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Perry Ellis worked out for the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday, then returned to his hometown of Wichita to relax a bit before Thursday’s NBA Draft. He’ll watch the proceedings on TV with family and close friends in Wichita.
Although Azubuike’s highlight mixtapes from his prep days didn’t look too novel compared to those of Diallo and Alexander before him, one can’t truly appreciate how dissimilar he is from his predecessors until seeing the colossal 16-year-old in person.
Joey Gilbertson, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound tackle from Wichita’s Northwest High, on Monday announced via Twitter that he had orally committed to KU.
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Catherine Joritz, an American who studied and taught in Germany, claims she was wrongfully terminated and is asking the court to reinstate her in the suit filed this week in Douglas County District Court.
According to a draft of the University of Kansas’ ash tree management plan, about 20 trees that are in significant locations on campus would be injected with insecticide to prevent ash borer infestation.
Doctors at the University of Kansas are on the cutting edge of immunotherapy treatments and say they are on the verge of curing cancer.
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The local district attorney’s office has declined to press charges forward against either man, citing insufficient evidence.
The attorneys for a woman who was raped by an ex-Baylor football player said Art Briles pledged to "support and apologize" to the victim.
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The U.S.'s Copa America semifinal against Lionel Messi's Argentina on prime-time TV and on home soil surpasses any previous U.S. World Cup match.
Several other stars look ready to join him in Brazil, including Draymond Green and Klay Thompson.
Mike Emrick doesn’t hide his Pittsburgh Pirates fandom while broadcasting NHL games for NBC. Whenever he can, “Doc” will slip in some sort of reference to the Buccos.
A small puppy was left in a Kauffman Stadium parking lot until a a group of fans heard its whimpers.