Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006
KU men's basketball head to Iowa State Saturday. Against the Cyclones Jayhawks lead the all time series by 100 games, but recently this has been a very good match-up. Lawrence lady Lions lose the battle against the Topeka Seamen Vikings, 46-51. The Lions play Saturday at 11 a.m. for 7th place in the Firebird Winter Classic. KU baseball's talent on the mound is predicted to be effective. The strength of the baseball team has been hitting, but the action on the mound this season could be just as good. The pitching staff could do some major damage heading into the Big 12. Four people attack a homeless woman as she is sitting on the banks of the Kansas river. Lawrence police were dispatched to the Heartland clinic where the victim was seeking treatment for her injuries. A court upholds the conviction of a man that was considered as the 'ring leader' in the beating and stabbing of a man three years ago at the Jayhawk motel. After the victim checked into the motel room he was attacked and left for dead in River Front Park. Police arrest a man after a fight early this morning at the Boardwalk apartments. The 30 year-old man arrested in the fight was stabbed during the incident. The man was treated and release from the Lawrence Memorial Hospital and then booked into Douglas County Jail. East Hills Business Park is being noticed by the Kansas Transportation Department. Soon the cars traveling 65mph toward the East Hills entrance, will have signs and video survellance warning drivers to slow down. A KU graduate student finds what appears to be a peep hole in her bathroom at The Oaks apartment complex. Heather Yates moved into this apartment only three weeks ago and found the hole when Yates and her father removed the mirror after noticing strange scratch marks on the glass. Free State High girls sneak past K.C. Sumner in the Firebird Winter Classic in a last minute shot at the buzzer ending the game, 45-44. Free Sate plays in the title game Saturday at 2 p.m. against Junction City. Eudora Cardinals takes on the Louisburg Wildcats at home. Cardinals opening the game with a 14-0 run, finishes the game on top with a score of 56-51. Over 100 people stand up for Sharon White, Prairie Park Elementary crossing guard, due to complaints to school officials for her "excessive and agressive" hand waving. Because of complaints she has been asked to stop her signature move.