The Kansas State Wildcats host the Auburn Tigers on Thursday night from Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
Deshawn Dinwidde of Emporia State is named the MIAA Defensive Player of the Week.
RICHMOND, Va. — Brad Keselowski routed the field Saturday night for his fourth win of the season, a victory that gives him the top seed in N…
The high school football season kicked off with a bang. Check out the highlights from week one on the gridiron.
The Emporia State Hornets used a pair of fumble returns to take control in their season-opener against Missouri Southern on Thursday night.
The Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds are aiming for more than just another playoff appearance in their 2014 football season.
During Labor Day weekend, more than 100 players were at Gage Park to participate in the Kansas State Horseshoe Tournament.
The Topeka West Chargers are anxious to begin their 2014 season on Thursday September 4 against Wyandotte
Two local golfers performed well at the Labor Day weekend’s Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston.
The Junction City Blue Jays will try to string together another solid year in the Centennial League for the 2014 season.
The Emporia Spartans are locked and loaded with a new head coach as they begin their 2014 football season on September 5.
An eastern Kansas man has died after being hit by a tree branch while putting out a small fire caused by lightning.
A fine-arts degree program that Emporia State University says is unique in the country is being enhanced with a gift from the company that h…
The Emporia State Hornets wrapped up their first week of practice on Friday for the upcoming season.
Kansas First News went to the Emporia the Flint Hills Medical Center to learn more about the growing demand for its services.
Commission wants to examine financial records
The Kansas City Chiefs had their final practice before Thursday’s preseason opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The board’s presidents says as many as 80 children are affected by decision.
College football season is right around the corner. We take a brief look at K-State, KU, Emporia State, and Washburn heading into the year.
A children’s camp that was the gift of a former slave has closed suddenly in Emporia after nearly eight decades of service.