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A construction worker climbs a ladder at the site of a future Radina’s Coffeehouse and Roastery in the K-State Student Union on Thursday afternoon. The coffee shop is part of the third and final phase of a $25 million union renovation. The project is expected to be completed by the fall 2017 semester.



  • Lewis named to WBCA All-Region team

    Kansas State senior center Breanna Lewis continues to pile up the postseason honors as she was named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Region 3 team and is a finalist for All-American honors from the WBCA.

  • Cats head to UT for Big 12 series

    The Kansas State baseball team opens its conference schedule Friday with a three-game set at UFC Disch-Falk Field in Austin, Texas, against Texas.

  • K-State soccer to play six spring matches

    Kansas State soccer will play six matches on five dates during its spring schedule, including a preview with a future Big 12 opponent.

  • K-State rides big third inning to win over Omaha

    If two innings of small pitching hiccups were Kansas State’s most bothersome issues Tuesday night, one need not look far to see how dominant the Wildcats were in a 10-1 win over Omaha.


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    A construction worker climbs a ladder at the site of a future Radina’s Coffeehouse and Roastery in the K-State Student Union on Thursday afternoon. The coffee shop is part of the third and final phase of a $25 million union renovation. The project is expected to be completed by the fall 2017 semester.

  • TRAINING TIME Trainingtime

    Using a rack of ribs, Riley County paramedic Jake Perryman, center, conducts a training session Tuesday on how to use a Turkel needle for chest decompression with paramedics Ethan Eastes, left, and Wes Proctor.

Opinion

  • EDITORIAL | Good times roll at county meetings

    We sure hope they keep the good times rollin’, over at the Riley County Commission chambers.

  • A nice honor, for what it’s worth

    It’s all well and good that a national travel magazine’s website recently named Kansas State University as the prettiest campus in Kansas.

  • Covering Trump will be a challenge for media

    To the Editor: Salena Zito, a writer for The Atlantic, was extremely insightful when she wrote about candidate Donald Trump that the press takes him literally but not seriously while his supporters take him seriously but not literally.

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State & Region

  • Officials say Kansas blaze caused $23M to $25M in damage

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Officials in a Kansas City suburb where a fire destroyed a multimillion-dollar apartment building under construction and spread to about two dozen homes estimate the blaze caused between $23 million and $25 million in damage.

  • Chronic, affluent Kansas shoplifter gets prison time

    OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — An affluent suburban Kansas City woman with a history of shoplifting was sentenced Friday to a year and seven months in prison for her thefts of tens of thousands dollars of items, often peddled out of her nearly $1 million home.

  • APNewsBreak: Polling changes could confuse Kansas voters

    WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — More than 36,000 registered voters in Kansas are being asked to cast their ballots at new polling stations during the nation's first congressional election since President Donald Trump's November victory, prompting concerns that confusion could suppress turnout.

  • Judge dismisses ex-rowers' suit against University of Kansas

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — A judge dismissed a lawsuit against the University of Kansas by parents of two former rowers who allege they were sexually assaulted by a Jayhawk football player in a campus dorm.

  • Official says welder sparked massive Kansas apartment fire

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — A fire that leveled a multimillion-dollar apartment building under construction and spread to about two dozen homes in suburban Kansas City started when a welder accidentally ignited wooden building materials, fire officials said.





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