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Local animal shelter running out of space
This year, the Lawrence Humane Society is working hard to raise funds for its expansion project - and a big part of their campaign involves a St. Patrick's Day Parade float.
Published on March 15, 2007
Prosecution witness claims Belone confessed to beating his girlfriend
On the stand during day 4 of the Christopher Belone Trial, Robin Roberts testified that Belone had told him he beat his girlfriend, Linda Begay, after finding her in bed with another man.
Sex shop case delayed once more
The owner of 'Naughty But Nice' was back in Municipal Court today on charges of running a sex shop in an illegal location.
Organizers of local farmer's market look for expansion
Organizers of the downtown farmer's market are looking to add an extra day of produce each week, but instead of hosting the market downtown, the plan calls for the market to be held in front of the Merc.
Woman and infant injured in late night wreck
Last night, an SUV and a Sedan collided near 10th and Kentucky Streets, leaving one woman and an infant in need of medical care.
March is 'Colon Cancer Awareness Month' in Kansas
More than 1300 Kansans will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year, and more than 500 people will die from it.
'Math Kangaroo' test a big hit at Langston Hughes Elementary
While most of Lawrence is focused on a certain basketball competition, dozens of students at Langston Hughes Elementary are more concerned with a math competition.
Gary Hammer named Sunflower's Teacher of the Month
Schwegler Elementary teacher Gary Hammer was named the 'Sunflower Teacher of the Month' in a surprise assembly today.
KU fans in Chicago eager for tomorrow's game
Journal-World Business Editor Mark Fagan caught up with several Jayhawk fans in Chicago and asked them for some 'editorial input.'
Odds in Jayhawks favor
Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 teams, no #16 seed as EVER knocked off a #1 seed, leaving KU fans with history on their side.
Purple Eagles hoping to make history
While no #16 seed has ever defeated a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the Niagra Purple Eagles are still feeling very confident with their chances on beating KU.
Jayhawks looking for 'respect' after two years of first round exits
Both KU and Niagra are fighting for the same thing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament: respect.
Sherron Collins glad to be back in Chicago
Sherron Collins grew up in 'The Windy City' and played his prep ball just blocks away from the United Center.
KU football team wonders who will step up next season
After Senior Jon Cornish rushed for over 1,000 yards for the first time in team history in over a decade last season, the team wonders who will step up this year?
Jayhawk baseball endures up-and-down week
After pummeling Penn. State by 13 two nights ago, the Jayhawks got rocked by in-state rival Wichita State last night, 18-3.
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