Jayhawks cruise to 75-56 road win over TCU

Three years ago Saturday, Bill Self sat inside a back room at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum and tried to put the most embarrassing night of his coaching career into words. It was Feb. 6, 2013, and a Kansas team replete with veterans had taken one on the chin against an under-manned TCU squad, still acclimating to the contours of Big 12 basketball. It was, by almost all metrics and ranking systems, one of the biggest upsets in modern college basketball history, and with no earthly way to explain the performance, Self went the historical route.

PolyOne to close Wichita plant

An Ohio-based polymers manufacturer will lay off 74 employees and close its South Tyler plant, which has ties to Wichita that are more than half a century old.

Carnegie would like planned library and its acronym

The Wichita City Council took 10 years to get from initial planning to last week’s final approval of a new downtown library that may not open until 2018, so even those complaining about the $33 million decision cannot say it was hurried.

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