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Kane accused of having contact with student
24-year-old Meredith Kane is behind bars tonight and she'll remain there until her sentencing in late October.
Published on August 28, 2007
City commission discusses Bauer Farm, post office move
Stores in a coming development near Free State High School can now sell alcoholic beverages.
Eudora soccer player taken to hospital
A player at a soccer game in Eudora is taken by helicopter to Kansas University Hospital after suffering a head head injury.
Haskell starts healthy initiative
Haskell Indian Nations University is striving to become the healthiest tribal college in the nation.
Haskell holds convocation
More than 400 students and faculty gathered this afternoon to usher in a new school year.
Local director tells Haskell's story
It's a sacred piece of Lawrence history and it's coming to a theater near you.
Tonganixe looking at Sunday liquor sales
A Sunday liquor sales ordinance in Tonganoxie may be on its way to a city-wide vote.
Reesing has had memorable moments
In his college football career, Todd Reesing has led the Kansas football team to a come from behind victory.
Free State volleyball preparing for seaosn opener
The Free State Firebirds volleyball team still has nine days to prepare for its first action of the season.
Free State soccer dominated Spring Hill
The Free State soccer team opened its season against Spring Hill this afternoon.
LHS soccer routs Junction City
The Lawrence High soccer team opened its season tonight with Junction City.
Videocast for August 28
Three questions with ... Free State High School art teacher Carolyn Berry
For Free State High School art teacher Carolyn Berry answers questions about receiving the Outstanding High School Art Educator for this school year, named by the Kansas Art Education Association.
Officials talk about increasing the city's sales tax
Lawrence Mayor Sue Hack and City Commissioners Rob Chestnut and Boog Highberger answer the question, "Under what circumstances, if any, would you agree to asking voters to increase the city's sales tax?."