KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Nothing was going to keep Eric and Faith DeVault from watching the Big 12 title game.
Not even their own wedding.
The young couple was married Saturday morning at their family’s house in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park, and the rabid Kansas fans just happened to receive two tickets to see the seventh-ranked Jayhawks play No. 11 Kansas State from their groomsmen.
WICHITA — The previous attorney for a former University of Kansas athletics consultant is expected to testify Monday at an evidentiary hearing to determine whether he did a poor job in defending his client during the prosecution of a $2 million ticket scalping conspiracy.
LAWRENCE — Lawrence city commissioners have approved agreements for a city-owned recreation center and tax abatements for a larger project that will include athletic facilities for The University of Kansas.
The commissioners Tuesday night approved a development agreement for a $25 million Rock Chalk recreation center. And they approved an ordinance to give a 100 percent property tax abatement for the next 10 years for the larger project, which includes privately owned athletic facilities for the university.
Sen. Michael O’Donnell sketched a new policy game plan Tuesday by introducing a bill requiring the Wildcats and Jayhawks to annually play the Shockers in men’s and women’s college basketball.
O’Donnell, a Wichita Republican, said a legislativ… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — Fans tailgating at the Kansas game against Texas Saturday will see volunteers asking them to recycle their trash.
A new group, Recycle & Blue, will promote recycling at football games. Saturday is the first day of the effort, but the p… Continue reading →
Former Kansas guard Sherron Collins will sign copies of a book about KU basketball Saturday at Dillons grocery stores in Topeka and Lawrence.
Collins, a member of the 2008 national championship team, will be at the Dillons at S.W. 29th and Urish in Top… Continue reading →
WICHITA — Federal prosecutors on Wednesday urged a judge to reject a request by a former consultant for the University of Kansas to have his sentence shortened in a ticket scalping conspiracy that he helped conceal.
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The state Legislature has honored The University of Kansas men’s and women’s basketball teams for their successful seasons this year.
Four players from each team appeared in the House and Senate chambers Friday. Legislators read resolutions thankin… Continue reading →