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Boardwalk Fire Trial: Day 2
One after another, victims of the Boardwalk Apartment Fire describe their harrowing escape from the burning building, as testimony resumes today in Douglas County District Court.
Published on February 8, 2007
Eudora E.M.S. volunteers worried about possible merger
The Eudora E.M.S. say the city is hiding something from them. They've found out about a proposal to merge their service with the fire department and they say they're about to lose their jobs.
Lawrence in the running for a major company expansion
API Foils Inc. is looking to spend 17 million dollars on expansions to its plant at the East Hills Business Park.
Why do we commute?
It's widely accepted that Lawrence is a bedroom community. And a new survey looks at what exactly drives people out of town.
Watkins Museum in need of restoration
It's been a standout in downtown Lawrence for more than 100 years, but part of the Watkins Museum needs to be replaced - and it's going to cost a pretty penny.
Rich Clarkson to be recognized
A noted photojournalist, KU Alumnus, and former photographer at the Lawrence Journal-World, Rich Clarkson is to be recognized for his career.
Richard Norton Smith returns to Dole Institute for special tribute
One-time director of KU's Dole Institute of Politics returned tonight to kick off the Annual Presidential Series which also features a special tribute to Gerald Ford.
Henrickson, Piper to help in the fight against arthritis
Two well known people associated with KU basketball lend their names to raise awareness against the number 1 disabling disease in the country: arthritis.
Sunflower showdown: new KSU coach, same results
Even with all the hype surrounding the rivalry match-up between the Jayhawks and the Kansas State Wildcats, Bob Huggins Fieldhouse debut was a familiar scene.
KU women: back to work after first Big 12 win
Though it may be a bit of a cliche, it has to feel good for the KU women's basketball team to 'get that monkey off their backs' and earn a conference win.
KU softball start off season with a victory
In San Diego, California, the Kansas Jayhawk Softball Team won their first game of the year, 3-2, over UC Santa Barbara.
KU football's biggest recruiting prize is local Free State standout
Free State High's Ryan Murphy is the only 4-star recruit for the Jayhawks this season. Expect to see Murphy shift from QB to WR when he joins the 'Hawks.
Some of the big ticket items of the proposed 2007 farm bill is $7.8 billion to protect natural resources and increase some direct payments to farmers by $5.5 billion.
Communtity survey results
Lawrence Public Transit Administrator Cliff Galante discusses the results of a recent community survey.
Videocast for February 8
Aquila's Curt Floerchinger discusses the company's system in Kansas, and for a presentation detailing the finances of Aquila's sales to Black Hills Corp. and Great Plains Energy Inc.
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