Perry Ellis spun to his left against the Temple defense and faced up to the basket. All around him were bodies and flying arms and tenacious defenders. Ellis pump-faked once, then again, then lofted a soft jump hook toward the front of the rim.
Horace Edwards is asking the court to order a government seizure of the proceeds from the film “Citizenfour,” which chronicles Snowden’s evolution from National Security Agency contractor to whistleblower to international celebrity fugitive. The suit was filed Friday in Topeka federal court.
Wichita State junior Evan Wessel, right ankle wrapped in ice, sat and watched Wichita State’s practice on Sunday at the Sheriff Center. When he is not doing light exercise to rehab the sprain, his goal is to reduce the swelling.
Alex Smith passed for 311 yards Sunday but the Chiefs couldn't get the ball into the end zone in a 20-12 loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Kansas City still could make the playoffs, but only if the Ravens and the Bengals lose their games.
More than 36 percent of Kansas residents volunteered in 2013, according to the Volunteering and Civic Life in America report released last week by the federal Corporation for National and Community Service.
The Wichita mainstay supplies milk, yogurt and cottage cheese throughout Kansas and beyond. While lower dairy prices are unwelcome on the dairy farm, they are good news for the Wichita plant and for consumers.
Jerry Moran of Kansas was one of only 11 Republican senators who teamed up this month with tea party favorite Ted Cruz on three votes intended to stall or defeat the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill – a failed but headline-grabbing maneuver that put him at odds with GOP leadership.
Kelly Oubre wasn’t even supposed to start until teammate Brannen Greene showed up 30 minutes for weights on Friday afternoon. Hunter Mickelson was buried on the Kansas bench, the odd-man out in a frontcourt rotation until an eye-opening week of practice.
Follow live updates from The Eagle’s Paul Suellentrop, Tony Adame and Bob Lutz on your mobile device or desktop as the Shockers take on Loyola Marymount in Honolulu. The game starts at 10 p.m. and will be televised on ESPNU and aired on radio station KEYN 103.7 FM.