Notebook: National Champion Jalen WIlson Hires Agent
KU basketball forward Jalen Wilson signs with professional agency
KU basketball forward Jalen Wilson has signed with agency Seven1, the agency announced Thursday night. Wilson also shared the announcement on his Instagram story, appearing to show his support for the announcement. Seven1agency has an NCAA-certified agent in Richard Gray, which means if Gray is representing Wilson, the striker will be able to return to KU if he chooses. A recent NCAA rule change allows early NBA draft entrants to sign with a certified NCAA agent and preserve college eligibility. Additionally, the agency was started by former NBA players Tracy McGrady and Jermaine O’Neal. Thursday night, Wilson did not publicly announce his NBA Draft decision.
KU basketball makes top five for SF four-star Scotty Middleton
Sunrise Christian small forward Scotty Middleton cut his school roster to five on Thursday afternoon and KU basketball was one of them. The Jayhawks are in Middleton’s top five with Seton Hall, Texas A&M, Ohio State and UConn.
Ranking the 12 powerhouses of football, final predictions according to ESPN FPI
KANSAS — WIN-LOSE PROJECTION 2.8-9.2
Who was Patrick Lyoya? : NPR
That future came to a sudden and tragic end earlier this month when Lyoya was shot and killed by a Grand Rapids police officer after being arrested for allegedly driving with an unregistered license plate. Video of the April 4 traffic stop released by Grand Rapids police showed a brief foot chase followed by a struggle for the white officer’s Taser. The video ends with the officer shooting Lyoya in the back of the head while he was face down. Lyoya was 26 years old.
Disney’s loss of self-taxation status could create over $1 billion in bond debt
Tax authorities and lawmakers say a law dissolving Disney’s self-governing status could burden local taxpayers with more than $1 billion in bond debt, CNBC reported Thursday.
Reedy Creek: Why Disney has its own government in Florida and what if it disappears | CNN
Back then, the land was little more than uninhabited pasture and swamp, according to the Reedy Creek website. With the Special Purpose District, Disney took on responsibility for providing city services such as power, water, roads and fire protection – but was also freed from legal bureaucracy or paying taxes. for services that benefited the general public.
A Look at Textbooks Rejected by the Florida Department of Education – The New York Times
The state has rejected dozens of math textbooks. The New York Times reviewed 21 of them to find out why.
Here are 4 math problems banned in Florida – The Washington Post
One shows a social-emotional learning objective that says, “Students build social awareness skills by practicing empathizing with their classmates.”
Kalispell man charged with selling stolen firearms | Daily Inter Lake
A Kalispell man is being held on $25,000 bail for allegedly stealing and selling three firearms to a house guest in 2021.
Blac Chyna tells the stand she doesn’t have a personal bank account, hasn’t texted with Rob and hasn’t filed a tax return since 2018
Blac Chyna struggles to keep up with the Kardashians’ attorney.