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Car slams into utility pole on K-10 Highway sending two to area hospitals
A car slammed into a utility pole on K-10 Highway just before four o'clock this afternoon. The accident sent two women to area hospitals.
Published on March 1, 2007
Three people injured late last night in one vehicle accident
Shortly after 11 last night, a one-vehicle accident occurred near 23rd and Alabama. Three people were injured in the accident.
Police make two more arrests in connection with recent BB gun rampage
In all, five people have been arrested since the BB gun trouble was first reported early Wednesday morning.
Work to replace century-old waterlines continues to flow through downtown Lawrence
City leaders briefed downtown businesses on their plans to begin the third straight year of a waterline replacement project.
Governor Sebelius back in Kansas after visit to the nation's capitol
After a visit to Washington D.C., Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius returns to Kansas - with some surprising things to say about her trip.
Local elementary students celebrate birthday of Dr. Seuss
It's not unusual to see green foods in a school cafeteria - but green eggs and ham? Kids from Eudora's Nottingham Elementary enjoyed the famous dish to honor Dr. Seuss' 103rd birthday.
Winning $50,000 as easy as one, two, three, SHOOT!
Several Lawrence residents have been engaging in rock, paper, scissors battles at a local bar for a chance to compete in the finals in Las Vegas.
KU preparing for a Big 12 showdown against Texas
With sole possession of the Big 12 title on the line, the stakes have gotten even higher for KU's upcoming battle against Texas this Saturday.
Lady Firebirds trample Leavenworth
The Free State Lady Firebirds advanced to the next round of the 6A Girls Sub-State Tournament after a victory over the Leavenworth Pioneers, 63-33.
LHS Lady Lions advance after tight win over SMNW
The Lady Lions pulled out a clutch victory over Shawnee Mission North West to advance to the next round of the 6A Girls Sub-State Tournament, winning 56-54.
Piper High calms the Cyclones
To advance to the next round of the 4A Boys Sub-State Tournament, the Piper Pirates easily topped the Bishop Ward Cyclones, 76-56.
Baldwin Bulldogs top Basehor-Linwood in tight battle
The Baldwin Bulldogs advanced to the next round of the 4A Boys Sub-State Tournament after a close victory over the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats, 40-38.
Postal worker back to work after accident
Exactly one month after being seriously injured in an accident in downtown Lawrence, Jerry Totten has returned to work.
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