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Deciphera legal battle continues
The ongoing legal battle continued today over a closed-door deal designed to provide incentives to keep a start-up company in Lawrence.
Published on December 18, 2007
Maley pleads guilty
A rural Douglas County man pled guilty to a charge that he set fire to a home following a standoff last month with authorities.
Larryville holiday legend lives on
You might call them "Santa's little helpers." Two Lawrence men have volunteered to deliver presents to those in need this holiday season.
Man sentenced for threatening schools
A Lawrence man convicted of making threats to blow up a school will serve more than seven years in federal prison.
Attorney requests withdrawal from case
An attorney representing a woman charged with fleeing police following a fatal hit-and-run filed a motion to withdraw from the case on Tuesday.
Post office sees holiday rush
This time of year can always be described as hustling and bustling, but one place in downtown Lawrence really embodies that spirit.
LHS, Free State prepare for battle
There are less than 48 hours to go before Lawrence High and Free State take the basketball court against each other.
City expands boundaries
The city of Lawrence is about to make a years worth of expansion official.
KU defeats Georgia Tech in second road win
Just over two weeks ago KU remained perfect after their first road trip to sunny southern California. Tonight, the Jayhawks looked for a repeat performance against Georgia Tech.
Lady Chieftains take on Desoto
The Tonganoxie girls' basketball team took on the Desoto Wildcats Tuesday night.
Commissioners commit to repairing intersection
Lawrence city commissioners indicated a commitment to repairing a North Lawrence intersection next year.
Tonganoxie tackles Wildcats
The Chieftains hit the hardwood against Desoto on Tuesday night.
Light Up Lawrence
We continue our annual Light Up Lawrence competition tonight with a look at the home of Richard and Amy Wendt at 221 Fall Creek Rd.
Videocast for December 18
Deerfield Elementary School students examine the results of their hand-washing under a light that reveals which spots they've missed.