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Lawrence police catch accused serial rapist
Lawrence police crack a cold case, catching an accused serial rapist in Sacramento, Calif.
Published on June 20, 2007
City looking at plans to improve homeless shelters
Leaders in the Lawrence community lay out plans to improve housing for the local homeless.
Local fire draws crews from area townships
Fire erupts tonight in a home north of Lawrence, setting off thousands of rounds of ammunition.
Coroners begin attempt to identify found body
The Douglas County coroner began the process of attempting to identify a body found Tuesday in a shed behind a home near the KU campus.
Tonganoxie finds solution to bridge dilemma
It's been a weighty issue for the city of Tonganoxie, but leaders say they've found a pleasant solution for the Pleasant Street bridge.
Lawrence schools make top scores
Kansas has a number of school districts that are achieving a high level of efficiency - says a new study by Standard and Poor's that measures student achievement and school spending.
Deadly road finally gets much needed improvements
Safer travel between Lawrence and Ottawa is officially on the way as ground-breaking ceremony today kicked off construction of 18 new miles of road, that will eventually become Highway 59.
LMH CEO Meyer gets $100,000 pay raise
One Lawrence business leader receives a $100,000 pay raise today.
Extra dirt from football additions used elsewhere
Clay that supported KU graduates for centuries is making its way across town for a new task.
Local crop artist's latest work ready for premier
National pollinator week is coming up and world famous crop artist Stan Herd is helping raise awareness with his latest work.
Dole Institute recognizes high school scholars
Paying for college at several schools in Kansas just got a little easier for some soon-to-be freshmen.
Jayhawks land first recruit for class of 2008
Bill Self picked up his first recruit from the class of 2008 after Bishop Miege senior-to-be Travis Releford verbally committed to the Jayhawks Tuesday evening.
Miles trying to play his way back in NBA
Former Jayhawks guard Aaron Miles was a part of the camp pick-up game last week, but thanks to a mini-camp with the Milwaukee Bucks, the Portland, Ore., native missed out on today's contest at the Horjesi Center.
Two more 'Hawks sign with professional teams
A month ago, he was shagging fly balls for the Kansas Jayhawks at Hoglund Ballpark and now he's a part of the Texas Rangers baseball organization.
Videocast for June 20
Coyotes vs. Colts
The Coyotes beat the Colts, 19-7, on Saturday at 4-H Fields.
Thomas Boatright homers against Colts
Thomas Boatright of the DCABA Coyotes talks about his two-run home run against the Colts.
Three questions with ... Jim Hill
Jim Hill answers three questions about his expectations for the upcoming Lawrence Amateur Golf Association City Open.
Panthers vs Storm
The Storm's Montana Locke beats out a throw to first for a hit against the Panthers on Saturday at 4-H Fields.