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Should the city impose a fine or a penalty for those under age 16 who are not wearing a helmet while riding a scooter, a bicycle, skates or a skateboard?

Poll results

Response Percent
No. The city should continue its practice of giving a warning to those not in compliance and offering a free helmet.
 
40%
Yes. The child’s parent or guardian should be fined.
 
35%
No. But the city should have a better education program to encourage children to wear helmets.
 
24%
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Convicted sex offender gets new commitment trial
February 3, 2006
A repeat child-sex offender convicted of crimes in Douglas County will get a new trial on whether he should be committed to a state hospital for sexually violent predators, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled today.
Supreme Court tells judge to reconsider abortion clinic probe
February 3, 2006
The Kansas Supreme Court today ordered a lower court judge to reconsider whether to allow the continuation of an investigation by Atty. Gen. Phill Kline into two abortion clinics.
Cool-down begins for weekend
Snow in the forecast for Sunday night
08:03 a.m., February 3, 2006 Updated 02:22 p.m.
Don’t put away your winter clothes just yet - cooler weather is on tap for today, says Jennifer Schack, 6News meteorologist. “I think you’ll need a coat on your way out today,” Schack said.
People in the news
February 3, 2006
Bono challenges U.S. leaders to spend more on poor
Crossing guard returns waves in subdued way
February 3, 2006
The wave is back, sort of.
Short Tree’ shares lifelong lessons
February 3, 2006
With a pronouncement made by a large tree that “humans never learn,” Kansas University Theatre for Young People opened its production of “The Short Tree and the Bird that Could Not Sing” this week in the William Inge Memorial Theatre.
Rush making his mark
Freshman likely to become active career scoring leader
February 3, 2006
In what is partly a testament to Brandon Rush’s ability and also a strong sign of Kansas University’s youth, Rush, KU’s freshman guard out of Kansas City, Mo., soon figures to become the Jayhawks’ active career leading scorer.
Jags receiver settles charge
February 3, 2006
Jaguars receiver Reggie Williams will perform community service to settle charges filed after police found a small amount of marijuana in his car earlier this month, authorities said Thursday.
These walls can talk - of KU sports
Dilapidated building overflowing with images of Jayhawk greats
February 3, 2006
The late Waldo “Bud” Monroe, a barber and campus police lieutenant, received enough pictures from Kansas University athletes over several decades for his own hall of fame.
Nation basked in warm January
Balmy weather breaks records in several regions of country
February 3, 2006
Let’s put it this way: People played golf this winter in Maine. In shorts.
Rolling Stones put on quite a show - at news conference
February 3, 2006
Mick Jagger famously sang: “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
Speeches reflect divide
February 3, 2006
The contrast could not have been greater:
McNabb-Owens feud keeps spinning
February 3, 2006
See if you can follow the money as it spins. If so, you may be able to follow the spin, too.
Baldwin author speculates about ‘In Cold Blood’ era in graphic novel
February 3, 2006
When Ande Parks was explaining the idea for “Capote in Kansas” to his publisher several years ago, he unwittingly made a suggestion that proved prophetic.
Bill would ban cloning
February 3, 2006
Legislation introduced Thursday would prohibit human cloning.
Task force captures fugitive from Topeka
February 3, 2006
A fugitive from Topeka who’d been wanted for nearly six years turned up this week in Lawrence.
Barnett outlines $400M school finance plan
February 3, 2006
Running for governor, Sen. Jim Barnett outlined Thursday a four-year, $400 million increase in K-12 spending that would attempt to satisfy a Kansas Supreme Court order without raising taxes or expanding gambling.
A ‘Grizzly’ look at life amid nature
February 3, 2006
Director Werner Herzog’s acclaimed 2005 documentary film “Grizzly Man” (7 p.m., Discovery) makes its TV debut. Don’t dare miss it.
Three wounded during attack at gay bar
February 3, 2006
A young man dressed all in black went on a rampage at a gay bar with a hatchet and a gun Thursday in New Bedford, wounding three patrons in what police said appeared to be a hate crime. One victim was in critical condition.
Islamic backlash against Western media grows
February 3, 2006
A fierce international debate between Western democratic values and religious sensitivities escalated Thursday as Muslims reacted angrily to wider publication of controversial caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
Budget crisis delays Palestinian paychecks
February 3, 2006
Faced with a deepening budget crisis since Hamas’ election victory, the Palestinian Authority put off paying the January salaries of 137,000 government employees Thursday for at least two weeks as it struggles to find new sources of funding.
Actor embodies brilliant, conflicted writer in ‘Capote’
February 3, 2006
There is a hushed moment in “Capote” when author Truman Capote prepares to recite excerpts of his yet-unfinished “In Cold Blood” at a public reading.
Don’t miss, Bus
Likely to retire after championship game, Steelers’ Bettis gets last shot at elusive title
February 3, 2006
Jerome Bettis returned for one more chance to make a run at a championship. Against long odds, he got it.
Heat stop Cavs’ streak at seven
February 3, 2006
The trio of newly picked All-Star starters each played as though he deserved the honor. Fortunately for the Miami Heat, two of those players were on their side.
Huge hits, soft talk
A whirlwind on the field, Steelers star Polamalu quiet, spiritual off it
February 3, 2006
Everything about Troy Polamalu is a contradiction.
Firebirds come out flat in dual loss
February 3, 2006
Free State High wrestling coach Darrell Andrew offered no excuses for his team’s 51-22 loss to Washburn Rural on Thursday at FSHS.
Lawrence bowling teams split
Jimboy leads LHS boys; Demaline paces girls
February 3, 2006
Starting at age 8, Shawn Jimboy would call up his friends and bowl in a Saturday morning league just to “have some fun.”
Football facility plans nearly set in stone
February 3, 2006
It appears Kansas University has secured enough funds to move forward with a long-proposed football facility.
New Orleans hit again, this time by tornadoes
February 3, 2006
Tornadoes tore through New Orleans neighborhoods Thursday that had been hit hard by Hurricane Katrina just five months earlier, collapsing at least one previously damaged house and battering the airport, authorities said.
Everybody talking about Polamalu’s hair
February 3, 2006
Asked what he thought of Troy Polamalu’s wild, cascading hair, Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck took off his baseball cap and swiped a hand over his balding head.
Bill to expand winery sales advances
February 3, 2006
Kansas wineries could broaden their sales area under a bill sent to the Senate by the chamber’s Federal and State Affairs Committee.
Saddam banned from court
February 3, 2006
The trial of Saddam Hussein proceeded Thursday without any of the eight defendants present, after the chief judge ordered them barred from the court.
Military leaders object to ‘callous’ cartoon
February 3, 2006
Military leaders have angrily denounced as “beyond tasteless” a Washington Post editorial cartoon featuring a likeness of a severely wounded soldier and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as an attending doctor who says, “I’m listing your condition as ‘battle hardened.’”
Not legal
February 3, 2006
To the editor:
Panel reworks bill limiting where offenders can live
February 3, 2006
Legislation establishing how close to a school or day care center convicted child molesters can live will be reworked by the House Judiciary Committee before going to the chamber for debate.
Baghdad bombings kill 11 Iraqis
February 3, 2006
Two bombings 20 minutes apart Thursday killed at least 11 Iraqis, and the U.S. military announced five more American battle deaths. A U.S. rocket attack on the Shiite stronghold of Sadr City killed a woman and enraged Shiites across Iraq.
Intel chief defends wiretaps
February 3, 2006
Al-Qaida is the leading terrorism threat to the United States followed by the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea, the nation’s intelligence chief said Thursday in a forum that turned into a debate on government eavesdropping.
Farm agency seeks to retool
February 3, 2006
Kansas Farm Service Agency leaders will be compiling plans to streamline the state’s 103 offices, whose locations are used by thousands of farmers seeking government assistance.
Oak Mass Mall?
February 3, 2006
To the editor:
KU department wins car design award
February 3, 2006
The Kansas University Public Safety Office has won an award from a law-enforcement magazine for the revamped design on its patrol cars.
Bird flu kills girl in Iraq, U.N. says
February 3, 2006
The U.N.’s health agency confirmed Thursday that an Iraqi girl who died earlier this month had succumbed to the virulent H5N1 bird flu virus.
Kansas baseball wins opener
February 3, 2006
Jared Schweitzer and Gus Milner hit solo home runs, and Matt Baty drove in three runs as Kansas University popped Hawaii-Hilo, 11-1, in its season baseball opener late Wednesday night.
Carnegie use
February 3, 2006
To the editor:
Probe uncovers taps on officials’ phones
February 3, 2006
Mobile phones belonging to top Greek military and government officials - including the prime minister - and the U.S. embassy were tapped for nearly a year beginning in the weeks before the 2004 Olympic games, the government said Thursday.
Wife of Knicks’ Davis charged with battery
February 3, 2006
Kendra Davis, the wife of New York Knicks forward Antonio Davis, was charged with misdemeanor battery Thursday for allegedly throwing a cup of coffee at a woman during a traffic dispute last fall, police said. Last month, Kendra Davis had an oral confrontation with a fan at a Knicks-Bulls game in Chicago, prompting her husband to climb into the stands to check on her. He was ejected and received a five-game suspension from the NBA.
Retail Sales warm up
February 3, 2006
The nation’s retailers reported better-than-expected sales in January, as shoppers armed with holiday gift cards and lured by mild weather returned to stores and malls in search of clearance and spring merchandise. The shopping surge wasn’t expected to last, however, as consumers face higher interest rates, a cooling housing market and high energy costs in the months ahead.
Administration may extend Medicare sign-up
February 3, 2006
A top Bush administration official acknowledged Thursday that the Medicare prescription program is too complicated for many of its intended beneficiaries to understand and said simplifying it is a top priority.
Dutch parliament OKs troops to Afghanistan
February 3, 2006
The Dutch parliament on Thursday overwhelmingly supported the deployment of up to 1,400 troops to southern Afghanistan, the premier said, reaffirming the country’s central NATO role and ending more than six months of political turmoil.
Mayor donates $100M to Johns Hopkins
February 3, 2006
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire known for his philanthropy, anonymously donated $100 million Thursday to Johns Hopkins University to support stem cell research, a new children’s hospital and other projects, The Associated Press has learned.
Kansas pitcher Czyz named to watch list
February 3, 2006
Kansas University senior Don Czyz was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Assn. Stopper of the Year Award watch list.
Topekan resentenced in shooting death
February 3, 2006
A 32-year-old Topeka man convicted a decade ago of a shooting death outside a Lawrence night club received a new sentence Thursday.
Powder investigated
February 3, 2006
A hazardous-materials crew responded to the Douglas County Health Department on Thursday morning to investigate a report of a mysterious powder in the building.
Student teacher faces marijuana charges
February 3, 2006
A student teacher at a Catholic high school was charged Thursday with three felony drug counts stemming from the seizure of more than 39 pounds of marijuana from his car and his apartment
Three teens indicted in homeless attacks
February 3, 2006
After hearing testimony from 13 witnesses over two days, a Broward County grand jury Thursday indicted three teenagers in the fatal beating of a homeless man and the baseball bat attacks of two others.
Computer worm set to destroy Windows files
February 3, 2006
A computer worm that infiltrated thousands of computers last month is expected to awaken today, destroying documents and files on infected machines and networks, Microsoft Corp. and computer security experts said.
Chavez: U.S. Navy officer to be expelled
February 3, 2006
President Hugo Chavez said Thursday that Venezuela is expelling a U.S. Navy officer for allegedly passing secret information from the Venezuelan military to the Pentagon and warned he will throw out all U.S. military attaches if further espionage occurs.
Judge: Whitman misled public on air quality
February 3, 2006
A federal judge blasted former Environmental Protection Agency chief Christine Todd Whitman on Thursday for reassuring New Yorkers soon after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that it was safe to return to their homes and offices while toxic dust was polluting the neighborhood.
Berkshire Hathaway Insurance execs indicted for fraud
February 3, 2006
Three former executives at Berkshire Hathaway’s General Re insurance unit and a former American International Group Inc. executive have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of fraud and conspiracy, the Justice Department announced Thursday.
Lowery, Cejka top FBR Open
February 3, 2006
Steve Lowery shot a 6-under-par 65 in the morning, and Alex Cejka matched it at nightfall to share the first-round lead at the FBR Open on Thursday.
Army to maintain Guard staffing level
February 3, 2006
Facing pressure from both parties in Congress and state National Guard leaders, the Army on Thursday committed to keeping the National Guard’s authorized troop level at 350,000 and promised to fund it up to that level.
Union might go to court
February 3, 2006
The NFL Players Assn. is preparing to take the league to court if there is no immediate progress on a new contract. NFLPA executive director Gene Upshaw set March 9 as the date he will begin consulting players on legal action if no deal has been reached to extend the collective bargaining agreement. Upshaw said Thursday that the current stalemate was due more to a disagreement among the owners on revenue sharing than conflict between the league and the union. The current contract expires after the 2007 season, but it calls for an uncapped year in 2007.
Patriot Act extended
February 3, 2006
The Senate voted 95-1 Thursday night to extend the Patriot Act unchanged through March 10 to give negotiators more time to reach a deal. Sen. Russell Feingold, a Wisconsin Democrat and a longtime opponent of the Patriot Act, cast the sole vote against the extension.
Woods three back at Dubai
Goosen, Green, Donaldson share lead
February 3, 2006
Jet lag doesn’t seem to bother Tiger Woods.
Brown fined $20,000 for not leaving court
February 3, 2006
Knicks coach Larry Brown was fined $20,000 Thursday by the NBA for failing to leave the court in a timely manner after he was ejected from New York’s 130-97 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Yates in mental hospital after release from jail
February 3, 2006
Andrea Yates left jail early Thursday for a state mental hospital where she will await her second capital murder trial for the drowning deaths of her young children.
Commissioner, wife receive probation
February 3, 2006
A county commissioner and his wife have each been sentenced to six months’ unsupervised probation stemming from a disturbance late last year at their rural home.
Old Home Town
February 3, 2006
From the Lawrence Daily World for Feb. 3, 1906: “At the regular monthly meeting of the board of regents last evening, the plans for the new university gymnasium were presented by State Architect Stanton.
Fed chairman urged to nix Wal-Mart bank
February 3, 2006
The National Association of Realtors is urging new Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to weigh in against efforts by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to operate a bank in Utah.
Pact ends dispute about natural gas price
February 3, 2006
Ukraine approved a deal Thursday that will provide it with some of the cheapest supplies of imported natural gas in the former Soviet Union, ending what had been a bitter feud with Moscow over prices.
MLK’s wife to have Georgia Capitol viewing
February 3, 2006
Coretta Scott King will be given a public viewing in the rotunda of the Georgia Capitol at the governor’s invitation, her family announced Thursday in a measure of how far the South has come since the civil rights era.
On the record
February 3, 2006
Law enforcement report
Martz rejects Lions’ offer
February 3, 2006
Mike Martz backed out of the Detroit Lions’ offensive coordinator position on Thursday, and the ex-St. Louis Rams coach appears content to sit out next season. “Obviously, I took the job,” Martz said in a telephone interview with the Associated Press. “It just didn’t work out with the money. There’s a bottom-line figure my agent has, and I didn’t want to have the details, so we just move on.”
Free State nabs pair of splits in bowling duals
February 3, 2006
The Free State High boys and girls bowling teams each earned a split Thursday during three-team matches at Mission Bowl.
KU soccer signs six high schoolers
February 3, 2006
Six high school soccer players, including a pair of prep All-Americans, have signed national letters of intent with Kansas University.
Nats sign Clayton, Lombard
February 3, 2006
Shortstop Royce Clayton and outfielder George Lombard agreed Thursday to minor-league contracts with the Washington Nationals. Washington also sent right-hander Francis Beltran outright to Triple-A New Orleans. He had reconstructive elbow surgery in March and didn’t pitch last season. The 36-year-old Clayton hit .270 with two homers, 44 RBIs and 13 steals for Arizona last season.
Trust me?
February 3, 2006
To the editor:
Stoudemire cleared for increased activity
February 3, 2006
Amare Stoudemire was cleared for increased activity, including jogging, after an MRI exam Thursday showed no reason to slow his rehabilitation. However, the Suns, in a brief statement, set no timetable for his return to the team. The All-Star player has been sidelined all season following surgery on his left knee.
Home inspection uncovers unexpected costs
February 3, 2006
My wife and I signed a purchase contract for a home, and followed your earlier advice by making our offer contingent on getting a satisfactory report from a home inspector. The inspection report lists only one major problem - it says the remaining life expectancy of the roof is just three to five years. Is the seller obligated to install a new roof before the sale goes through because we made the offer contingent on an inspection?
Old Home Town
February 3, 2006
Kansas University Acting Chancellor Del Shankel told members of the Kansas Senate and House Ways and Means committees that if faculty salary increases continued to lag behind the growing inflation rate, the state would be “dangerously close to having second-rate institutions.”
Damon, Steinbrenner talk
February 3, 2006
New York owner George Steinbrenner and new Yankees center fielder Johnny Damon talked in person Thursday for the first time since the former Boston Red Sox standout agreed to a $52 million, four-year contract in December. “He definitely wants to win,” Damon said.
Reds, Lopez settle
February 3, 2006
All-Star shortstop Felipe Lopez agreed to a $2.7 million contract Thursday with the Cincinnati Reds, avoiding an arbitration hearing. Lopez made $415,000 last season, when he hit .291 and made his first All-Star team. He asked for $3 million in arbitration, and the Reds offered $2.15 million.
Cubs sign Pierre, Ohman
February 3, 2006
New center fielder Juan Pierre agreed Thursday to a $5.75 million, one-year contract with the Chicago Cubs, who also settled on a $610,000 deal with left-handed reliever Will Ohman. Pierre, obtained in a trade with the Florida Marlins in December, made $3.7 million last year.
Iverson hopes to return for Saturday’s game
February 3, 2006
Allen Iverson probably won’t play in Philadelphia’s game against Detroit tonight because he has two injured ankles, but the former MVP hopes to return for Saturday’s game at Cleveland.
Rockies pitcher loses case
February 3, 2006
The Colorado Rockies defeated Sunny Kim on Thursday in the first salary arbitration case of the year, and the pitcher will earn $600,000 rather than the $800,000 he had asked for. The decision was made by arbitrators Stephen Goldberg, Gil Vernon and John Sands, who heard the case Wednesday.
Haas advances at ITC
February 3, 2006
Fourth-seeded Tommy Haas of Germany beat Romania’s Andrei Pavel, 6-7 (1-7), 6-1, 7-5, Thursday to move into the quarterfinals of the International Tennis Championships. The 30th-ranked Haas will take on seventh-seeded Gilles Muller of Luxembourg today.
Immigrant dilemma
Ambivalent federal immigration laws have left states to grapple with issues such as tuition rates for undocumented immigrants.
February 3, 2006
It’s understandable that many Kansas legislators are, in the words of Rep. John Edmonds, R-Great Bend, “wrapped around the axle” on the issue of granting resident tuition status for undocumented immigrants who have graduated from high school or earned a General Educational Development certificate in Kansas.
Tigers sign Monroe
February 3, 2006
Craig Monroe, the last Detroit player in salary arbitration, agreed Thursday to a $2.8 million, one-year contract. The 28-year-old outfielder earned $400,000 last season, when he hit .277 with 20 home runs and a team-high 89 RBIs.
GOP taps surprise House leader
Selection of Ohio’s Boehner marks shift from DeLay era
February 3, 2006
Eager to project a fresh face amid some embarrassing scandals, Republicans in the House of Representatives shook up their top ranks Thursday and signaled their desire to shift away from their recent immersion in special interest pork-barrel politics.
Ex-goalie Rupp dies
February 3, 2006
Pat Rupp, goaltender for the 1964 and 1968 U.S. Olympic teams who also played for the Detroit Red Wings and Philadelphia Flyers, died Thursday after a long battle with cancer. He was 63.
Bush speech hits high points
February 3, 2006
Cynics, who don’t believe President Bush when he says his own name, will find his sixth State of the Union address full of lies and distortions. I liked most of it, especially the first 20 minutes that he spent on terrorism and domestic security.
Iran defiant as referral looms
U.N. nuclear chief says issue reaching ‘critical phase’
February 3, 2006
Iran threatened to retaliate Thursday in the face of almost certain referral to the U.N. Security Council for its nuclear activities, and the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said the dispute was “reaching a critical phase.
Poll: Music fans say CDs too expensive, quality of tunes declining
February 3, 2006
While one-quarter of the nation’s music fans say they’ve downloaded songs onto their computers - legally or otherwise - a new nationwide poll suggests music executives should look elsewhere to explain their business woes.
Some think concealed guns will become reality in Kansas
February 3, 2006
The question of whether Kansas should join most other states in allowing people to carry concealed guns is alive again in the Legislature with some supporters suggesting it will become law whether Gov. Kathleen Sebelius signs it.
Proposal would require age-appropriate sex ed, emphasize abstinence
February 3, 2006
Free State High School students Laura Kelly and Ashleigh Coleman visited the Capitol on Thursday to support legislation that would emphasize the benefits of abstinence and provide information about preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Patrol seeks fuel deals
February 3, 2006
The Journal-World found gas prices as low as $2.23 at Citgo, Ninth and Iowa streets. If you find a lower price, call Pump Patrol at 832-7154.
McKay, Luna tied at top
February 3, 2006
Scotland’s Mhairi McKay and Diana Luna of Italy both shot 5-under 67s to share the lead after the opening round of the ANZ Ladies Masters.
Hurricanes cloud tax season outlook
February 3, 2006
Almost five months after Hurricane Katrina chased Yolonda Prevost from her East New Orleans neighborhood to her sister’s place in Kansas City, she spends her days trying to get back home - searching for apartments and arranging for repairs to her drowned house.
Nalen, Broncos agree
February 3, 2006
The Denver Broncos and 12-year veteran center Tom Nalen have agreed to a three-year contract extension. Nalen started all 18 games last season.
Yao tops voting for All-Star game
February 3, 2006
Yao Ming edged Kobe Bryant as the top vote-getter in fan balloting for the 55th NBA All-Star game Thursday, and Shaquille O’Neal became the fifth player in league history to earn 13 consecutive selections for the midseason showcase.
Corkins OK with multiyear school funding approach
New education commissioner defends qualifications during chat
February 3, 2006
A multiyear approach to school finance would be “reasonable,” Kansas Education Commissioner Bob Corkins said Thursday during an online chat on the Journal-World’s Web site.
Medical debt crushing many Kansans
Report: Bills hinder treatment, lead to credit problems
February 3, 2006
It’s not something he is required to ask about, but Paul Hunt knows that at least some of the people who seek help at Ballard Community Center are saddled with medical debts.
U.S. should support moderate Islam
February 3, 2006
“I have no idea what the result will be, but I am certain that it will lead to a very interesting situation.”
President to request $120B more for wars
February 3, 2006
The Bush administration said Thursday it will ask Congress for $120 billion more for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and $18 billion more for hurricane relief this year.
KU provost candidate emphasizes humanities, importance of diversity
February 3, 2006
The role of the humanities and social sciences is more crucial than ever in this globalized world, Jack Burns, a candidate for provost of Kansas University, said Thursday.
Sayers coulda for K.C.
February 3, 2006
In an indirect way, two former Kansas University football stars factored in the outcome of Super Bowl I: Curtis McClinton because he played, and Gale Sayers because he didn’t - though Gale predicted the result.
Pluto’s finder’s legacy in trouble
Newly found UB313 bigger than planet discovered by Kansan
February 3, 2006
On the eve of his 100th birthday, Clyde Tombaugh’s big discovery is in danger of being diminished.
School nurse’s kindness remembered
February 3, 2006
Lawrence school nurse Karen “Katie” Buck was about much more than bandaging skinned knees or healing playground bumps and bruises.
Depth lifts Colonials
No. 10 GW outlasts Xavier, 89-85
February 3, 2006
Maureece Rice and George Washington have made a habit of wearing down their opponents this season.
Mothers argue importance of breast-feeding
February 3, 2006
Kansas mothers and health experts Thursday renewed their fight to give women the right to breast-feed in public.
Horoscopes
February 3, 2006
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