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Self ‘excited’ for interim football coach Bowen
October 1, 2014
Kansas University has had three head football coaches — Mark Mangino, Turner Gill and Charlie Weis — during basketball coach Bill Self’s 12 years at Kansas University.
FSHS golfers 12th at Alvamar
October 1, 2014
Most of Free State High’s girls golfers left Alvamar Golf Course on Tuesday afternoon with some disappointment.
LHS volleyball takes two wins
October 1, 2014
The seniors on the Lawrence High volleyball team had a night to remember as the Lions defeated Leavenworth and Shawnee Mission North Tuesday for Senior Night.
FSHS volleyball beats O-South
October 1, 2014
Free State’s volleyball team split its matches Tuesday at the Olathe South triangular, defeating O-South and falling to Olathe East.
Seabury splits at triangular
October 1, 2014
The Bishop Seabury Academy volleyball team defeated Heritage Christian and fell to Northland Christian School on Tuesday in a triangular.
LHS soccer tips Leavenworth
October 1, 2014
The Lawrence High boys soccer team coasted to a 4-0 win over Leavenworth on Tuesday.
NFL admits mistake on Chiefs penalty
October 1, 2014
The NFL said Tuesday that Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct when he dropped to his knees in prayer after an interception.
Column: Mason an expert on Kansas turnaround
October 1, 2014
One of the many things Kansas University’s interim football coach Clint Bowen said that resonated during his Monday introductory news conference was that he is prepared for this job because he witnessed turn-around efforts under Glen Mason and Mark Mangino.
Lawrence Meals on Wheels hosting charity auction Oct. 17
September 30, 2014
Lawrence Meals on Wheels is hosting its annual Signature Settings charity auction on Oct. 17 from 6-9 p.m. at Maceli’s, 1031 New Hampshire St.
Kansas House candidates outline positions on education, state revenue
September 30, 2014
Five candidates vying for three local seats in the Kansas House of Representatives assembled at Lawrence’s City Hall Tuesday for a chance to expound on various issues as November’s election day nears.
Living arrangements of accused murderer’s son called into question
September 30, 2014
As a retrial date approaches for once-convicted murderer Martin Miller, his son — a witness in the case whose mother was the victim — is living in the house of an assistant district attorney. By Sara Shepherd
Former KU quarterback arrested for OUI on homecoming weekend
September 30, 2014
A former Kansas University star quarterback was arrested on suspicion of OUI over KU’s homecoming weekend. 
Greg Orman hears concerns from northeast Kansas entrepreneurs
September 30, 2014
Greg Orman, independent candidate for U.S. Senate, heard from a group of small business owners in Topeka about the challenges facing young entrepreneurs today. But instead of talking about taxes or the high cost of health care, most said their biggest challenges are hiring skilled, educated workers. By Peter Hancock
Police investigate possible sexual assault involving impaired victim
September 30, 2014
Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault in Lawrence that may have involved an impaired victim.
Moran likes Republicans’ chances in taking over Senate
September 30, 2014
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas, who is leading the Republican effort to take over the Senate, said he thinks it will happen. “At the moment, I think that the trend is in our favor,” Moran said Tuesday during a visit to Kansas University. By Scott Rothschild
Oklahoma troopers seek truck in crash that killed Lawrence man
September 30, 2014
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is asking the public for help in finding a pickup truck believed to be connected to a fatal crash that killed a Lawrence man in Carter County, Oklahoma.
Two Lawrence students honored in national academic competition
September 30, 2014
Two Lawrence school district students have been selected by the National Achievement Program as Outstanding Participants.
Monuments Woman’ to deliver lecture on protecting the arts during wartime
September 30, 2014
For Kansas University alumna Corine Wegener, saving the arts has a literal application in her profession as a cultural heritage preservation officer. A modern-day “monuments woman,” Wegener travels into war-torn countries, and much like the Monuments Men who traveled to Europe to recover Nazi stolen art, she helps museum staff reclaim and protect cultural treasures.
Policy experts, at KU, debate Kansas’ fiscal situation
September 30, 2014
Kansas University students heard two opposing viewpoints on the state’s fiscal situation at a KU Federalist Society program at the law school Tuesday. By Giles Bruce
Officials confirm first Ebola case diagnosed in US
04:10 p.m., September 30, 2014 Updated 04:37 p.m.
A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola, the first case of the disease to be diagnosed in the United States, federal health officials announced Tuesday.

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