Seven years ago, the Kansas baseball team celebrated a Big 12 tournament win and was headed to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 12 years. The Jayhawks get a chance to relive that memory with another appearance in Sunday’s final after beating T…
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The Air Force crew that had manned Spooky 21 had long ago been declared dead. But there never had been anything definitive. Without some evidence of the plane or the missing airmen, their families would continue to seesaw between faint hope and heartbr…
The senior wins her fourth gold medal at the Kansas state track and field championships, her second straight championship in Class 6A.
Concerns about genetically modified crops and their impact on the food chain brought protesters to the Country Club Plaza for a “March Against Monsanto” on Saturday. Many similar gatherings were expected around the world Saturday.
The Legislature adjourned Friday after 91 days without cutting taxes or passing a budget, two of the session’s principle goals. Many lawmakers left Topeka frustrated and angry Friday after the House decisively rejected a plan offered by the Senate to c…
Graduation is one term for it — the ceremony of passage that marks the end of a specific period of learning. Commencement is to my mind the better word, alluding as it does not to a conclusion but rather to a beginning — not what’s behind, but what l…
Sophie Schmidt’s penalty kick in the 22nd minute gives league-leading Sky Blue FC a 1-0 victory
Hale Arena was the site of the Roller Derby Charity Bouts on Saturday. The evening started with a coed bout featuring the men and women of DGD and the Cowtown Butchers. Later, the action heated up with the KCRW’s Plan B skating against DGD B team.
Kids from High Aspirations, a nonprofit youth mentoring program, mowed abandoned yards near the Lucile H. Bluford Library where they meet most Saturdays of each month. The fourth Saturday is devoted to community work.
The sprinter captures championships in the Missouri Class 3 100- and 200-meter dashes and anchors a 4×100 relay victory. Meanwhile, the Grandview boys take the Class 3 team title.
Graham Rahal hasn’t won an IndyCar race since his debut more than five years ago, but thinks he has found a comfort zone driving for his father’s team, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Though he will start 26th in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, Rahal thinks…
The inaugural exhibit at Red Star Studios’ impressive new space at the Belger Crane Yard features ceramics and prints by the renowned ceramic artist Akio Takamori, a 1976 Kansas City Art Institute alum who is also the featured artist in the school’s 20…
Violinist Gil Shaham has joined the growing list of classical performers who tour the world and, in the buffering winds of the ever-changing music industry, preside over their own recording labels. Next weekend, he’ll be at Helzberg Hall to play Alban …
Steven Soderbergh’s “Behind the Candelabra” is up for the Palme d’Or, the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, which ends Sunday. Here’s some of its strongest competition.
Blue Valley Northwest beats Blue Valley North 2-1 in 6A championship game.
Child welfare experts say it’s often more difficult to substantiate allegations of abuse and remove a child from the home. Indeed, state statistics indicate fewer allegations are being substantiated even as the number of hotline calls has increased.
Senior Stanley cuts through the Spring Hill defense to score two goals for the Wildcats, who finish their season with a 3-1 victory.
Oklahoma edges Kansas State 7-6 in 11 innings, eliminating the Wildcats from the Big 12 baseball tournament. K-State now must wait to hear where it goes in the NCAA Tournament.
St. Teresa’s reaches state semifinals with a 4-1 victory over the Titans.
Amassed over three years, the Missouri Department of Social Services’ 373-page file on Lucas Barnes Webb provides a rare and extensive look into one boy’s life in the child welfare world, where workers and their supervisors made missteps and questiona…
Kearney is undefeated and will face O’Fallon St. Dominic in Class 2 semifinals.
An NCAA Tournament loss to Michigan left coach Bill Self dejected. But after signing two top recruits in May, the Kansas Jayhawks are back “in the game” again.
Royals catcher Salvy Perez has been put on bereavement leave following the death of his maternal grandmother in Venezuela. The club purchased the contract of catcher Adam Moore from Triple-A Omaha, as Perez will be out three to seven days.
Barack Obama just had his worst week in a deeply flawed presidency. It’s not as bad as Jimmy Carter’s presidency, but it’s still one that can make even the most right-wing conservative long for Democrat Bill Clinton.
Kansas City soon will be the only city in America that doesn’t hold its Police Department accountable to elected officials and local voters. It’s an untenable situation, especially after seeing what’s happening in St. Louis.
John Nogalski Jr. and Jacob Moore captured the doubles title for the Hawklets, who won the team championship last Thursday.
Carlos Beltran, who is in his second year with the Cardinals, began his successful career with the Royals, winning Rookie of the Year honors while playing here from 1998-2003. But is he a Hall of Fame candidate? A quick survey of national baseball writ…
Manager Ned Yost says he isn’t panicking about the Royals’ recent slide because that approach got him fired in Milwaukee. And while fans may feel his response is aloof or out of touch, Yost says he’s trying to keep his young players calm.
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