• ANALYSIS: One newspaper is standing up to charges of ‘fake news’

    Callum Borchers The Washington Post A Colorado newspaper is threatening to file a libel suit against a state lawmaker who accused the publication of printing “fake news,” setting the stage for a possible legal battle that could test the definition .

  • Soldiers gain real-life experience in fake battle Wargames

    FORT RILEY — The country of Atropia needed the U.S. Army’s help. The Donovians entrenched themselves into the country, and the Army worked its way to drive them out. Thursday represented the “last stand” for the Donovians. These aren’.

  • Board searches for cause of drop in enrollment

    TOPEKA — While the academic profile of K-State students has improved in recent years, the university’s enrollment is declining, said Pat Bosco, K-State’s vice president for student life. Bosco spoke to the Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday as .

  • JUNE AREA

    June Area, 89, of St. George, died Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, at the Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka. She was born June 29, 1927, at Garrison. She was the daughter of Arthur Eugene and Nannie Pearl (Walker) Area. She graduated from St. George High School in 1945. .

  • ARLEEN HARTNER

    Arleen Hartner, 93, died Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. She was born on May 8, 1923, to Carl and Christine (Stigge) Rodick. Arleen married Jack Neef in 1944. He preceded her in death in 1979. She married Harold Hartner on Dec. 6, 1982. She was preceded in death by three .

  • Disappointing, but not surprising

    If Kansas lawmakers insist on allowing people to carry concealed firearms at the University of Kansas Medical Center, there’s virtually no chance the Legislature will prohibit them on college or university campuses. That’s unfortunate, because concealed weapons don’.

  • K-State Rodeo, Polar Plunge, Tower of Power and more

    Break out your boots and spurs for the annual K-State Rodeo at Weber Arena this weekend. Friday is Tough Enough to Wear Pink night in support of cancer research and awareness. Rodeo begins at 7:30. There are two opportunities for rodeo .

  • Klein gets 2-year deal

    Former Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein signed a two-year deal to be a Wildcat football assistant on Tuesday. Klein will serve as the quarterback coach for the Wildcats and be paid $150,000 annually. The deal includes typical bonuses for making it .

  • K-State falls to WVU, 66-59

    After trailing by as many as 19 on Wednesday night at WVU Coliseum, No. 24 Kansas State battled back to within two points in the fourth quarter but turnovers and missed free throws felled the Wildcats, as West Virginia held on for .

  • K-State baseball opens season Friday in Florida tourney

    With a heavy mix of veteran and newcomer talent, the Kansas State baseball team is ready to hit the field. The Wildcats open the season on Friday at the Sunshine State Classic in Kissimmee, Florida, with games against Ohio State, .

  • ‘Darker’ isn’t a disaster, just not much of a story

    The sequel to the “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie, “Fifty Shades Darker,” really isn’t successful enough at telling a story to merit the usual treatment. Oh, it is sexy, and there is some fun in it. “Darker” isn’t .

  • Brown shines as K-State loses sixth game in seven tries

    Forgive Barry Brown for refusing to take solace in his career-best outing Wednesday. The Kansas State sophomore guard tallied 21 points against Iowa State, the most in a game in his one-year-plus K-State career, and he secured his first 3-pointer since .





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