Friday, Feb. 10, 2006
KU officials near the end of their search for a new provost. A long-standing tradition in basketball comes to an end Thursday night for one local junior high school. The man charged with killing a paramedic from Lawrence in a head-on collision in December will face trial in April. Detectives with Douglas County Sheriff's department are investigating the death of an 85 year-old woman, found in her home by a relative inside her home. Attorney General Phill Kline stands by his request for medical records form abortion clinics, even as a Shawnee County District judge revisits the case. Lawrence city leaders say they know where the city will expand, and it's time to get ahead of the growth. The driver who struck and killed 6 year-old Bryce Olsen as the kindergartener was riding his scooter to school will not face criminal charges. Eudora high school students rally in support of their teachers Thursday evening. Through four halves of play, Nebraska trails Kansas by 63. On January 21, at Allen Fieldhouse KU hammered NU by 42. It's no surprise to any KU fan that Coach Bill Self stresses defense and so far his lessons have not been lost on the young Jayhawks. The 2006 Kansas softball season starts early Friday morning at 10 a.m. in the Wilson/DeMarini Invitational in Houston, Texas. Two years ago Annette McDonald's Free State high school boy's swim team made history.