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New technology helps police in rape cases
Lawrence police say new technology in testing DNA is what led them to catch a suspect wanted in connection with the rapes of three Lawrence women in the mid-90's.
Published on June 21, 2007
One man sent to hospital after one vehicle accident
A one vehicle accident tonight in western Douglas County sends one man to a Kansas City area hospital.
Construction project on Kasold Dr. hits a bump in the road
If you've noticed construction work in the northbound lanes, that's because the contractor recently noticed several unexpected cracks in the new pavement.
Lawrence residents enjoy free ride on the 'T'
The Lawrence transit system provided free rides on the 'T' to everyone today, as part of the second annual National Dump the Pump Day.
Group gathers to observe national day of prayer
About 20 people gathered this morning at the Haskell-Baker Wetlands for a ceremony to observe the 2007 National day of Prayer to protect Native American sacred places.
Lack of evidence leaves cause of fire undetermined
Investigators say they won't be able to find the cause of a fire at a home North of Lawrence that started around 6:30 last night.
Woman robbed in downtown Lawrence
A Lawrence woman fell victim to an armed robbery this morning in the 800 block of Massachusetts St. in downtown Lawrence.
Jury rules in favor of LMH
A jury rules in favor of Lawrence Memorial Hospital in the case of a former city employee who sued Lawrence Memorial Hospital for more than $450,000 in damages.
Effects of April's freeze showing during wheat harvest
It's been nearly 11 weeks since a hard freeze stung the area's what crop, and today the damage is being exposed.
Anxious fans await new Harry Potter book
Anxious fans got together tonight at Border's Bookstore to debate about 'Snape' - one of the most confusing characters in the Harry Potter books.
Raiders top Rangers in Woodbat Classic
The Lawrence Raiders defeated the Dodge City Rangers in a tight battle during the Al Ice Woodbat Classic, 4-3.
T-Bones struck by Vipers
The Calgary Vipers defeated the Kansas City T-Bones by a final score of 8-6.
It's official: Releford heading to KU
Late Tuesday evening, Bill Self landed the first of what will likely be many recruits for the 2008 season: Travis Releford.
Videocast for June 21
Ham radio operator Ken Olson talks about operating his station.
KDOT Secretary Deb Miller
Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Deb Miller speaks at a press conference at the groundbreaking event for the U.S. 59 expansion between Ottawa and Lawrence.
Water plants at Water's Edge, 847 Ind.
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