The Washburn Ichabods were shut out by the Central Missouri Mules on Saturday afternoon.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys held on to beat the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence.
The Kansas Jayhawks kicked off their basketball season on Friday night with their annual ‘Late Night in the Phog’ event.
Former Kansas State Wildcat David Garrett was killed near in his hometown of Cleveland early Saturday morning.
The proposed plan would pay $1 million or more to retirees with the most severe neurological problems.
Alex Gordon’s leadoff homer in the 10th snapped a tie.
The Kansas City Royals beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-6 in 10 innings on Friday night to take a 1-0 lead in the ALCS.
The high school football season continued on Friday night. Catch the highlights from the Football Frenzy.
Snatched bunting from Royals Stadium during the 1985 World Series has returned the keepsake to its rightful owner.
The Big 12 basketball preseason poll was released on Thursday. Three teams received 1st-place votes.
Courtesy: Emporia State Athletics Emporia State takes on #18 Pittsburg State for the first time since 2011 when the Hornets travel to Southe…
Topeka RoadRunners head coach Scott Langer handed out tickets for this weekend’s game at Landon Arena.
Last weekend wasn’t the first time Cozart has failed to deliver.
Centralia head volleyball coach Kimbrook Tennal reached career win No. 600 on Tuesday night.
Washburn head coach Craig Schurig received a public reprimand from the MIAA Conference following Saturday’s overtime victory.
Adrian Peterson won’t be coming back to the field any time soon.
An improbable playoff run by the Kansas City Royals and a prime-time Chiefs win over the New England Patriots have put the city’s sports tea…
Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali is lending his support to a humanitarian organization that plans to open a clinic in his native Liberia to help…
Perhaps now, they are finally living up to those expectations.
His best years were with the Kansas City Chiefs, when he rushed for more than 1,700 yards in both 2005 and 2006.