All the talk that the Hoyas couldn’t handle underdogs can hush. Georgetown finally showed it can be a bully in March again.
Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak waited until after the Utes downed Stephen F. Austin to talk about his big upset.
A handful of Purdue Boilermakers buried their heads in towels, trying to cover their tears in the locker room.
The misses piled up. Frustration followed. A maddeningly familiar result, too.
Arkansas surely knows about Wofford now.
Lafayette was a bundle of nerves before it hit the court against Villanova. The Leopards never settled down — and never had a chance.
KSNT Sports and KSN Sports Directors at the NCAA 2nd Round in Omaha
Over-sharing parents on social media are creating privacy risks for children
Tru-D is the first germ killing robot in Kansas.
Finding words was difficult, and junior guard Nic Moore warned a reporter not to approach him for comment.
Arizona’s defense — or perceived lack thereof — muted the Wildcats’ victory celebration for their NCAA Tournament opener.
The scene was not the one that VCU wanted.
Having already dismissed the First Four’s comeback kids, Xavier now gets the NCAA Tournament’s little darlings.
Testimony before a House committee wrapped up Thursday on a bill to expand the state’s privatized Medicaid program, known as KanCare.
daughter speaks after find her mother shot dead
Sluggish at the start and sloppy at the finish, Texas saw another maddeningly erratic season end with an all too familiar sight.
Arguing there wasn’t a good enough reason to make the secret information public.
A doctor told investigators the incision in the mother’s belly was well performed and would have required some research on Cesarean births.
One Direction is one man down on its world tour.
“Empire” has proven that it’s still possible for broadcast television to create big hits.
Marcus Johnson Jr.’s parents figured a sunny day at the park was just what their son needed while recovering from heart surgery.
Rarely is Kansas an afterthought.
Disappeared in January 2014 while taking a walk near his home.
A sign posted by a Knoxville church continues to raise eyebrows and spark both discussion and outrage after it was posted online.
Authorities say a rat being raised to feed a Pennsylvania family’s pet snakes ended up biting a 6-month-old boy, killing him.