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Proposed changes to district's ESL program enrage dozens of parents and teachers
Proposed changes to the district's English as a Second Language Program enrage dozens of parents and teachers from one local elementary school.
Published on March 12, 2007
Controversial road project gets underway today in Douglas County
The bridge over the Kanas River that connects Perry and Lecompton closes today for the next five months.
Candidates for City Commission survive only neighborhood forum
A vocal crowd of about 25 attended tonight's City Commission Candidate debate, hosted by the North Lawrence Improvement Association.
City to discuss banning grills on decks and patios of apartment complexes
Lawrence fire and medical leaders are proposing a new fire code that would ban open flame grills from the wooden decks of apartment complexes with three or more units.
Trial begins today for Chrstipher Belone
Christopher Belone faces a number of charges - including second degree murder and kidnapping - in connection with the death of his live-in girlfriend of seven years, Linda Begay.
Baldwin School Administrator not letting injury affect job
Police say a student attacked the Baldwin City Primary Center Principal with his hands, feet, teeth and possibly caused a broken rib on February 27th.
Update on hazardous materials incident on the Turnpike
Kansas Turnpike officials say the unidentified powder found in a trash can was disposed of - and won't be investigated further.
Incubator for high-tech businesses celebrates a milestone
Nine businesses served by the 'Lawrence Regional Technology Center' have attracted more than 60 million dollars in financing during the past four years.
Lawrence microburst - one year later
Around 8 am on Sunday, March 12th, 2006 - a microburst with straight line winds in excess of 80 mph tore through the city - damaging scores of buildings and causing an estimated 8 million dollars in damage.
KU still picking up the pieces from microburst
School officials have made headway on a lot of projects related to the March 12th, 2006 microburst, but there is still work to be done...
Jayhawk fans ready for trip to the Windy City
Local travel agents say Chicago's proximity to Kansas makes it easy and relatively cheap for fans to see tournament action up close.
Kidcast for March 12th, 2007
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Jayhawks greeted with "Hero's welcome" after winning the Big 12 Conference Title
Late last night, the Kansas Jayhawks returned from Oklahoma City only to be greeted by several happy fans cheering on the victorious 'Hawks.
Jayhawks ordered to rest until their first round opponent is revealed
Upon earning the #1 seed in the NCAA tournament, the Jayhawks must await the results of a 'play-in' game to determine their first round match-up.
Play-in preview: Florida A&M
KU will play the winner of the NCAA Tournament play-in game between Florida A&M and Niagra. Here we take a look at one of those teams: Florida A&M.
Play-in preview: Niagra
KU will play the winner of the NCAA Tournament play-in game between Florida A&M and Niagra. Here we take a look at one of those teams: Niagra.
Piper High says goodbye to head boys basketball coach
Head boys basketball coach David Hall is resigning after 15 seasons as the Piper Pirates head man to spend more time with his young family.
Free State basketball celebrates a postseason first
Last week marked the first time in Free State High history that both the boys and girls basketball teams made it to the state tournament in the same year.
Videocast for March 12
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