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No first round stumbles this year!
After two years of first round losses in the NCAA Tournament, the Kansas Jayhawks were able to get that monkey off their backs with a blow-out win over Niagara, 107-67.
Published on March 16, 2007
Pinckney Elementary has Jayhawk fever
Every year for the last 16 years, once March Madness fever sweeps across town, the students of Pinckney Elementary pull out their Jayhawk banner and head to the streets of Lawrence.
Jayhawk fans enjoying the Chicago scenery
Journal-World Business Editor Mark Fagan caught up with several Jayhawk fans in Chicago who were enjoying the sights and sounds of the town while anxiously awaiting the Jayhawks first round match-up with Niagara.
Ford CEO in town to honor his mother with special gift
As a birthday gift for his mother, Ford CEO Alan Mulally donated a new van to the Lawrence Senior Center.
20th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade kicks off at 1 p.m.
Get the green gear ready to go! The 20th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade kicks off in downtown Lawrence at 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
Lawrence police officer involved in shooting will not face charges
A Lawrence police officer who shot and killed an armed woman in September will not face criminal charges.
Lawrence woman flown to K.C. hospital after accident on I-70
A woman lost control while heading East on the Kansas Turnpike earlier Friday afternoon. The woman was flown to KU Medical Center for emergency treatment.
Defense attorney questions credibility of new witness in Belone Trial
Robin Roberts testified yesterday that Christopher Belone admitted to him that he had beaten Linda Begay after a dispute. Today, the defense questions the credibility of his testimony.
City officials announce name of new park
A new city park will bear the name of Lawrence's out-going Parks and Recreations Director.
Two principals resign in Tonganoxie School District
The Tonganoxie School District is out two principals after an emotionally-charged school board meeting.
Students celebrate Spring Break; parents look to keep them busy
Students across town are celebrating the beginning of Spring Break this afternoon, their parents, however, are more worried about keeping them occupied during the break.
KU tops Niagara to advance in NCAA Tournament
The Kansas Jayhawks, intent on not losing in the first round for 3 straight years, attacked the basket against Niagara en route to a 107-67 victory.
Former Free State standout Morningstar slams the Jayhawks over the century mark
During the Kansas Jayhawks 107-67 victory over Niagara, former Free State High standout Brady Morningstar threw down a monstrous dunk to put the 'Hawks over 100 points in the contest.
Kansas football squad held second practice of Spring Friday afternoon
After not receiving a bowl invitation at the end of last season, the KU football team is anxious to prove themselves worthy this year.
15 seconds in Chicago
Slideshow of people talking about how they think KU's going to do
Videocast for March 16
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