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W. Tennis. K-State Defeats Iowa State in Big 12 1st Round

Kansas State women's tennis put an end to a five-match losing streak with a 4-1 win over Iowa State in the first round of the 2015 Big 12 Women's Tennis Championships on Thursday at the Hurd Tennis Center. The Wildcats came back from an early deficit w...

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Baseball. K-State Falls in Extras, 5-4, to No. 23 Nebraska

The K-State baseball team fought back from an early deficit and forced the game into 10 innings against No. 23 Nebraska, but the Wildcats surrendered a two-out RBI single in extras to fall, 5-4, on Tuesday at Tointon Family Stadium.

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Jayhawk Home Runs Not Enough to Overcome Texas

For the second-straight game, Texas came out swinging in the first inning to take an early lead and each time No. 22 Kansas attempted to chip away at the deficit, the Longhorns had an answer. Texas maintained its momentum it built in the first inning t...

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No. 65 Kansas Claws Back for 4-2 Win Over Iowa State

The 65th-ranked Kansas women's tennis team clawed back from an early deficit overall and two first-set losses to claim a 4-2 victory over Big 12 Conference rival Iowa State Friday afternoon at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

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W. Equestrian. Wildcats Face Tough Home Challenge Against No. 2 TCU

With a seven meet deficit away from home and anticipating the days until competing on their home turf again, the Kansas State equestrian team is back at Timbercreek Stables for the first time since November 8 with a match against Big 12 foe and No. 2 r...

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Sales Tax Front and Center

It’s looking more and more like the state’s estimated $400-million revenue deficit in fiscal year 2010, will be taken care of by a 1% sales tax hike. Rival proposals to increase the sales tax from 5.3% to 6.3% emerged in both the Kansas House and Senate yesterday. Both proposals were drafted by coalitions of Democrats and moderate Republicans. The Senate ...

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Parkinson Vows to Veto Further Cuts

Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson drew a “budget deficit” line in the sand this weekend in an interview with Kansas City Television Station KMBC saying, “If they’re going to try to balance this budget with further cuts, they’re going to need 2/3’s of this Legislature to do it because I’ll veto that plan.” Parkinson made it clear he would veto any ...

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Moran Votes for PayGo

First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran voted in favor of legislation preventing larger federal deficits. The House passed the legislation that would reinstate a “pay-as-you-go” statute that requires new spending to be paid for with cuts to other programs. The new legislation will make it difficult for the White House and Congress to enact mandatory spending changes that increase the ...

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