As deer mating season is underway the warning for drivers to be aware is strong.
A pair of accidents involving deer led to two deaths Sunday night.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says 35 year old Dale Colleen Williams was killed on Interstate 70 near the Manhattan exit.
The Manhattan woman was a passenger in a car that was stopped after it struck a deer.
She got out of the car, which was then hit by another car. The first vehicle then hit Williams.
A second deer related accident occurred on the Kansas Turnpike in Osage County.
23 year old Travis Sanders of Lawrence had gotten out of his car after he also hit a deer.
Another vehicle tried to avoid Sanders' car by going into the median but hit Sanders.
The Kansas State Wildcats knocked off the South Dakota Coyotes 64-62 on Tuesday night.
Hayden and Holton clashed in a battle of 4A schools, while Topeka High hosted Topeka West in a girls matchup.
Kansas committed 24 turnovers and fell behind by 18 points in the first half in Tuesday's loss at Florida.