Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006
Tonganoxie Police are on the lookout for a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a fast food restaraunt. City Commissioners plan for the future and they're settin their sights west. Tuesday night's city commission meeting will afford commissioners another opportunity to get ahead of growth.
Lawrence elementary school teachers say they need more time to get to know their students and that switching to "trimesters" will help them do just that. A 19-year-old KU student dies after collapsing in the hallway of his dorm Sunday night. Andrew Rotman, a Cawker City resident, apparently suffered a seizure at Templin Hall around 8:30 Sunday night. Modern medicine is prolonging the average life span, which raises the question, who will be there to take care of our aging parents? More and more people are taking on the responsibility themselves. In some Kansas towns sports are the lifeblood of the community. The Eudora School Board want to give their community the best facility possible, but some residents are unsure of the costs. The Kansas House approved a bill today that would punish parents who don't put their young children in booster seats. If you like story lines, you had to love tonight's Kansas-Oklahoma game. On the KU side, the Jayhawks were playing their first contest of the season as a ranked team, after showing up at number 22 in both polls Monday. It's a bad time in general to be a men's basketball head coach in the Big 12. In the last week, three conference coaches have left their teams for various reasons.
Drama on the ladies hardwood. Kansas women's basketball head coach Connie Henrickson suspended junior guard Shaquina Mosley indefinitely for undisclosed reasons. The Kansas baseball team is flying high after taking two of three from 8th ranked Stanford over the weekend.