Team USA and Portugal both earned one point after Sunday’s 2-2 draw in the World Cup.
The Kansas City Royals lost their 4th in a row on Sunday afternoon after being beaten 2-1 by the Seattle Mariners.
Jefferson County Sheriffs Office confirms that 60-year-old Steve Anson died Sunday afternoon in a tree trimming accident. The Sheriffs Offic…
The Rossville Rattlers beat the Junction City Brigade on Saturday night.
The Seattle Mariners beat the Kansas City Royals 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.
The Kansas City Royals placed outfielder Nori Aoki on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday.
The Seattle Mariners beat the Kansas City Royals 7-5 on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium
The Junction City Brigade won 12-7 in 10 innings against the Rossville Rattlers on Friday night.
Kansas officials announced on Friday that the removal of the track surrounding Memorial Stadium will begin next Tuesday.
Kansas Jayhawk center Joel Embiid had successful surgery on his right foot on Friday morning.
Topeka native Trevor Hallman claimed a pair of silver medals at the U.S. Special Olympics Games in New Jersey.
The 10-game winning streak for the Kansas City Royals came to an end on Thursday as the Royals lost in Detroit.
The Topeka Rugby Club welcomed in the British Royal Defense Academy for an international friendly on Wednesday night.
The Kansas City Royals held off Detroit once again to claim their 10th victory in a row.
K-State announced plans to add a $2.4 million upgrade project at Bramlage Coliseum, including a new HD videoboard.
Yep, ABC’s reality dating show is must-see TV for the Chiefs’ rookie quarterback.
It’s been over a decade since the Kansas City Royals were in first place this late in the season.
Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas each hit two-run HR in the second inning which was part of a seven-run frame as the Royals dominated Detroit.
Two Kansas Jayhawks freshman basketball players helped out at a kids camp in Emporia on Tuesday morning.
Washburn Rural senior Blake Peterson committed to play football at Texas State.
The Kansas men’s basketball team will represent the United States at the 2015 World University Games in South Korea.
Topeka-native and University of Kansas graduate Gary Woodland returned home for a tournament at Alvamar Country Club on Monday.
The Kansas City Royals scored 11 runs but had to hang on for a victory against the Detroit Tigers.
The United States made history with each of its goals to defeat Ghana in the World Cup opener for both teams.
Topeka High graduate Ernest Carter will play basketball at Labette Community College.