DIVING IN

Polarwater

From left, Emma Anderson and Barbara Mottas react after jumping in cold water Friday during the Polar Plunge outside Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Proceeds from the event go to the Kansas Special Olympics.



  • Wildcats pick up third straight win

    Senior infielder Jake Scudder’s RBI single in the top of the eighth inning Sunday broke a 2-2 tie to help the Kansas State baseball claim a 3-2 victory over Ohio State at the Sunshine State Classic Series.

  • K-State host Oklahoma on Tuesday

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  • Johnson, Cats win in final seconds

    After leading for most of the game, Kansas State found itself suddenly just trying to survive on Saturday at Texas.

  • Wildcats end road swing at TCU

    After coming up just short on Wednesday, the Kansas State women’s basketball team will stay on the road to face TCU on Saturday.


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    State rodeo team member Dixon Winn rides a bull Friday night at Weber Arena on campus. The finals of the K-State Rodeo start at 1 p.m. Sunday.

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  • Reducing trffic deaths is up to us

    Traffic statistics have a hard time competing with Washington scandals, terrorist attacks or North Korean missile launches, but that doesn’t mean the information doesn’t merit attention.

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  • Marathon should get the message

    Were it not for the announced price of a muscular dystrophy drug, few Americans would likely have noticed that the Food and Drug Administration had approved its marketing in the united states.

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  • Refugee populations drawing doctors to rural Kansas

    GARDEN CITY, Kan. (AP) — Dr. Scarlett Gard's passion for humanitarian work took her to India and Bangladesh. After finishing her medical training, she set off for a place she knew had a diverse population in need of doctors: western Kansas.

  • Jayhawks can take stranglehold on Big 12 with win at Baylor

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — There's a very simple reason every rival coach picked Kansas to win the Big 12 this season: Only one of those coaches has been around when the Jayhawks failed to do it.

  • Kansas lawmakers vote to roll back governor's deep tax cut

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas' Republican-led Legislature voted Friday to roll back a deep tax cut championed by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, conceding it helped put the state in dire financial straits and setting up a possible showdown with him.

  • Chinese national in Kansas guilty in engineered rice theft

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A Chinese national living in Manhattan, Kansas, is guilty of conspiring to steal proprietary rice seeds developed in the U.S. and giving them to visitors from China.

  • Kansas deputy testifies about alleged sexual assault

    OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas sheriff's deputy says two Kansas City-area men who are charged with kidnapping and raping her referred to each other by name during the attack.





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