HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
PHOENIX (AP) - Almost every time he touches the ball, Bradley Beal does something special. His latest bit of basketball wizardry pushed Florida a win away from the Final Four and set up Billy Donovan with a perfectly scripted matchup against his old coach and boss, Rick Pitino.
BOSTON - Ohio State won the Battle of the Buckeye State and advanced to the NCAA regional finals for the first time since 2007.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) - Flanked by his family, his former manager and a group of teammates he hates to leave behind, Chipper Jones choked up a bit and delivered the news that's been looming for years:
TOPEKA - Twenty-three members of the Great Bend Kids Wrestling Club have qualified for the Kids Wrestling state tournament, which will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Kansas Expocenter.
The inaugural Central Kansas High School All-Star Basketball Classic is set for Sunday at Kirkman Activity Center on the campus of Barton Community College.
The Rooster Booster Chapter of Pheasants Forever held its Seventh Annual Youth Clay Shoot and Pheasant Hunt on March 3.
PHOENIX - Gorgui Dieng swatted away the West Region's top seed to send Rick Pitino into another regional final.
ST. LOUIS - Tyshawn Taylor and the rest of the Kansas Jayhawks know better than to focus on seeds this time of year. Especially when it comes to those nasty No. 11s.
LAWRENCE - A second Lawrence police officer suspended for allegedly fixing traffic tickets for a University of Kansas athletics department employee is no longer working for the city, Police Chief Tarik Khatib said Thursday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher has signed his restricted free agent tender, which was at the second-round level and will pay him $1,972,000 for the 2012 season.
GREAT BEND - Darlene J. Delaney, 77, died March 17, 2012 at Select Specialty Hospital, Kansas City, Kan.
All sorts of numbers are etched in our minds because we use them throughout our daily lives. But few of us know the numbers that matter most to us – those numbers related to our health. Great Bend Regional Hospital is offering an inexpensive way for you to know your health numbers at Spring Check-up Lab Fair, which will be held from 6 to 7:30 a.m. on April 3 and 6 at GBRH.
One day in 1981 when I was a reporter for the Wichita Eagle-Beacon in Kansas, an assistant city editor who was notoriously into office politics pointed towards the city desk.
If you're frustrated by the skimpiness of "fun-size" candy, wait until you hear some "fun-size" songs.
Many people would balk at the prospect of a half dozen teenaged boys roaming about under their roof. Just the logistical challenge of feeding them would test the resolve of most. Others, however, relish the challenge – like Berge and Sharon Cox, retired corrections officers uniquely suited for managing a household full of adolescent boys.
Men might be from Mars and women from Venus, but at least we're in the same solar system. When it comes to politics, liberals and conservatives can't agree on what the problems are much less solutions. We can blame the politicians for not making progress on the big issues of our time, but until Americans share a common truth about what those issues are we won't move an inch.
School starts on Monday for most USD 428 students. All practice also starts for fall sports.
So what can be realistically be done to deal with pesticide resistance once it happens? When pests develop resistance to pesticides, it is a difficult challenge but in most cases not an impossible one. The key to the effectiveness of these management practices include cost, time, markets and climate. Also remember we are speaking about resistance developing in insects and diseases, not just weeds.