KRSL) On Monday at approximately 9 AM the Russell County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a possible runaway missing person from Bunker Hill. 17-year-old Cierra Cheyenne Swodeck was last seen in Russell between 11 AM and 1 PM on Sunday, October 6th. Swodeck is 5’6″ and weighs 110 lbs with […]
With the addition of class 4A DII the Kansas State High School Activities Association has selected Hartman Arena as the eighth site for the Girls and Boys State Basketball Tournaments March 12-15, 2014. Hartman Arena, also host to the 5A and 6A State Wrestling Tournament, seats 6,750 and is located north of Wichita on I-135. […]
A Silver Lake man died after the riding mower he was driving fell on top of him. The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office says 52-year-old Bernie M. Menhusen was reported missing on Monday. He was last seen by family members around 1 p.m. and authorities found him dead at 10:15 p.m. near the 7500 block of […]
It is going to be warm and breezy for the rest of the week with high temperatures topping out in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees. Southerly winds will be the rule through Friday with gusts today and Thursday at or above 30mph. By late Friday we will see a chance for scattered […]
A former Fort Riley soldier has been sentenced to life in prison in the death of a Kansas National Guard member outside a Manhattan motorcycle club. Daniel Parker, of Junction City, apologized before he was sentenced Monday in Riley County District Court for first-degree murder and criminal discharge of a firearm. Parker was accused of […]
A lower court will reconsider the case of a former south-central Kansas high school debate coach convicted of sexually molested a South Korean exchange student.
All but five of the 772 Kansas National Guard airmen and soldiers who were furloughed last week because of the partial federal government shutdown are being called back to work.
University of Kansas researchers have won a $2.5 million federal grant to develop a system to screen foster children for trauma.
A woman was tied to a chair and threatened on Monday.
The start of demolition work on a northeast Kansas bridge has been rescheduled because of high water levels along the Missouri River.
The deadline has been extended for young adults with an interest in the military to apply for an appointment to the U.S. Service Academies.
Monday, Manuel Alcala pleaded guilty in the shooting death of his wife. Ashley Alcala was shot and killed a year ago in the her southeast Topeka home. Alcala’s mother made four related felony pleas in the same case, about 30 minutes before. Manuela Alcala entered guilty pleas for related felonies in the case including obstruction of […]
“Grandma sure is proud.” There’s double significance to the comment as history has repeated itself. Grandma made the complimentary comment about her granddaughter more than six decades ago, and now the granddaughter, as a grandma herself, says exactly the same thing about her granddaughters. That’s four generations of horse-engaging family members. “I learned to ride […]
Local Teams Burlingame 6 @ Peabody-Burns 52 Burlington 6 @ Caney Valley 49 Clay Center 20 @ Abilene 34 Council Grove 27 @ Chase County 20 Hayden 18 @ Washburn Rural 21 Highland Park 13 @ Emporia 60 Jackson Heights 36 @ Valley Falls 14 Jefferson Co. North 7 @ Olpe 49 Manhattan 19 @ […]
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear several cases that involve Kansas this month. The Kansas Attorney General’s office says Kansas has a role in 11 of 53 cases expected to be heard by the Supreme Court during the upcoming term. Nine of the 11 cases don’t involve Kansas as a direct party, but the […]
Week six of the Big 12 concluded on Saturday. Four teams remain unbeaten in Big 12 play. Oklahoma and Texas Tech are the only two Big 12 teams that are still unbeaten overall. Here is a recap of week six and look ahead to week seven. Thursday, October 3Texas 31, at Iowa State 30 Saturday, […]
Missouri Southern’s Jay McDowell was named the MIAA Offensive Athlete of the Week while Pittsburg State’s Tyler Disney was named Defensive Athlete of the Week. Central Oklahom’s Marquez Clark was named the MIAA Special Teams Athlete of the Week. MIAA Offensive Athlete of the Week Jay McDowell, QB, Missouri Southern McDowell helped the Lions to […]
2013 American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ Poll – October 7, 2013Rank School (1st votes) Rec. Pts. Prev. Week Five Next Game 1. Valdosta St. (Ga.) (28) 4-0 791 1 D. Florida Tech, 52-14 Oct. 10 at No. 14 West Alabama 2. Minnesota St.-Mankato (2) 5-0 764 2 D. Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.), 27-7 Oct. […]
Good old fashion eatin’ is promised Friday and Saturday at Lake Shawnee near Topeka. “It’s the fifth annual Smoke on the Water barbeque contest October 11-12, Lake Shawnee Campground, 3435 SE East Edge Road, Topeka,” announced Josh Sturm, recreation leader at Lake Shawnee. Being sanctioned for the second year by the Kansas City BBQ Society […]
The only person not wearing a seat belt died after a pick-up truck carrying four teens wrecked in Butler County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 16-year-old Caiden Garrison of Augusta was driving a 2004 Dodge pickup truck westbound on US 54, about eight miles east of Augusta, when the vehicle left the roadway and […]
A two-year-old boy survived a single-vehicle rollover accident that killed a Horton woman on Saturday afternoon. The Kansas Highway Patrol says 37-year-old Rochelle Roach died after the 2002 Ford Explorer she was driving left the roadway on eastbound K-268 highway in Osage County, and entered the ditch on the south side of the highway. Roach […]
Drivers across a Kansas River bridge near Lawrence might have some trouble keeping their eyes on the road. The guardrail on the east side of the bridge has been decorated with hundreds of decorated bras. The display is to publicize Breast Cancer Awareness Month and promote Health Care Access, a clinic that provides health care […]