Archive for Thursday, February 6, 2014

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12:05 a.m.
Kansas University football recruiting. National signing day a smooth affair for KU football
February 6, 2014
Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis put the finishing touches on KU’s 2014 recruiting class Wednesday when he received 20 letters of intent in the first several hours of national signing day. Things went so smoothly for the Jayhawks that all letters were signed, faxed and received by just after noon, leaving very little reason to worry that anything would go awry. By Matt Tait
10:59 a.m.
Add a touch of flare to your bathroom with a candle or a unique soap dispenser. 9 small ways to spruce up your bathroom
February 6, 2014
Looking to give your bathroom a face-lift? If you’re rather underwhelmed by a room that is often not given enough attention, it’s not as time-consuming as you might think to spruce up this space with a few fun items found around town. Whether fashionable and/or functional, here are nine low-cost ways to refresh your bathroom without spending thousands of remodeling dollars. By Nadia Imafidon
2:05 p.m.
The Kid has fun in a play structure at Laugh Out Loud, 1000 Massachusetts St. Family Adventures: Playing for laughs
February 6, 2014
When the combination of polar vortex and toddler energy threaten to do me in, we can always release some of the pressure with a trip to Laugh Out Loud, 1000 Massachusetts St
4:36 p.m.
Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical crews work the scene of an accident off West Sixth Street in which a driver hit a snowbank and careened through the double doors of Big G's Antiques at the corner of Sixth and Indiana streets. Police responded about 12:40 p.m. Thursday to the accident. Driver with medical condition runs off road and hits antique store near Sixth and Indiana
3:56 p.m., February 6, 2014 Updated 4:13 p.m.
Lawrence Douglas County Fire Medical crews are at the scene of an accident off West Sixth Street in which a driver hit a snowbank and careened through the double doors of an antiques store. By Stephen Montemayor
6:00 p.m.
This 2011 file photo shows Kansas University Medical Center's School of Medicine, 3901 Rainbow Boulevard, Kansas City, Kan. KU Medical Center could lose accreditation without new health education building, supporters say
February 6, 2014
Supporters of an initiative by the Kansas University Medical Center to build a $75 million health education facility said Thursday that without help from the state, the medical school could lose its accreditation. By Scott Rothschild

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