The Topeka RoadRunners scored four goals in the 2nd period, but lost in a shootout to the Springfield Junior Blues on Monday afternoon.
Kansas basketball forward Jamari Traylor has been suspended for Wednesday night’s game at Georgetown.
Bailey Williams, a senior at Topeka West high school, signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Ottawa University.
One key interview document not being released.
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Beaty takes over a program that won just three games last season.
Only enrollment at Washburn University declined.
Women whose breast tissue is very dense have a greater risk of developing breast cancer than women whose breasts contain more fatty tissue.
The former All-Pro safety has already been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has vowed to uphold the state’s ban on same-sex nuptials.
Will require federal agencies to provide training and to collect data on complaints.
A plane has crashed into a house in Maryland’s Montgomery County.
A 77-year-old woman whose purse was snatched in a grocery store parking lot has her belongings back after bystanders chased the man down.
Scientists in a lab used a powerful laser to re-create what might have been the original spark of life on Earth.
Wichita police say a 20-year-old man has been arrested after placing a loaded, cocked gun in a car seat with his infant daughter.
Prince William’s wife, Kate, is touring a New York City child development center with the city’s first lady.
Honda says it will replace driver’s air bag inflators on 2.6 million more vehicles as it expands repairs to the entire U.S.
General Mills said Monday that it bringing back popular ’90s cereal French Toast Crunch in a nod to nostalgia.
In some western counties, irrigation has been forced to halt entirely.
For a woman accused of killing six of her seven newborn babies and storing all the bodies in her garage.
Two raging fires in Los Angeles destroyed a massive residential complex under construction.
The program began more than 60 years ago but had dwindled to only five people before it was officially ended Dec. 1.
Was appointed superintendent of the Kansas Highway Patrol in January 2011.