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The 'T' survives a round of cuts at City Hall
Commissioners came to the city bus system's rescue tonight, saving it from a cutback in service hours. In 2008, the 'T' will continue to run until eight at night, instead of shutting down at six.
Published on August 7, 2007
Authorities still investigating body found on the Turnpike
Investigators are trying to figure out what killed a Minnesota man whose body was found on the Kansas Turnpike.
Victim of Sunday's drowning identified
The Douglas County Sheriff's office identifies the victim of Sunday's drowning at Clinton Lake.
Rescue workers pull a second body from the Kansas River
Two men went missing Sunday when their canoes flipped. The body was found shortly before 7:30 this morning.
Stolen vehicle found in the Kansas River
The Douglas County Sheriff's office recovers a stolen mini-van from the Kansas River today.
South Junior High still under construction
Classrooms without walls, unfinished floors, and no where to park. A new South Junior High School is a work in progress - and students move in next week!
Martin Logan looking to broaden its base under new leadership
A Lawrence-based maker of high-performance audio equipment is tuning in a new boss. Martin Logan sells its speakers to movie stars and admitted audiophiles.
Abercrombie & Fitch scheduled to close after August 18th
Just as school is about to begin, a retailer that caters to students is making plans for closing its Lawrence store.
Jayhawk football squad kicks off 2007 Media Day
The college football season officially began today for the Channel 6 Sports crew at the 2007 Kansas Jayhawk Media Day.
Raiders fall short of 5th straight state title
The Lawrence Raiders' title hopes were crushed as they were defeated by the Salina Falcons by a final score of 8-2.
Videocast for August 7
Three questions with ... Trish Bransky, principal of Southwest Junior High
Trish Bransky, principal of Southwest Junior High talks about the new solar modules installed on the roof of the school.