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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Lawrence, Kansas USA TODAY Female Air Force commandos could see action by 2018. 1B Warm and humid Today’s forecast, page 8A High: 89 Low: 69 Business 2 A Classified 1 D- 8D Comics 1 0D Crave 1 CR- 2CR Deaths 2 A Events listings 8A, 2C Horoscope 9 D Opinion 7 A Puzzles 9 D Sports 1 C- 4C Television 8A, 2C, 9D USA Today 1B- 6B INSIDE Vol. 157/ No. 245 38 pages J ournal - W orld L A W R E N C E ® $ 1.00 LJWorld. com WEDNESDAY • SEPTEMBER 2 • 2015 Join us at Facebook. com/ LJWorld and Twitter. com/ LJWorld City commissioners postponed making a decision on requiring stricter fire codes for animal facilities. Page 3A No action on fire codes Good sports? K- State students asked to sign pledge M anhattan ( ap ) — Kansas State students will have to sign a sportsmanship pledge before they can pick up their tickets for sporting events this year. The pledge requires students to refrain from using profanity and inappropriate chants and to show respect for all athletes, coaches, fans and officials, The Wichita Eagle reported. Students and athletic administrators together came up with the idea of the sportsmanship pledge, the first in the Big 12 Conference. The pledge followed problems that arose during a Kansas State- Kansas men’s basketball game last season in Manhattan. Students chanted inappropriate language during the game and stormed the court afterward, and one student seemed to intentionally bump Kansas player Jamari Traylor. “ We want to take the lead in the Big 12 and try to have our student section be representative of the type of environment that should be present at college sporting events,” said Scott Garrett, K- State’s senior associate athletic director for external operations. If a student violates the sportsmanship pledge, he or she risks punishment from the school, including having their tickets taken away for the year’s remainder. Kansas State officials say students who behave badly during games will be dealt with on a caseby- case basis. Documents shed light on ties between KU, Kochs Newly released documents paint only a partial picture of how — and by whom — Kansas University’s Center for Applied Economics is funded. The clear part of the picture is that the Koch Foundation has, through KU Endowment, given the Center at least $ 430,000 since 2008, which Executive Director Art Hall used for what he describes as “ reform- oriented” research projects with a goal of creating “ intellectual products that will enlighten public policy debates in a way that helps promote smaller government By Sara Shepherd Twitter: @ saramarieshep Kansas tax collections $ 30M short in August T opeka — Kansas collected $ 30 million less in taxes than anticipated last month, though officials said Tuesday that larger- than- expected income tax refunds were most of the reason. The state Department of Revenue reported that tax collections were almost $ 418 million in August, compared with the official projection of $ 448 million. The shortfall for the month was 6.8 percent. Since the current fiscal year began in July, tax collections have fallen nearly $ 36 million short of expectations, or 4.1 percent, at $ 834 million. By John Hanna Associated Press Motel owner accused of stabbing wife for being ‘ fat’ heading to trial The 46- year- old owner of Lawrence’s Super 8 motel was bound over for trial on a charge of attempted firstdegree murder Tuesday after waiving his right to a preliminary hearing in the case. Navinkumar Patel, of Shawnee, is accused of stabbing his wife twice in the abdomen at his motel at 515 McDonald Drive on June 24. According to an affidavit supporting his arrest, Patel told police he did so after growing angry with her because she was eating a bowl of Cheerios and he thought she was “ fat.” His wife survived the stabbing, which allegedly occurred in an office area near the motel lobby. After the attack, she ran from the area and found an “ unknown man” who provided first aid and helped her call police, Lawrence Police Detective M. T. Brown wrote in the affidavit. When police arrived, an officer asked Patel if there was a disturbance going on, and Patel directed him to the office, according to the affidavit. Patel then handed the knife, which he still had in hand, to the officer, according to the affidavit. Patel then allegedly told the officer, “ I stabbed her.” Medics responded and took the woman to Lawrence By Caitlin Doornbos Twitter: @ CaitlinDoornbos Hall Nick Krug/ Journal- World File Photo A KANSAS STATE FAN jumps into Kansas University forward Jamari Traylor, pictured at right, on the court following the Wildcats’ victory over the Jayhawks last season at Bramlage Coliseum. Richard Gwin/ Journal- World Photo NAVINKUMAR PATEL, OF SHAWNEE, LOOKS ON IN COURT TUESDAY as he waived his right to a preliminary hearing in an attempted firstdegree murder case. The 46- year- old owner of Super 8 in Lawrence is accused of stabbing his wife twice in the abdomen at the motel, 515 McDonald Drive, on June 24. Patel is pictured in front of his interpreter. Please see STABBING, page 2A Please see TAX, page 2A Please see HALL, page 5A

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