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Parents of missing woman keep hope alive
The leads have run dry, but parents of a missing Lawrence woman are still pleading for her return.
Published on January 17, 2007
Temps keeping ice around, making clean up difficult
Icy temperatures and uncleared sidewalks continue to force residents to navigate slick paths, and while the lingering gold makes things difficult, there is still a method to melting.
Complaints force end to homeless campsite
Complaints from neighbors and people who use the Riverfront Park Levee prompt the city to break up a homeless campsite in the area.
Commissioners preparing to re-examine library plans
Lawrence city commissioners will pull plans for a new library off the shelf next month.
State bill to ban smoking meets opposition
State lawmakers considering a bill that would ban smoking in most public places got an earful today from Lawrence bar owners who oppose the idea.
Loveland says dedication to school board evident
The list of candidates for the Lawrence school board increased to seven yesterday when former school board member Mary Loveland threw her hat in the ring.
Downtown restaurant getting national attention
A downtown restaurant is getting enough attention to make their competitors green with envy.
United Way surpasses fundraising goal
They work all year to raise money for local charities and tonight they celebrate their hard work.
New transit service links Lawrence with KC campuses
A new transit service that links KU's Lawrence campus with colleges in Kansas City is now up and running.
The T rider-ship shows significant increases
The T is on a roll. Data from 2006 released today shows another year of significant rider-ship increases for the Lawrence public transit system.
Jayhawks end losing streak in last non-conference game
Two struggling universities meet in the Phog this evening. Bonnie Henrickson's Kansas Jayhawks enter their final non-conference contest on a seven game losing streak.
Win margins closer for KU men in Big 12 play
Eighteen games in and it's been a season of no doubters for the Kansas men. In fact, 13 of the Jayhawks 16 victories have come by 10 points or more and by an average of 25 points a game.
Piper boys improve to 10-0; ready for Hogan Prep
The Piper Pirate boys improved to 10-0 on the season with a 1st round win at the Spring Hill Invitational yesterday.
Interview with Marilyn Anderson, mother of Lesley Smith, who disappeared nearly three years ago.
Videocast for January 17
Pastor Rene Brown, of the 9th Street Baptist Church
Pastor Rene Brown, of the 9th Street Baptist Church, remembers Alice Frye.
Jane Barnes, Alice Frye's daughter
Jane Barnes, Alice Frye's daughter, talks about her mother following her death Monday evening.
The Central and Southwest eighth-grade basketball teams hit the court Jan. 8 at Southwest Junior High.
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