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  • Women's Basketball | February 08, 2014

    West Virginia routs K-State women, 84-44

    MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — The Kansas State women’s basketball team used a 15-3 run midway through the first half to take a two-point lead on No. 17 West Virginia, but the Wildcats couldn’t keep it up, falling to the Mountaineers in an 84-44 rout on

  • February 08, 2014

    Foster leads K-State past No. 15 Texas, 74-57

    Backed by a career-high 34 points from freshman Marcus Foster, the Kansas State men’s basketball team defeated No. 15 Texas, 74-57, on Saturday in Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats (16-7, 6-4 Big 12) jumped on Texas early with a 12-2 lead and then with less than six minutes

  • Manhattan High School | February 07, 2014

    MHS boys beat Topeka High

    TOPEKA — Despite taking 22 fewer shots than its opponent Friday night, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team managed to keep the Topeka High Trojans at bay and win 56-44 in the team’s second game without head coach Tim Brooks. Brooks’ suspension continued despite a meeting

  • Manhattan High School | February 07, 2014

    MHS girls pull away late against Trojans

    TOPEKA — It wasn’t always easy, but the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team managed to pull away from Topeka High and preserve its undefeated mark in Centennial League play with a 45-30 win Friday night on the road. Manhattan used an 11-0 run in the

  • Local |Education | February 07, 2014

    Shannon: 1 snow day left

    Superintendent Bob Shannon gave a snow day update during the USD 383 school board meeting Thursday. The meeting had been postponed from its usual Wednesday time due to weather conditions. Typically, the district’s calendar provides only three built-in snow days for all schools. USD 383 has

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 07, 2014

    Expert: Russia moving toward 1st use of nukes

    Russia is moving toward the use of nuclear weapons in an increasingly unstable area of the world, according to an expert on Russia from the University of Kansas. Jake Kipp, an adjunct professor at KU, said Thursday that Russian conventional forces are weak, while that

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | February 07, 2014

    2 involved in Ray’s robbery

    Riley County police have released a few details about an armed robbery at Ray’s Apple Market on Wednesday night. Officer Matthew Droge of the Riley County Police Department released a statement saying that at 9:05 p.m., two people, one brandishing a handgun, robbed the

  • I Wonder |Local |Government, Politics | February 07, 2014

    Can you explain this ‘2-tier’ voting system?


    Q: I’ve read some about the “two-tier” voting system in Kansas that Kris Kobach is preparing, but I don’t really get it. Could you explain it? I understand that there are a bunch of people who have registered to vote but might not

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 07, 2014

    Students awarded scholarships

    Kansas State University has awarded Kassebaum Scholarships to five Kansas high school seniors. The scholarship competition was Jan. 27. The university received 189 applications, and a selection committee chose 12 student finalists to interview for the scholarship. Of those interviewed, five students were chosen to receive a $5,000 scholarship.

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 07, 2014

    ‘Taste of Costa Rica’ at K-State

    Allan Ortiz, a Costa Rican chef and culinary educator, will demonstrate how to prepare Hearts of Palm Ceviche Accompanied with Avocado and Pineapple, Coconut Rice and Beans with Curry Fish and other specialties from the Central American country at Kansas State University’s 10th annual

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