16-year-old girl killed in northeast Wichita shooting; 3 teens arrested

WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Wichita police say a 16-year-old girl has died following a shooting and three teenage suspects are in custody. Officers responded at around 1:17 p.m. Thursday to multiple reports of shots fired and vehicles chasing each other through the neighborhood around 15th Street North and Belmont, near the Wichita State University campus.
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16 Year Old Girl Shot and Killed Near WSU Campus

A 16-year-old girl is dead following a shooting near 17th and Oliver, in a neighborhood near the Wichita State University campus. Wichita police said the girl was taken to Wesley Medical Center but she died from her injuries soon after. Three teenagers arrested have been arrested in connection to the...
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Moscow-Pullman Daily News

Utah is looking to reverse some recent trends

The ominous signs came one day at a time. On Saturday, the Utah Utes lost to a Mountain West Conference team in excruciating, three-overtime fashion, leaving them winless against FBS competition. They conducted a players-onlymeeting Sunday, the sort of thing that, however beneficial, tends not to happen when times are...

WSU announces contract extension for Kyle Smith

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University Director of Athletics Pat Chun announced Thursday that men’s head basketball coach Kyle Smith had agreed to a contract extension. Smith’s extension will keep him on the Palouse through the 2026-27 season. Smith was named the head coach of the Cougs in 2019 and originally signed a six-year contract that ran through the 2024-25 campaign.

WSU teaming up with Hilinski's Hope Foundation

PULLMAN -- The icy relationship between Washington State University and Tyler Hilinski’s family took a turn toward the sunnier side last week when WSU signed on as a partner in the second annual College Football Mental Health Week sponsored by the Hilinski’s Hope Foundation. More than 50 schools across the...

Rabbit travels from Seattle for life-saving treatment

Chester squeezed through the cat door and hopped out the balcony of his owner’s Seattle home to enjoy the fresh morning air. Just as the 5-year-old rabbit did every day. Only this day, the 18-pound Flemish giant refused to come back inside for his customary treats. “When he did that,...

Without Love, Wright State should still be dreaming big

There’s hasn’t been much love lost between Wright State and the Horizon League during Scott Nagy’s tenure. That’s not say league teams haven’t respected the Raiders the past five seasons because how could they not. WSU enters the 2021-22 season seeking at least a share of a fourth straight regular season title, a run has seen the Raiders win 78 percent of their Horizon games and surely become a sore spot on opposing schedules.

Wazzu set to see 2023 QB target

High school football is in full swing and there are plenty of intriguing storylines to monitor out West as the Friday night lights continue to flicker. After a prolonged dead period that prevented coaches from hitting the road to evaluate in person, coaches are back to making school stops this fall. Washington State coach Nick Rolovich is expected to be on the sidelines for the massive Corner Canyon versus Skyridge matchup Friday night in Utah.

WSU men's basketball coach Kyle Smith extended through 2026-27

ONE DAY AFTER announcing the contract extension of women’s basketball coach Kamie Ethridge, Washington State announced men’s basketball coach Kyle Smith’s contract has also been extended through the 2026-27 season. Smith came to WSU in 2019 under an original six-year contract that ran through 2024-25. "The rebirth in our men's...

Kirk Schulz gives WSU Faculty Senate update on Nick Rolovich’s vaccination status

WASHINGTON STATE PRESIDENT Kirk Schulz on Thursday said football coach Nick Rolovich “up until this day has not been vaccinated” during a Zoom call with the WSU Faculty Senate. It was unclear from Schulz’s comments if he was referring to Rolovich being fully vaccinated or if he had not gotten a shot. Earlier this week rumors circulated on social media Rolovich had received a shot. reached out to WSU spokesperson Phil Weiler for clarification but had not heard back as of press time.

Nick Rolovich on if QB Cammon Cooper might play in return to Utah

ON THE COACHES SHOW Thursday night, Nick Rolovich was asked by a listener if fourth-year QB Cammon Cooper (6-4, 208), who came to Washington State out of Lehi, Utah, might play Saturday in the return to his home state. Cooper during one practice this week, said Rolovich, had a strong showing during his reps with the first team.
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Cougars extend deal with men’s hoops coach Smith

One day after Washington State extended women’s basketball coach Kamie Ethridge’s contract through the 2026-27 season, the school announced men’s basketball coach Kyle Smith also would stay in Pullman through the same year. The third-year head coach agreed to a contract extension through the 2026-27 campaign, it was announced Thursday....

WSU president: Nick Rolovich still not vaccinated, says there will be 'no free pass for anybody' regarding mandate

Could Washington State coach Nick Rolovich really be putting his job at risk by not getting a COVID-19 vaccination?. It's a question worth pondering as the days count down to the state of Washington's vaccine mandate on Oct. 18. All state employees must be fully vaccinated by that date. And according to Washington State president Kirk Schulz, Rolovich hasn't gotten a shot yet.