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Free State celebrates 10 years
Free State High opened 10 years ago becoming Lawrence's second high school and fueling an intense rivalry in the process.
Published on August 12, 2007
City commission to consider bar licenses
Lawrence clubs and bars may soon need a new license or permit to stay open. Lawrence city commissioners will consider whether to add this requirement to venues that host live DJs music and dancing.
Apartment complexs headed to south Iowa
There could soon be two major apartment complexes in close proximity to the south Iowa Street shopping district.
New students move into KU dorms
Triple-digit-heat is exactly what the KU Department of Housing was trying to avoid by allowing all incoming students to move into the dorms an hour and a half earlier this morning.
Tonganoxie pool closes
A cool oasis in Tonganoxie dried up during the hottest week of the year.
"Little Women" comes to life
The pages of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" came to life this weekend at the Watkins Community Museum.
Red Dog Run draws 400
More than 400 participants turned out for the third annual Red Dog Run, the largest fundraiser of the year for the Boys and girls Club of Lawrence.
Raiders conclude fine season
For the first time in nearly half a decade, the Lawrence Raiders did not bring home an American Legion State title.
KU hopes for different results this year
Last season, the Kansas Football team's record could have been 10-2. That is if the Jayhawks cold have held on to a 4th quarter lead. Four times in 2006, KU was on top heading into the final frame before blowing it.
Haskell football checks in
At Haskell Indian Nations University, fall camp is just beginning.
Parts of Lawrence lose power
As the sun was on its way up this morning, it was lights out for several thousand Lawrence residents. Parts of Lawrence were left in the dark after power outages hit two separate areas.
New to KU: Eric Ashton, Wichita
Eric Ashton, Wichita, answers the question: What are you looking forward to most about being a college student?
New to KU: Mike Fonkert, Tonganoxie
Mike Fonkert, Tonganoxie, answers the question: What are you looking forward to most about being a college
New to KU: Josh Hernandez, Dallas
Josh Hernandez, Dallas, answers the question: What are you looking forward to most about being a college
New to KU: Laura Licata, Overland Park
New to KU: Laura Licata, Overland Park, answers the question: What are you looking forward to most about being a college student?
Aaron Henrichs talks about how to be safe at the lake.
Three Questions with ... Randy Weseman
Superintendent Randy Weseman talks about the transition from one to two high schools.
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