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Animal health campaign targets pudgy pooches, tubby tabbies

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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Dense fog will burn off as we head into mid-morning leaving us with a mostly sunny sky for the afternoon. Look for a daytime high of 89 degrees with the wind picking up out of the south between 5-10 mph by the afternoon.

Smith trial: Two cousins were on trial Wednesday in connection with the death of David Boose, a retired jeweler. One of the cousins, Leonard Price, described how Boose died during testimony in Douglas County District Court.

Pets need a diet too: The American Veterinary Medical Association and Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc. have teamed up for the PetFit tour, which began in January and ends in September in Washington, D.C.

Architecture firm pays fine, in clear: Rockhill & Associates, a firm owned by KU architecture professor Dan Rockhill, failed to secure a state certificate required for performing architecture services in Kansas during 2007 and 2008, according to a settlement with the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions.

KU football's new home opened up to public for sneak peak: Kansas University's new Anderson Family Football Complex was opened up to hundreds of people Wednesday for a sneak peak of the $31 million facility.

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