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One person injured in South Lawrence house fire
Flames could be seen coming from the second floor window of a home near 28th and Ousdahl. One person was taken by ambulance to the hospital for medical treatment.
Published on March 2, 2007
Lawrence is growing - at a snail's pace
The city is growing - but not as much as it used to - and the smaller numbers could have a big impact on future growth plans.
Lawrence School District takes proactive approach to tornado safety
A tornado that claimed eight lives at an Alabama High School Thursday raises the question of school's tornado procedures.
Dr. Seuss forever changed children's literature
Dr. Seuss did more than just write children's classics, he helped change a generation of struggling readers into literature lovers!
Lawrence woman jailed for 'murder-for-hire' plot
A Lawrence woman will serve nearly six years in federal prison for trying to arrange a 'hit' on her ex-boyfriend.
Chuck and Karen Warner to guide United Way Fund Drive
Chuck and Karen Warner will guide the Douglas County United Way Fund Drive for 2007-2008. Last year's drive brought in 1.63 million dollars.
Lawrence Children's Choir set to take the stage at Carnegie Hall
Members of the Lawrence Children's Choir will soon join the ranks of some of the most famous musicians in history as they take the stage at Carnegie Hall.
Former President Bill Clinton visited the Sunflower State today
Speaking to a packed house on the K-State campus, former President Bill Clinton focused his speech on globalization while making a visit through Kansas.
A group of KU student-athletes hope to see the end of a popular T-shirt
KU's student-athlete advisory committee is working on a plan to create and distribute an alternative to the infamous T-shirt that contains an implied obscenity directed at KU rival Missouri.
LHS boys basketball season over after loss to Leavenworth
The Lawrence High boys finished their season 15-7 after a 69-48 loss to the Leavenworth Pioneers in the Sub State Title Game.
Free State boys basketball team headed to state
In the Sub State Title Game, the Free State boys knocked off the Olathe South Falcons, 49-34, behind 18 points from Christian Ballard.
Tonganoxie girls squad knocks off the Bobcats
In the 4A Sub State Semifinals, the Tonganoxie Lady Chieftains easily defeated the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats, 57-34.
Eudora Lady Cardinals advance in tourney after win over Bulldogs
The Baldwin Bulldogs were eliminated from the 4A Sub State Semifinals at the hands of Eudora, 42-30.
KU hopes to contain Durant in Allen Fieldhouse
KU head coach Bill Self predicted this preseason that Kevin Durant would be an amazing player and now he hopes his Jayhawks can stop him Saturday morning for sole possession of the Big 12 title.
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