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The name and film arrived late in the recruiting process, after Kansas coach Charlie Weis had already made up his mind...The kid's name was De'Andre Mann, a short little burst of a running back from Hartnell College in central California...So I put
Kansas coach Charlie Weis honored former Shawnee Mission West standout Andre Maloney during the Jayhawks' signing day news conference Thursday afternoon. More News Maloney, a star receiver and cornerback, had verbally committed to be part of KU's
Topeka Supporters of an initiative by the Kansas University Medical Center to build a $75 million health education facility said Thursday that without help from the state, the medical school could lose its accreditation. "It is absolutely essential
Topeka A Kansas House committee has endorsed legislation that would bar people younger than 18 from using commercial tanning beds. Thursday's 11-4 vote by the Health and Human Services Committee sends the bill to the full House for consideration.
Topeka Public universities in Kansas urged legislators on Thursday to approve a bill that higher education officials said would streamline their ability to offer online courses to out-of-state students. House Bill 2544 would allow Kansas to join a
Nevins Farm adoption center / Globe Correspondent / February 5, 2014 A Lawrence pet owner is facing felony animal cruelty charges after he allegedly tied his kitten, who was dying of an internal infection, by the neck to the wall next to his
Statehouse News More State Legislature News Topeka Despite grousing from Gov. Sam Brownback and many legislators, Kansas will face some kind of federal action to protect the Lesser Prairie Chicken, according to the state's top wildlife official.
Topeka A hearing on a bill that critics said would have killed the ability of cities and counties to bring broadband Internet to their areas was cancelled. Senate Bill 304 was to be the subject of public hearing on Tuesday before the Senate
Topeka A bill allowing Kansas' public universities to purchase property insurance from companies that haven't been admitted to do business in the state, could save $500,000 per year, officials said Monday. Currently, the universities, including
A 19-year-old woman charged with killing a Lawrence businessman is scheduled to have her first appearance in a northeast Kansas courtroom. Monday afternoon's hearing for Sarah Brooke Gonzales McLinn is in Douglas County District Court before District