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It was one of the worst fires in the city's history and today the man accused of setting it, goes on trial.
Published on February 7, 2007
Local director pressured to resign
The local director of emergency management leaves the department after being pressured to resign by county staff.
Primary election initiates campaign blitz
With the primary election for Lawrence city commission less than three weeks away, campaign season gets into full swing.
Advanced voting for primary starts today
If you've already made your decision or just want to get voting out of the way early, you can cast your vote for the Feb. 27 primary as soon as today.
Funding changes force closure of local home
Changes in the state's medicaid funding plan lead a well known boys home in Lawrence to suspend operations.
City's natural gas service sold
The utility that provides natural gas service in Lawrence is being sold to a South Dakota-based company.
Junior high says 'goodbye' to out-dated gym
Saying goodbye isn't always hard to do as South Junior High staff and students close the door on their old gym today and look forward to opening a new one.
Jayhawks win first battle of sunflower showdown
Three days after falling into second place, the Kansas Jayhawks try to stay there by beating Sunflower rival Kansas Sate.
First conference win long-in-coming for KU women
In the division I level, there are 12 women's basketball teams that have not won a conference game this season, that number was at 13 until last night.
Mangino announces signing of high school recruits
To the gridrion now where it was a successful day for the Kansas football team. This afternoon head coach Mark Mangino announced eighteen high school seniors have inked national letters of intent to play at KU.
Area high school football player sign letters
Two of KU's recruits are Free State Firebirds. Early this morning in west Lawrence, twin brothers Ryan and Brian Murphy signed letters of intent to play for the Jayhawks next year.
KU baseball off to 5-0 start; home opener postponed
What a start for the Kansas baseball team. The Jayhawks are a perfect 5-0 on the year after sweeping Hawaii-Hilo last weekend.
A Life in Pictures
Rich Clarkson talks about his career as a photojournalist.
Videocast for February 7
Defense: opening remarks
Defense attorney Ron Evans makes his opening remarks.
Prosecution: opening remarks
Assistant District Attorney David Melton gives his opening statement.
The Parks and Rec Strikers took on the Unknown Strikers in indoor soccer Feb. 3 at Holcom Park Center.
View slideshow presentation
Watch the PowerPoint presentation that was shown to city leaders.
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