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City Commissioners hesitant to spend more for pesticide-free park program
Commissioners heard from several neighborhood representatives who said the inspection program would help ensure that safe living conditions were available in all parts of the city.
Published on June 19, 2007
Lawrence police discover dead body in shed
After a complaint of a foul smell, police found a body inside a shed on a rental property on the 1200 block of Louisiana Street.
Trial underway for injured former city worker
Trial is underway in Douglas County District Court for a former Lawrence city employee injured in a March, 2001 accident.
Douglas County Corrections could face budget deficit
In a worse-case scenario, Douglas County Corrections would face a budget deficit of $130,000 just a year from now if the department doesn't receive more funding from the state.
Juneteenth Celebration a bit hit in South Park
More than 600 children picked up educational and entertaining lessons this morning during the annual Juneteenth Celebration in South Park.
Local documentary could inspire changes to military recruiting laws
A documentary by two Lawrence High filmmakers just might inspire a change in national military recruiting laws.
Lawrence School District looking to get rid of trans-fats
You can buy cookies, crackers, and chips - all made without artery-clogging trans-fats and now, the Lawrence School District is getting in on the game.
These area kids aren't letting their disabilities stop them from traveling the country
Children with speech, hearing, and language disabilities are participating in a Road Trip USA-themed day camp here in Lawrence.
Members of Kansas National Guard wrap up annual training
If you've noticed increased activity overhead in our area, it's members of the Kansas National Guard wrapping up their two weeks of annual training.
T-Bones beaten by Calgary Vipers
The Kansas City T-Bones were defeated by the Calgary Vipers Tuesday evening.
KU's Arthur looking to step up for his sophomore season
With Julian Wright headed to the NBA, it's time for sophomore Darrell Arthur to contend for a starting spot in Bill Self's lineup.
Three questions with ... Charles Everett Pace, who will portray Langston Hughes this week at the Baldwin Chautauqua
Charles Everett Pace talks about his role and Hughes and the importance of having a Chautauqua in northeastern Kansas.
Videocast for June 19
Three questions with ... William Burlbow, a Lawrence painter.
Burlbow talks about why he painted the message "Ron Paul for President" on the roof of his friend's house. He had permission, but now the shingles are scheduled to be replaced on Wednesday.
Three Questions with ... Danny Kaiser, assistant director of KU Parking and Transit
Danny Kaiser, assistant director of KU Parking and Transit, discusses the KU Bus contract with MV Transportation.
Conor Hiatt talks about 'The Heifer Project'
Conor Hiatt, 9, explains what exactly 'The Heifer Project' is and why he decided to help with their cause.