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Students at KU are on high alert after today's mass shooting
After learning of the tragedy unfolding on a similar college campus, KU students reflected on what it meant for them as college students.
Published on April 16, 2007
Many Lawrence residents think community needs to improve recreational facilities
Count KU men's coach Bill Self among the Lawrence residents who think the community needs to improve its recreational facilities.
Jury is selected for Granada shooting case
A jury is selected to hear the case of a Topeka man charged with killing one man and injuring another outside a downtown Lawrence nightclub early last year.
Douglas County Sheriff's Department loses valuable member of its team
After four years of service, the department's dog, Gero, officially retired. The seven-year-old German Shepherd was involved in hundreds of cases, involving drug and narcotic searches and tracking.
Future of Lawrence's only open shelter goes before City Commissioners
The Lawrence Community Shelter hosted more than 15,000 guests in 2006 - and made several policy changes.
Ford CEO back in Lawrence today spreading word about his turnaround plan
Alan Mulally says the company is working on a fresh product lineup - from introducing a car smaller than the Focus to a new 'Flex minivan' and up through SUV's and trucks.
Fifth graders battle to build the sturdiest popsicle stick bridge
Fifth graders at Quail Run Elementary showed off their engineering and design skills today - competing to build the bridge that would be the last standing.
Kidcast for April 16, 2007
A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.
Spring Game is blowout for blue squad
Those expecting a competitive Spring Game at Memorial Stadium on Sunday were instead treated to a smashing by the blue squad over the white, 48-0.
Organizers of the Kansas relays hope the cold weather is over
In less than 48 hours, the first starting guns will be fired off at Memorial Stadium and the many participants hope the nice weather will hold up.
KU baseball off to 0-5 start in Big 12 play
The Jayhawk baseball team will need to shake off its rocky Big 12 start to have any hopes of avoiding a long stay in the conference cellar.
KU women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson
KU women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson discusses her ties and reactions to the campus shooting at Virginia Tech that claimed the lives of 33 people.
Gunman goes on rampage at Virginia Tech campus killing himself and 32 others
A gunman goes on a rampage on the Virgina Tech campus - killing 32 people before taking his own life. Police have identified the shooter, but aren't yet releasing that information, nor a possible motive for the massacre.
"No Child Left Unrecruited" (trailer), by Lexi Welch and Sarah Ybarra
Videocast for April 16
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