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Jury finds defendant guilty for Granada shooting
A jury finds a Topeka man guilty in a shooting in downtown Lawrence that claimed one man's life and injured another.
Published on April 20, 2007
Man accused of bomb threats faces formal charges
The man accused of making the threats that sent schools across the county into lock-down yesterday now stands formally charged with the crime.
Things back to normal for locals schools after bomb scare
After a tense day yesterday, things were back to normal in classrooms across Lawrence today.
Lawrence schools to receive new leadership
Officials announce today that Lawrence will receive two new elementary school principals for the next school year.
Suspended teacher waives rest of pay
A Lawrence teacher suspended after being arrested for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old students waives the remainder of her pay for the year.
Lawrence man responsible for car chase gets probation
A Lawrence man who led police on a 200 mile car chase that started in Lawrence and ended in west central Missouri gets probation today in Douglas County Court.
Extra precautions taken following PLHS threat
Metal detectors, bomb-sniffing dogs, and placing belongings in plastic bags may sound like the hassles of air travel but for students at one local school it was a part of getting to class.
KU's class of '57 celebrates 50 years
50 years after they left KU, members of the class of 1957 return to their alma mater this weekend.
Local youngests participate in own form of relays
The Kansas Relays have excited fans since Wednesday but what group of different athletes try to do the same.
Free State falls to 4A power Bishop Ward
Two titans of the diamond battle on day two of the River City baseball festival.
Jayhawks drop close 1-0 contest to Red Raiders
Down south, as in Lubbock, Texas, tonight, the Kansas baseball took on the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
LHS senior signs on for college, professional athletics
Lawrence High senior Abby Vestal signed not once, but twice today.
High school prepsters shine on day three of Relays
Traditionally speaking, day three of the Kansas Relays belongs to the high schoolers and today for the first time this week the preps strutted their stuff at Memorial Stadium.
Former 'Hawk improves on own meet record
Day three of the Kansas Relays saw former Jayhawk Scott Russell return to Lawrence to defend his 2006 javelin title.
Videocast for April 20