Wade listed as questionable for Big 12 Tournament

Kansas State forward Dean Wade has been listed as questionable for the Big 12 tournament, Head Coach Bruce Weber announced Sunday. 

The St. John native experienced discomfort in his foot and reported it to the training staff following the Wildcats win over Oklahoma. 

Wade is going to receive treatment and be evaluated up until Kansas State plays Thursday afternoon. 

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  • Soldiers return home to surprise daughters at Maize schools

    Soldiers return home to surprise daughters at Maize schools

    A solider returned home to surprise his daughter at Maize High School on Wednesday. But it gets better. Another solder surprised his daughter at the same high school and then another daughter at Maize Middle School. 

    A solider returned home to surprise his daughter at Maize High School on Wednesday. But it gets better. Another solder surprised his daughter at the same high school and then another daughter at Maize Middle School. 

  • Growing pains hit Maize Schools

    Growing pains hit Maize Schools

    Middle school students eat lunch in a crowded cafeteria at Maize Middle School on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.  The district says this school will be full next year at the current pace of growth.Middle school students eat lunch in a crowded cafeteria at Maize Middle School on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The district says this school will be full next year at the current pace of growth.
    Middle school students eat lunch in a crowded cafeteria at Maize Middle School on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.  The district says this school will be full next year at the current pace of growth.Middle school students eat lunch in a crowded cafeteria at Maize Middle School on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The district says this school will be full next year at the current pace of growth.

    "You can't drive up and down Maize Road for very long and not notice the district is growing," said Brandt Wilson, whose children attend the Maize Public Schools. One Kansas school district is growing nearly twice as fast as expected, but expanding isn't as simple as asking parents for permission to build new schools. 

    "You can't drive up and down Maize Road for very long and not notice the district is growing," said Brandt Wilson, whose children attend the Maize Public Schools. One Kansas school district is growing nearly twice as fast as expected, but expanding isn't as simple as asking parents for permission to build new schools. 

  • Ruling allows lawsuit over rapes at K-State fraternity houses

    Ruling allows lawsuit over rapes at K-State fraternity houses

    A federal appeals court is refusing to toss out a lawsuit filed by two female students alleging Kansas State University refused to investigate their rapes and other sex assaults at off-campus fraternity houses. 

    A federal appeals court is refusing to toss out a lawsuit filed by two female students alleging Kansas State University refused to investigate their rapes and other sex assaults at off-campus fraternity houses.