Ruby White, 101, from Kansas City, Kan., saw her first KU basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night.
Ruby White, 101, from Kansas City, Kan., saw her first KU basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. Vahe Gregorian vgregorian@kcstar.com
Ruby White, 101, from Kansas City, Kan., saw her first KU basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. Vahe Gregorian vgregorian@kcstar.com

Now, she’s seen it all: 101-year-old KCK woman revels in first KU basketball game

November 29, 2017 09:37 AM

More Videos

Listen to The Star's Vahe Gregorian and Blair Kerkhoff talk about Jackie Stiles 4:00

Listen to The Star's Vahe Gregorian and Blair Kerkhoff talk about Jackie Stiles

Five things to know about former Southwest Missouri State star Jackie Stiles 0:45

Five things to know about former Southwest Missouri State star Jackie Stiles

Mizzou’s Puryear, Robertson excited about win over ranked team, defense 0:57

Mizzou’s Puryear, Robertson excited about win over ranked team, defense

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

Watch UMKC’s game-winning shot 0:53

Watch UMKC’s game-winning shot

Kansas City officials and Edgemoor representatives meet to discuss a new memorandum of understanding 3:12

Kansas City officials and Edgemoor representatives meet to discuss a new memorandum of understanding

Prison health care company in Missouri and Kansas offers little transparency 0:33

Prison health care company in Missouri and Kansas offers little transparency

Sporting Kansas City drafts Butler goalkeeper Eric Dick and Denver center back Graham Smith 1:10

Sporting Kansas City drafts Butler goalkeeper Eric Dick and Denver center back Graham Smith

Silvio De Sousa on choosing to play for KU basketball this season 2:01

Silvio De Sousa on choosing to play for KU basketball this season

Jonathan Justus opens new South Plaza restaurant 2:37

Jonathan Justus opens new South Plaza restaurant

  • Meet Grim, Shawnee PD's K9 dog from Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's charity

    Shawnee Poloce Department Chief of Police Rob Moser grew up as a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. When he heard of Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's charity foundation giving away a K9 dog to police departments where the Steelers play road games, Moser applied and received Grim, a Belgian Malinois, in 2015.