Brenda and Avery Inman, 10, sweep sand off the playground at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School Sunday morning during the Change the World event sponsored by First United Methodist Church. Members of the congregation, along with St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, a church called The Well, the Cub Scout Den from Bluemont Elementary School, the Canterbury Student Group from Kansas State, Theta Xi fraternity, K-State Wesley and the Ogden United Methodist Church spent the day at more than 20 locations around town doing odd jobs.
K-State’s Student Governing Association has proposed phasing out much of the half-million dollars in funding it gives to the university’s athletic department each year.
The Horned Frogs showed their fortitude in a dramatic comeback win at Kansas State, while Baylor unleashed its score-a-second offense in a romp at Kansas. The results saw the teams switch spots in the new AP Top 25 poll.
The Kansas State men’s golf team carded a 4-over-par 292 during Sunday’s final round to claim second place — the Wildcats’ best team finish of the fall season.
DALLAS — The Kansas State women’s tennis team went undefeated on the final day of the SMU Fall Tournament, earning five singles wins and two doubles victories to cap the weekend with a 12-9 record.
If football games were only two quarters, Kansas State might just be in luck.
For the second straight week, the Wildcats were unable to hold onto a halftime lead, as second-ranked TCU rallied from 18 points down Saturday to stun K-State 52-45 in the final minutes at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
The loss spoiled an otherwise festive night at Bishop Stadium.
Kansas State University’s billion dollar fundraising campaign is nothing if not impressive. That can be said as well for the $766 million that has been raised in the last five years under the leadership of the KSU Foundation.
Kansas State University wants to assure the K-State family that our athletic spirit mark known as the Powercat is well-protected and thriving.
Andy Hurtig, KSU’s student body president, told commissioners that students want to work with the city to set up a system that would address the “very deplorable conditions” some students live in.
For the last three years, income tax policy in Kansas has roughly divided the citizenry into the paycheck people who pay and others who don’t. It’s fundamentally unfair.
There’s an old aphorism about the lack of atheists in foxholes, and it isn’t tough to imagine such a scene when Bill Gasser discusses his military career.
It is hard to fathom just how violent and cruel the drug cartels have become in Mexico. The Denis Villeneuve-directed film “Sicario” takes that cruelty and casts it against the desperation of the law and order ideal trying to combat it.
“Vintage” is a wonderful story about a man — a husband, a father and a writer — who’s lost his way; it’s about his voyage of rediscovery and, as the title suggests, it’s about wine.
If you’re a Stieg Larsson fanatic with a strong emotional attachment to his personal perspective and style and a unique grasp of the trilogy’s fascinating cast of characters, then you’re bound to be disappointed. Lagercrantz isn’t Larsson reincarnated.
Manhattan High’s 17-14 overtime loss to Junction City was hard to stomach for the Tribe players Friday night in almost every aspect, except for one silver lining.
RILEY — Even with a late push by St. Marys in the fourth quarter, the Riley County defense and running game kept the Falcons in control for the entirety of their 31-14 win.
The Manhattan High girls’ tennis team qualified both its singles players for the Class 6A state tennis tournament next weekend at the College Boulevard Activity Center in Olathe.
Six of the eight volleyball teams at the Manhattan Invitational are ranked in the latest Kansas Volleyball Association rankings, including the Indians.
From Carlos Correa to Yoenis Cespedes, baseball's sluggers put on quite a show.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The president of the Olive Garden restaurant chain has apologized to a Kansas City police officer after a restaurant employee asked him to leave because he was armed.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Federal Communications Commission is moving to further limit how much companies can charge for phone calls made from jails and prisons, capping rates on all types of calls.
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