K-State freshman Molly Lenhausen sets up pottery for sale at Bosco Plaza Thursday morning. The sale is a fundraiser for the K-State Potters Guild’s trip to the 50th National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts conference in March.
The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday morning that the legislature must address inequities in the state’s K-12 education funding formula, saying it left poor districts $54 million short.
The Wildcats went into Wednesday’s game against No. 21 Baylor coming off a win over No. 1 Oklahoma and hosting a Bears team that had lost two straight games and playing without one its best players in Rico Gathers.
The Kansas State women’s tennis team earned singles wins from Millie Stretton and Livia Cirnu, but was unable to keep pace with Missouri on Wednesday as the Wildcats lost the dual 5-2 at Mizzou Tennis Complex.
The Kansas State women’s golf team will get its spring season underway this weekend, as the Wildcats head to Tallahassee, Fla., to compete in the Florida State Match-Up at the par-72, 6,265-yard Don Veller Seminole Golf Course and Club.
K-State Hall of Famer and Ring of Honor member Clarence Scott will add to his list of honors on Friday when he is inducted into the Atlanta Sports Hall of Fame as a member of its Class of 2016.
Landlords aren’t thrilled — they rarely are when rental oversight is the topic — but the Manhattan City Commission was correct Tuesday to decide to take another crack at rental inspections.
I am surprised and disappointed as I watch newspapers and other media sources awaiting what public condemnation and punishment would be handed out to court-storming Big 12 schools this season.
We have a building codes and a code department. I believe they are competent and sufficient for their duties.
President Barack Obama’s proposed $10 fee on a barrel of oil as part of his next budget isn’t fully thought out, but it deserves better than the kneejerk partisan denunciation it’s gotten from Republicans.
The script does handle some things well—communicating Wickham’s motivation for eloping with Lydia, for example. It can be argued, though, that the zombie business hinders to the story.
This weekend “Saturday Night Fever” comes on Friday as the McCain Performance Series presents “Australian Bee Gees Show, A Tribute to the Bee Gees.”
It may be possible to understand the Coens’ new film as a cynical take on their own industry. But this interpretation is certainly not required.
For the local theater-goer, the current K-State Theater production “Forward” has all sorts of attractions. The play is premiering in the Purple Masque, the new small theater in West Memorial Stadium opposite the Alumni Center’s parking lot.
TECUMSEH — If the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had hopes of competing for a league title over the course of the final five games of the regular season, winning at least one game this week was crucial.
Following his team’s 76-69 loss to the Thunderbirds — the Tribe’s first loss in Centennial League play — George said both were sorely lacking at times in a game of runs that ultimately went to the home team.
At Flush, the Rock Creek boys’ basketball team held on to beat Marysville, 52-50, on Tuesday at home.
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs got off to a slow start and never recovered in a 64-48 loss to the Tigers.
EL PASO, Texas (AP) — No longer the desolate space it was a few years ago, downtown El Paso is ripe with new hotels, bars, restaurants — and bulldozers that herald the planned construction of a streetcar, a children's museum, a Mexican-American cultural center and new mixed-used buildings.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — If it's up to the Republican speakers of the state House and Senate, the more than half-million Tennesseans with permits will soon be able to carry guns inside the legislative office complex.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court threatened Thursday to shut down schools if lawmakers don't revamp the way the state funds public schools by July, ruling that a law enacted last year as a temporary fix underfunded poor school districts by at least $54 million.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — More than 30 advocacy groups are asking a federal elections official to withdraw changes made to a national form requiring residents of Kansas, Alabama and Georgia to provide proof of U.S. citizenship in order to register to vote.
IMPERIAL, Pa. (AP) — OneJet has named Pittsburgh a "focus city" and plans to add daily flights to Hartford, Connecticut and four other cities.
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