Stanford coach Jerod Haase, a guard at Kansas from 1994 to ’97 who received a long, loud standing ovation during introductions, returned to his old digs on Saturday, suffering an 89-74 loss to the Jayhawks.
The converted Oakland, Calif., warehouse known as the “Ghost Ship” where a deadly fire ripped through a late-night dance party and killed perhaps dozens was an artist workspace and illegal home for a rotating cast of a dozen or more residents, those who lived there or visited often said.
Susie DeRouchey of the Kansas City Chiefs explains how bringing back Warpaint, the team's mascot horse, was supposed to be a one-time deal. DeRouchey spends game days riding Warpaint and making appearances around Arrowhead Stadium. During the week she is a therapist at her practice, Country Crossroads Counseling.
John Sleezer and David FreseThe Kansas City Star
How the Chiefs' Warpaint became a game day tradition — again
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Jerod Haase returns to KU as Stanford coach
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