Bramlage no longer stronghold for K-State basketball

Winning at home is no longer the expectation. It’s merely the hope. K-State has lost three straight at Bramlage Coliseum for the second straight season, dropping its home record to 34-13 (a 70.8 winning percentage) over the past three years. The Wildcats lost consecutive home games once under former coach Frank Martin. They are now in danger of losing four straight home games for the first time since 2000.

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Mom talks about missing daughter

Toni Anderson, a 2014 East High graduate, has been missing since Jan. 15 and was last seen in Kansas City. Her mother, Liz, is still leading efforts to try and locate her and talked to Wichita Eagle reporter Bryan Horwath about how hard the past five weeks have been. (Video by Travis Heying / The Wichita Eagle)
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Mom talks about missing daughter 2:37

Mom talks about missing daughter

Downtown revival makes Wichita more competitive 0:36

Downtown revival makes Wichita more competitive

Royals catcher Salvador Perez gets hit by Lorenzo Cain's backswing 0:40

Royals catcher Salvador Perez gets hit by Lorenzo Cain's backswing

CIA director’s Wichita house up for auction 2:52

CIA director’s Wichita house up for auction

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