Former Shocker Fred VanVleet, now a member of the Toronto Raptors, was back in Koch Arena on Saturday, along with former teammates Ron Baker and Evan Wessel. Baker is also a rookie in the NBA this year. (Feb. 18, 2017)
Fred VanVleet returns to Koch Arena
Shockers reuniting with old Valley brothers
Ron Baker relishing his growing role in the NBA
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City workers jump into action after accident on busy street
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K-State DB Sean Newlan thinks Wildcats showed resilience in OU loss
K-State DB Denzel Goolsby explains how he intercepted Baker Mayfield
K-State QB Alex Delton on Oklahoma loss
Celebrating Joseph McCoy
Alley-oops, 3-pointers and a rivalry renewed: Highlights from Kansas win over Missouri
Ron Baker, after an illustrious career at Wichita State, made the New York Knicks roster as an undrafted free agent. His team traveled to Oklahoma City on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, and several Ron Baker fans were eager to see him. (Video by Travis Heying
Members of the Wichita State basketball readers panel talk about their favorite players, both present and past, their most memorable games and some of their game day rituals. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
They were on their way to lunch and saw a traffic accident on McLean Boulevard near Pawnee. Wichita Public Works & Utilities employees Miguel Rivas Sanchez and Christopher Stafford stopped and directed traffic so emergency workers could help those involved in the accident. "It meant a lot that they were there, to help control the scene," said Capt. Matt Manning of Sedgwick County EMS. "We were really grateful for their help."
Some people spend months and a lot of money planning their Halloween costumes, but you don't have to do either of those things! We headed to the Friends of Caroline Hospice Thrift Store in Beaufort to show you a few easy to create Halloween costume ideas that you could easily find and put together.
The University of Kansas men's basketball teams defeated Missouri 93-87 in an exhibition game Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Called the “Showdown for Relief,” the game raised money to aid victims of recent hurricanes that hit the Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.