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Friday, Congresswoman Nancy Boyda announced the passage of the Methamphetamine Remediation Research Act.
Published on February 9, 2007
Rose takes the stand in Boardwalk Fire Trial Day 3
Jurors got their first chance to hear from the man accused of starting the Boardwalk Apartment Fire, as trial continued today in Douglas County District Court.
As city leaders move forward with plans for a new library, so does the post office
Under a current recommendation, a new library would go up on the northwest corner of 7th and Vermont Streets, which would displace the post office's retail and distribution centers.
Clarkson announced as winner of KU's 2007 'William Allen White National Citation'
The Lawrence Journal-World's first staff photographer returned to Lawrence this week, but not to take photographs.
Chamber of Commerce upset about plans to move 'Border War'
The Lawrence Chamber of Commerce delivers a clear message to KU: the city's business community is upset about plans to change the location of the KU vs Missouri football games to Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
450 to 550 Topeka distribution workers are set to lose their jobs
'Payless Shoe Source' announced today that it will close its Topeka distribution center and relocate it East of the Mississippi River by next summer.
India's Ambassador to the United States visits KU's campus today
Ronen Sen met today with faculty, administrators, students and the public - including giving a speech at the Kansas Union.
Solving a murder is all in a day's work for local students
Students in Central Junior High's Advanced Biology class spent the past two days simulating a crime scene investigation and solving the crimes.
Ginny Turvey announced as Sunflower Bank's Teacher of the Month
Broken Arrow 4th grade Math and Science teacher Ginny Turvey was honored in a surprise ceremony today as 'Teacher of the Month.'
KU's 'Scrabble Team' hoping to one day make it to nationals
Did you now there are about 90 two-letter words that are permissible in a game of scrabble? Neither did we until speaking with KU's 'Scrabble Team!'
Art a la carte
You can catch a fresh glimpse of four Lawrence neighborhoods tonight as Signs of Life Gallery opens its next exhibit...
Rocky marriage getting worse for University of Kansas Hospital and Med Center
The University of Kansas Hospital is worried for their future now that the medical school is looking to strike a deal with another hospital across the state line.
Free State boys fall short against Leavenworth
In a very tight battle, the Free State High Firebirds boys basketball team was unable to top the Leavenworth Pioneers, 61-59.
Free State girls team able to hold off Pioneers
Before the boys team ever hit the court, the Lady Firebirds fended off the Leavenworth Pioneers, 47-39.
LHS boys nab win number 10 with victory over SM West
Lawrence High boys basketball improved to 10-5 after a win over Shawnee Mission West, 61-53.
LHS girls team unable to find a groove against the Vikings
The Lawrence High Lady Lions were outplayed by the Shawnee Mission West Vikings, losing 55-32.
Tonganoxie boys team loses heartbreaker to Lansing
In a game decided by only a single point, the Tonganoxie Chieftains were unable to get the win against the Lansing Lions, losing 42-41.
Tonganoxie girls team remains perfect
The Lady Chieftains improved to 16-0 after an ugly win over the Lansing Lions, 66-33.
After beating rival K-State, KU must prepare for yet another familiar foe
The Jayhawks were able to hold off Kansas State at Allen Fieldhouse earlier this week, but another rivalry game is ahead tomorrow as KU faces off against Missouri.
Piper boys roll over Perry
The Piper boys got off to a quick start against the Perry Kaws on their way to a 55-46 victory. The Piper girls basketball squad also managed a victory over the Perry girl's team.
Videocast for February 9
Police interview of Jason Rose
Video shown to jurors of the interrogation of Jason Allen Rose after the Boardwalk Fire in 2005.