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Student's death raises questions over road's condition
A KU student is dead following an early morning accident southeast of Lawrence. It's an accident that stunned the university community and left those living near the site of the crash upset about road conditions.
Published on January 30, 2007
Man pleads guilty for drug trafficking role
A Lawrence man pleads guilty in federal court to his role in operating a drug trafficking ring near a local elementary school.
Donations help keep needy warm during winter cold
People with "Warm Hearts" help those in need to keep the heat on this winter.
Residents asked to share opinions of sports complex
Lawrence area residents will soon have a chance to share their opinions on a proposed major recreation complex.
City prepares for retirement of long-time director Rehelio
This week, the city of Lawrence celebrates the retirement of its longest-serving department director.
Lawrence company ups business, adds jobs
A Lawrence manufacturing plant that makes cargo nets is busy adding jobs as it sews up more work for the US military.
Local utilities department recognized for practices
Lawrence utilities department receives a rare certification for its efficiency and environmental practices.
State smoking ban gets put on hold
A proposed statewide ban on smoking at most indoor workplaces is smoldering in a senate committee.
Area children sending valentine wishes to troops
Love is in the air for some members of the Lawrence Boys and Girls Club.
Free State boys fall 51-53 to Olathe South
A week plus of down time comes to an end tonight for the Free State boys basketball team as the Firebirds return to Sunflower League play with a contest against Olathe South.
KU men start strong, put away 'Huskers
Well ESPN calls it "Big Monday" and for Kansas it certainly was because it's not often you look at the scoreboard and see 43-8.
Jayhawks must replace pitching staff loses
Two days and counting until the Kansas baseball teams says aloha to white sand, crystal blue water, diamond head and the Hawaii Hilo Vulcans.
Tongie girls up unblemished mark to 14-0
At the 4A level the Tonganoxie girls try to improve to 14-0 against Immaculata.
Chieftain boys beat Immaculata 67-59
The Chieftain boys also hosted Immaculata at home Tuesday night.
6News meteorologist Jennifer Schack
6News meteorologist Jennifer Schack gives the local forecast.
Videocast for January 30
After 34 years as the city's human relations director, Rehelio Samuel is retiring this week.
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