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Police seize another loaded weapon outside a downtown bar
With yet another loaded weapon found near a downtown bar, the city appears poised to take action. City officials are looking to seek help from the state to battle these gun issues.
Published on January 29, 2007
L.A.N. celebrates 20th Anniversary
The Lawrence Associated of Neighborhoods celebrates it's 20th Anniversary tonight and welcomes 3 new members to the group.
Local residents called upon to help design future neighborhoods
Lawrence residents, prepare to plan! A team of 16 consultants will converge in Lawrence Wednesday, for a week-long meeting to design what the city's neighborhoods could potentially look like in the future.
Haskell University closer to naming new president
Officials at Haskell Indian Nations University are coming closer to finding a new president. It is down to 2 potential candidates.
Former city manager is keeping busy in real estate
Mike Wildgen, former Lawrence City Manager, now has his hands in the commercial real estate market.
Funding approved for highway interchange near Tonganoxie
A highway interchange near Tonganoxie will become reality as Kansas Turnpike officials give funding approval late last week.
'Kansas Reads' program kicked off today
The program encourages Kansas adults to experience reading together. The program kicked off featuring a book by Kansas native Gordon Parks.
Kidcast for January 29th, 2007
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America's dependence on foreign oil is changing the way we look at agriculture
While food may be fueling our economy, it is leaving some to wonder if it's the best option for dealing with future energy needs.
Local children celebrate Kansas' birthday
Here in Lawrence, first graders at Sunflower Elementary joined in on the celebration of Kansas' 146th year of being a state.
Local sports agency looking to take basketball to the next level
'Dynasty Sports Management' has formed an exploratory committee to research bringing a professional USBL basketball team to Lawrence.
KU shines on defense in rout over Nebraska
In a game that saw the Nebraska Cornhuskers go without a single point for over 13 minutes of game-play, KU earned another victory in the Big 12.
The Basehor-Linwood boys basketball team is the surprise of Kaw Valley
After suffering through a 4-win season last year, the Bobcats enter February atop the Kaw Valley Conference standings.
One member of the 2006 LHS football to turn pro?
Senior place kicker Abby Vestal tried out for the Kansas Koyotes, an indoor football team part of the American Professional Football League.
The battle to fight a recent increase of metal thefts in Kansas has moved to the Statehouse.
Videocast for January 29
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