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Police looking for man who robbed dollar store at gunpoint
Sunday night, at the Lawrence Dollar General on 6th Street, police say a man went into the store, fired one shot into the ceiling, then demanded money.
Published on April 1, 2007
KU-MU football game move may hurt several local businesses
The Kansas Athletics Department looks to make at least a million dollars this fall by moving the Missouri vs. KU football game to Kansas City. However, the move is expected to hurt many local businesses.
Annual race helps to raise money for people with Cystic Fibrosis
While you probably have heard of Cystic Fibrosis, do you know who it affects or even what it is? An annual race, Brew 2 Brew, raises money for the illness.
Area residents gather at Blanton's Crossing for celebration
Several area residents gathered at Blanton's Crossing for a celebration of the anniversary of Humbolt officially becoming a town.
Hot topic in City Hall - Lawrence as a bedroom community?
U.S. census data shows 25-30% of the people who live in Douglas County work elsewhere.
Annual 'Soul Food Dinner' featured a new element this year
The annual 'Soul Food Dinner' featured artwork for local artists in the Douglas County area with proceeds going to a scholarship fund.
Another manufacturer warns of possible pet food contamination
Del Monte foods has announced that they received wheat gluten from China that contained a chemical not approved for food.
KU baseball team falls up short against MU
One day after KU rallied to beat Missouri, they found themselves trying to rally again, only this time coming up short, losing 10-9.
KU softball team looks to rebound from first conference loss
On Saturday, the KU softball team tasted conference defeat for the first time this season, but hopes to bounce back against the Bears.
Jayhawk football team looking for tough defense this year
After a solid performance last year, James McClinton has been named one of the team captains and hopes to help guide the KU defense this season.
U.S. Regional Diving Championship were held at Robinson Natatorium in Lawrence
Regional divers from ages 9-18 came to lawrence for a day of diving competition.
Northeast Kansas commuting
Mary Beth Hill talks about her daily commute to work in Topeka.
Judy Billings, executive vice president for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce
Judy Billings, executive vice president for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, discusses how the
game's relocation is affecting "town-gown" relations.
Cinda Garrison, owner of Prairie Patches in downtown Lawrence
Cinda Garrison, owner of Prairie Patches in downtown Lawrence, discusses how she expects KU to react to business concerns about the game being moved.
Jim Marchiony, an associate athletics director at Kansas University
Jim Marchiony, an associate athletics director at Kansas University, discusses how he expectes
Lawrence businesses to react to KU's decision to move the game to