• NJCAA men’s basketball tournament staying in Hutchinson

    HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A national end-of-season basketball tournament that has been played in Hutchinson for more than six decades will be there for 25 more years.

  • Lions hire Al Golden as tight ends coach

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — Former Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden has been hired as tight ends coach of the Detroit Lions.

  • Precinct captain for Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, John Grouse explains the caucus process before caucusing begins in Nevada, Iowa, Monday, Feb. 1, 2016. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

    AP PHOTOS: Iowans gather to caucus, make pick for president

    NEVADA, Iowa (AP) — At hundreds of fire stations, high school gyms, church basements, American Legion halls and even a few private homes, Iowans gathered Monday night for the state’s famed caucuses — the first step toward picking a new U.S. president.

  • New Mexico lawmakers shun plan to tap permanent fund

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Republican lawmakers are spurning a proposal to tap New Mexico’s largest permanent reserve fund to boost spending on early childhood education programs.

  • New hearing date set in Tennessee high school rape case

    SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A juvenile court hearing has been pushed back to March 15 for three Tennessee high school basketball players charged with raping a teammate with a pool cue.

  • NCAA board votes to extend President Emmert through 2020

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA says its board of governors has voted to extend the contract of President Mark Emmert three years, through October 2020.

  • 5 finalists for New Mexico Tech presidency visiting campus

    SOCORRO, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Tech says the five finalists for its presidency are visiting the Socorro university and that the Board of Regents will make a selection on Feb. 19.

  • In this Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016 photo, students walk throughout the Tel Aviv University campus in Israel. As a global boycott movement against Israeli universities gains steam, Israeli professors say they are increasingly feeling the pressure from their colleagues overseas. The academic boycott is part of the broader pro-Palestinian “BDS” campaign, which advocates boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)

    Israeli academics face growing boycott pressures

    HAIFA, Israel (AP) — Israeli anthropologist Dan Rabinowitz is a leader in his field, heading a prestigious school of environmental studies at Tel Aviv University, authoring dozens of publications and holding visiting teaching positions over the years at leading North American universities.

  • In this Jan. 25 2016, photo provided by the U.S. Marshals Service shows Frank Szeles after his arrest in Bonita, Calif. Louisiana authorities claim Szeles is 76-year old fugitive Frank John Selas III, a children's TV show host known as "Mr. Wonder" who fled Louisiana in 1979 amid allegations that he sexually abused several kids during a camping retreat. Szeles told a judge Wednesday he is not Selas. (U.S. Marshals Service via AP)

    Decades-long search for “Mr. Wonder” ends with arrest

    BONITA, Calif. (AP) — Neighbors in a well-to-do section of this San Diego suburb knew him as Frank Szeles, a friendly Cub Scouts leader who frequently gave swimming lessons to young children in his backyard pool.