30 November 2006
In weather: After a wintry mix yesterday, it is all snow today. Snow should pick up in intensity throughout the day possibly adding up to several inches by tonight.
In news: Icy roads lead to fatal wreck; Auction in Ottawa remembers 3-year-old girl; Douglas County resident shares story of restoring plants in New Orleans
29 November 2006
In News: A possible deal emerges between KU Med and the KU Hospital, street workers prepare for possible bad weather, and KU smashes Dartmouth.
28 November 2006
In News: Thieves ruin holiday shopping for one Lawrence woman, a new federal law restricts access to health care for the elderly and disabled, and many hop back aboard the KU b-ball bandwagon.
27 November 2006
Monday brings a chance of thunderstroms and rain. The high will stay around 60 with a low of 55. Thunderstorms are still a possibility. In News: Recruiting efforts heat up at LMH, Lawrence residents launch fair trade website, and Julian Wright contributes more than points to KU win.
24 November 2006
The Morning Rush for November 24
23 November 2006
In News: Corkins steps down as education commissioner, the holiday shoping outlook is hazy, and former KU running back Tony Sands recalls his greatest day 15 years ago.
22 November 2006
Law enforcement "10 codes" fall out of favor, Robberies reported near 19th and Mass., and What to do with Thanksgiving leftovers...
21 November 2006
In News: more facts surface in the fatal Cat Tracker accident, residents demand better sports facilities, the Internet becomes a homework source and KU coach Self still steamed over Oral Roberts loss.
20 November 2006
In News: man still in critical condition after Cat Tracker bus wreck, new hope from KU in fighting cancer, and KU beats Townson in Las Vegas tune-up.
17 November 2006
In the news: Deer vs. Car season hits its peak, Playstation 3 delivers - but not many, James Bond gadgets come to life and KU stings from loss to Oral Robert
16 November 2006
Strong northwest winds make the 30 degree temperatures plummet into the teens to start the morning, but a break in the clouds and weakened winds during the afternoon help the temperature reach a high of 50 degrees. In the news: event urges smokers to quit, Police report suggest meth played role in carjacking, Jayhawks lose to unranked team on home court.
15 November 2006
Temperatures don't do much today as they start in the 40's and only reach a high of 47 with cloudy skies and strong north winds 20-30 mph. In the news: new SLT report open for comment, grocery employees react to car chase, and tips on Thanksgiving dinner.
14 November 2006
Sunshine to begin the day, while high clouds will dominate the noon hour. Temperatures will peak at 59 degrees today with the possibility of thunerstorms overnight. A new consultant's report recommends spending $1 million to improve the city's development process; the Lawrence school district has saved $1.2 million in energy costs since 2003; the school district also works to help students with disabilities; and, the KU-K-State football game means something for the first time in several years.
13 November 2006
Temperatures should be about average today with highs around 56 degrees. Winds will move in later in the afternoon with cool temperatures later tonight.
10 November 2006
Temperatures start in the 50's but fall throughout the day into the 40's with cloudy skies, a chance for rain in the morning and breezy winds out of the north. In the news: Parking tows in front of Panera Bread; a homelessness advocate says homeless shelters should remain downtown; KU students from Kazakhstan are not too thrilled with the new movie "Borat"; and Kansas University could still be shut out of a bowl if it wins six games.
9 November 2006
It's another enjoyable day with the high reaching 76 degrees with plenty of sun before clouds return this evening. In the news: Is Kansas a "purple" state?; Margaret Cho sounds off on sexism; KU lands big recruit while one gets away.
8 November 2006
It's a rather cool start to the day with temperatures in the 40's, but with south winds and plenty of sun the temps will soar to a high of 80 degrees. In the news: Democrats dominate as Boyda, Morrison and Sebelius win their respective Kansas races, Sherron Collins shines in KU's 90-55 win over ESU, C.J. Giles is kicked off the team for good, and it's amazing what words they're including in the dictionary these days.
7 November 2006
In weather: Fog is still hanging around Lawrence, starting the day off cool. In News: Polls open for voting today, clinics ask courts to probe Kline, and KU looks to improve defense in tonight's basketball game against Emporia State.
6 November 2006
This morning temperatures are rather mild in the 50's with cloud cover until the mid-day bringing slight chance for rain before hitting a high of 62 degrees with limited sunshine. In the news: President Bush stumps in Topeka for Jim Ryun while Ryun's opponent Nancy Boyda holds her own rally. The Jayhawks welcome a bye week before their game against Kansas State.
3 November 2006
Temperatures start in the mid 20's but eventually climb to a high of 58 degrees thanks to light south winds and high clouds. In the news: No left turns off of part of Iowa to be discussed; Kansas University faculty talk about how to boost research; Lawrence students act in a play that examines school violence; and, the Jayhawks win their first exhibition game against Washburn.