Former University of Kansas basketball player Josh Jackson was convicted of a misdemeanor traffic violation Tuesday, several weeks after he entered into a diversion agreement regarding a criminal damage charge filed against him in a separate case.
A Lawrence Municipal Court case involving traffic citations filed against University of Kansas basketball star Josh Jackson has been rescheduled.
University of Kansas basketball star Josh Jackson plans to file for a diversion in a case in which he allegedly vandalized a woman's car outside a Lawrence bar and threatened to beat her.
A newly released court document in the incident between KU basketball star Josh Jackson and women’s basketball player McKenzie Calvert includes allegations that Jackson said he was going to “beat” the female athlete.
Another off-court legal issue came to light Wednesday as the Kansas basketball program prepared for the start of the 2017 postseason. Kansas coach Bill Self on Wednesday morning announced that freshman guard Josh Jackson would miss Thursday’s Big 12 quarterfinal at Sprint Center to serve a one-game suspension for his role in a traffic incident in early February. By Matt Tait and Conrad Swanson
Several hours after the University of Kansas men’s basketball team celebrated winning its 13th Big 12 conference title in a row, one of the team’s players was arrested.
The substance of a search warrant connected to a rape investigation at the apartment building where the University of Kansas men's basketball team lives is sealed to the public, a judge ordered on Wednesday.
A portion of the investigation into a December car vandalism possibly involving two University of Kansas basketball players is complete, the Douglas County District Attorney's Office said in a release.
When his girlfriend accused him of cheating on her and began to get physically violent, University of Kansas basketball player Carlton Bragg Jr. stood against a wall with his head down and his hands in his pockets, according to a newly released arrest affidavit in the case.
The single, misdemeanor battery charge filed against University of Kansas basketball player Carlton Bragg Jr. was dismissed Wednesday, the Douglas County District Attorney's Office said in a release.