Archive for Thursday, July 28, 2005

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On the street
Do you think it's fair for police to sit and wait for drivers to disobey temporary traffic signs?

Poll results

Response Percent
No. If anything, police should have been helping to direct traffic.
Yes. The signs are designed to protect the construction workers and keep traffic moving safely. Drivers need to be more alert when they enter construction zones.
No. The signs in question near Seventh and Massachusetts were easily lost amidst the visual clutter of orange cones, construction equipment and barricades.
Yes. Too many drivers either fail to pay attention or just decide to ignore the signs.
Total 580

All stories

July 28, 2005
For Thursday, July 28
Survey shows teens more wired than ever
9 of 10 youths a fixture online
July 28, 2005
A new survey says that the Internet has all but saturated the youth market.
July 28, 2005
New guide, old guard
Uniform change results in old-school look for Jayhawk football media guide
July 28, 2005
What was shaping up to be a sticky situation ended as an admirable tribute to two greats.
Done deal: Brown headed to Knicks
Former KU coach to be introduced today in Manhattan
July 28, 2005
A month of drama for Larry Brown ended with him landing his “dream job.”
Focused on wins
Recent victories have Trucks driver Dennis Setzer eyeing series title
July 28, 2005
This driver got off to a sluggish start in his 2005 NASCAR season, but when he got back on track, he went right to the top.
Our town sports
July 28, 2005
Lawrence datebook
July 28, 2005
On the record
July 28, 2005
Acting (para)normal
Jake Weber happy with only ‘Medium’ level of recognition
July 28, 2005
Jake Weber is “not interested in inviting scrutiny.” But when you’re the co-star of a successful TV series, that stuff happens.
Daily ticker
July 28, 2005
Commentary: Ostertag’s back in Utah? Duck!
Former Kansas University center’s return to Jazz won’t come without an explosion of opinion
July 28, 2005
Greg Ostertag is a rare kind of athlete.
July 28, 2005