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12:00 a.m.
Kansas University junior Lauren Ruiz, Lenexa, grabs hold of the overhead handles along with other KU students on a packed Park and Ride bus Wednesday. KU is considering a merger with the T system, but it will have to postpone a decision until it knows the results of the November sales tax vote that proposes an increase to fund the city's transit system. KU transit spins its wheels awaiting proposed T merger
October 12, 2008 in print edition on 1B
It’s a time of change for the Kansas University bus system. After taking on an influx of new riders this semester, the system will have to deal with additional changes pending the results of a sales tax vote in November.
10:00 a.m.
Jane Landau, right, and Jan Ackerly, both of Lawrence, tie a pink ribbon to a pole on Massachusetts Street on Sunday, Oct. 12, 2008 in an effort to raise breast cancer awareness. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Oct. 25, LMH will host the 16th Annual Stepping Out Against Breast Cancer Dance as a fundraiser to benefit women who need to get mammograms. Lawrence residents see pink
October 12, 2008 in print edition on 3A
Lawrence residents walking downtown this week are likely to see pink - pink ribbons, that is. Members of Lawrence Memorial Hospital tied pink ribbons around lampposts and trees on Sunday along Massachusetts Street and Clinton Parkway in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness month and as a reminder to women to get mammograms.
2:00 p.m.
Betsy Six, right, shares a laugh with her youngest son, Will, 3, while her husband, Steve Six, unpacks groceries. Betsy Six is president of the Hillcrest School Parent Teacher Organization and also works for Kansas University's School of Law. Hillcrest PTO president Betsy Six juggles full plate
October 13, 2008
Every day, Betsy Six knows her children learn a little more about the huge world around them. And it’s not just from classwork or reading - it’s because they attend Hillcrest School, which serves as one of the Lawrence school district’s English as a Second Language sites.
6:00 p.m.
Lt. Zane Morgan stabilizes an injured worker as they are lifted above the Oread Inn construction site by a crane on Monday.  The worker fell from a nearby concrete ledge, according to witnesses. The man was transported by helicopter to a Kansas City-area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. One person taken by helicopter to hospital after accident at Oread Inn construction site
11:23 a.m., October 13, 2008 Updated 5:30 p.m. in print edition on 3A
A worker at the Oread Inn construction site was transferred to a Kansas City area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The man is expected to be released from the hospital Monday night or Tuesday.
7:20 p.m.
Schoolhouse talk
Live-blog: School board approves high school construction projects
Posted October 13, 2008
9:41 There are a few more items, but the that's end of the fun stuff. I'm signing off for tonight. Thanks for tuning in, and ...
10:45 p.m.
Schoolhouse talk
Live-blog: School board approves high school construction projects
Posted October 13, 2008
9:41 There are a few more items, but the that's end of the fun stuff. I'm signing off for tonight. Thanks for tuning in, and ...
10:45 p.m.
Schoolhouse talk
Live-blog: School board approves high school construction projects
Posted October 13, 2008
9:41 There are a few more items, but the that's end of the fun stuff. I'm signing off for tonight. Thanks for tuning in, and ...

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October 13, 2008