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Commissioners tackle downtown violence
City Commissioners tackle the issue of increased violence in downtown Lawrence.
Published on January 2, 2007
Bio-science initiative gets commission's support
In other news from city hall, a new major bio-science initiative now official has the support of the Lawrence city commission.
Schauner to seek a third term
Lawrence city commissioner David Schauner is officially seeking a third term in office.
Merrill first official candidate for school board
The first official candidate in the race for the Lawrence school board also throws her hat into the ring today.
Police search for fourth person in connection with shooting
Ottawa police are trying to track down a fourth person wanted in connection with a conspiracy to shoot a man who was about to testify in a Lawrence aggravated battery case, and they need your help.
New Year's Eve celebrations bring arrests
Not everyone had a happy New Year's celebration. For local police, New Year's Eve brought lots of drunk-driving arrests, a few bar-room fights and some smashed mailboxes.
Gifts rolling in for Lawrence's first baby of 2007
Mother and child are still not united, but the gifts are still rolling in for Lawrence's first baby of 2007.
Dedication to fitness resolutions questioned
Now that the New Year is in full swing, resolutions are being put to the test and one of the biggest is getting fit, but how long does a dedication to fitness last?
New web site focuses on baby boomer women
They've been moms, changed the make-up of today's work force and defined the women's movement but now baby boomer women dominate the web.
Local business changes ownership
The place that has offered "Fine floors and more" since 1962 is operating this week under new ownership.
KU women to start tough Big 12 schedule
Last season, the KU women's basketball team rolled through the non-conference portion of its schedule en route to a school-record 12-0 start. This season, quite a different story.
Jayhawks rolling thanks to sophomores stepping up
It's six straight wins and counting for the Kansas men's basketball team. But why the surge?
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