100 Days To Kansas Football: The Countdown Begins – Blue Wings Rising
And of course, with this milestone comes a staple of summer football coverage when I covered the team: the 100 day countdown. It kicks off today with a brief overview of what you can expect and expect from us at Blue Wings Rising.
JUCO defensive back Jalen Dye signs for Kansas
KU Football added defensive backs to their roster on Wednesday night, landing a transfer commitment from college junior Jalen Dye. The defensive back arrived in Lawrence Monday night and has just completed his official visit to campus. He will have three more seasons of eligibility left.
Basketball Kansas Jayhawks: Predicting the top scorers for 2022-23
So what will the Kansas team look like? Statistics website BartTorvik.com has Kansas ranked 9th in the nation with Wilson and McCullar in the fold. And the site also predicts scoring averages for each of the Jayhawks’ top 10 projected players.
Oakland Coliseum manager appears to want Raiders out immediately – CBSSports.com
Due to the Raiders’ lease, the stadium authority can technically only kick the Raiders out after the 2018 season, but if that becomes possible, it looks like McKibben would be fine with kicking them out sooner.
Why Republicans feel little political pressure for tougher gun control | CNN Politics
But the answer to those pleas from many Republican lawmakers is the same now as it always has been: The country shouldn’t have stricter gun controls.
Why are these Republicans refusing to act? Beyond the fact that many believe stricter gun controls would not prevent such mass shootings, a review of the data reveals that there is simply no political pressure to do so.
Texas shooting latest: Police ‘waited outside despite calls for action’ | The Independent
Onlookers said they urged police to move into the primary school as officers stood by as a gunman went on the rampage, which killed 19 students and two teachers.
The 10-year-old victim’s father, Jacklyn Cazares, said he even suggested going in himself with other passers-by as he was frustrated that the police weren’t doing it themselves.
Florida class president couldn’t talk about being gay in high school graduation speech – so he talked about his curly hair | CNN
So when it came time to speak at Sunday’s ceremony, Moricz took off his mortarboard hat and stuck his head out.
“Before, I hated my curls. I spend mornings and nights embarrassed by them desperately trying to straighten out this part of who I am. But the daily damage of trying to fix myself has become too much to do,” he said in his speech. “So, although it’s hard to have curly hair in Florida, because of the humidity, I decided to be proud of who I was and started coming to school in as authentic me.”
‘How to Murder Your Husband’ Author Found Guilty of Husband’s Murder – Reuters
Nancy Brophy, a 71-year-old romance novelist, has been charged with the shooting death of her husband. She said prosecutors sketched out a flawed plot.
Alleged campground killer charged with intentional homicide | Daily Inter Lake
Garry Douglas Seaman, 63, of Kalispell is being held without bail at the Lincoln County Detention Center following his extradition from Flathead County. He was arrested on May 24 – a day after the murder – near his home in the Flathead Valley following a manhunt involving multiple law enforcement agencies.
Famous Austrian opera singer performs in Kalispell | Daily Inter Lake
Accomplished bass-baritone John Sweeney from Austria is one of three special guests who will perform with master violinist Wai Mizutani on May 28 at the fifth concert in a year-long series, The Lord of the Strings.
Take a look at the Columbia Falls Museum June 1 | News from Hungry Horse
Last week, volunteers from the Columbia Falls Historical Society were busy setting up cabinets and displays in the small museum in the Gateway Building at the corner of Highway 2 and Nucleus Avenue.