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KU Uses Turnovers, Strong Running Attack to Down Rutgers

KU Uses Turnovers, Strong Running Attack to Down Rutgers

With former Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing returning to Memorial Field to see his name revealed on the Ring of Honor, KU partied like it was 2007. They played like it too. Fueled by six turnovers from the defense and 400 rushing yards from the Jayhawk offense, KU dominated Rutgers 55-14. “It’s an awesome feeling,” sophomore…More

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K-State honored for diversity and inclusion, but some students feel left out

K-State honored for diversity and inclusion, but some students feel left out

For the fifth year in a row, Kansas State University is being honored for diversity and inclusion by the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity.But some students say they still feel left out.The university’s Associate Vice President for Student Life, Adrian Rodriguez, said they are honored to be recognized for their diversity.”Specifically our programming for students,”…More

NE Kansas Most Wanted murder suspect caught in Mexico

NE Kansas Most Wanted murder suspect caught in Mexico

The U.S. Marshals Service arrested 25 year old Kansas resident Fernando Diaz; wanted for a July 2015 murder in Topeka. The U.S.Marshals worked in coordination with the U.S. Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service, Customs and Border Protection Officers, Mexican Authorities, Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office, and the Shawnee County District Attorney’s Office to arrest Diaz.DIAZ…More

Pumpkins may be on the puny side this fall

Pumpkins may be on the puny side this fall

If you are about to go pumpkin shopping, you may notice a dearth of bigger gourds this season. That’s because its been so dry and so hot. But Rex Rees of Rees Fruit Farm says at least we won’t be seeing many rotten pumpkins that lay in mater logged fields.More

Downtown Topeka Rotary Hosts Washburn Tech. Dean for Virtual Reality Discussion

Imagine being able to view the inside of a human body from any college classroom.That is now becoming a reality, or a virtual reality, for local students.Washburn Tech. Dean Clark Coco spoke at the Downtown Topeka Rotary earlier today. He discussed the new virtual reality software that is being implemented in Washburn classrooms.He says virtual reality applications…More

Ground beef recall does not affect local Dillons supermarkets, Aldi recalls products

Ground beef recall does not affect local Dillons supermarkets, Aldi recalls products

A U.S. Department of Agriculture recall of 132,606 pounds of ground beef due to a deadly E.coli outbreak does not impact any ground beef sold by Hutchinson-based Dillons supermarkets, according to a corporate spokeswoman.Aldi issued a statement late Thursday saying that some of its ground beef has been recalled: •    Fresh Ground Beef 80% Lean – 2…More

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