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Videos for March 18, 2007

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KU headed west for Sweet 16

For just the second time in the Bill Self-era, the Kansas Jayhawks are headed to the Sweet 16.

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Traveling fans proud of 'Hawks' performance

No question KU fans all over are celebrating. Our own Mark Fagan caught up with those jolly Jayhawk fans who had a chance to watch tonight's game in person.

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Faithful fans keep hopes of a KU championship

Here at home, the madness continues as faithful fans gathered to watched the Jayhawks face off with Kentucky.

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Structure fire damages Lawrence business

A two-alarm fire causes significant damage to a Lawrence business.

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Accident shuts down U.S. Highway 59

Nearly a mile of US Highway 59 shut down last night as a result of a two-car accident just south of Lawrence.

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Prosecutor set to finish case against Belone

After one week of testimony, the state is expected to wrap up its case tomorrow against a Lawrence man accused of killing his longtime girlfriend.

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Clinton Park receives major improvements

One of the city's oldest parks is in the midst of a major facelift.

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Largest St. Patrick's Day Parade draws crowd

A sea of green flooded downtown Lawrence yesterday for the 20th annual St. Patrick's Day parade.

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Methadone use for addiction cure questioned

The son of supermodel Anna Nicole Smith is just one example - in recent years there's been an alarming jump in the number of deaths associated with the drug methadone, which is used to treat addiction to heroine and other opium drugs.

Published on March 18, 2007

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Kansas pulls away with 2nd half run

Two traditional powers, but only one spot in the Sweet 16. This afternoon, KU and Kentucky squared off in Chicago in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

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Super soph's lead the way for KU's victory

Of course the story-line of today's game had to be the sophomore trio of Brandon Rush, Julian Wright and Mario Chalmers. The three super soph's recorded 56 of the 'Hawks' 88 points.

Published on March 18, 2007

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Jayhawk alums watch in support

One of KU's favorite alums was on hand at the United Center today. Former Jayhawk guard and current Chicago Bull Kirk Hinrich watched his alma mater beat Kentucky today.

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15 seconds of luck

So, which of the blue basketball blue bloods - Kansas or Kentucky - will have luck on their side and survive their second-round matchup in Chicago, sending them into the NCAA Tournament's regionals in San Jose, Calif.?

Published on March 18, 2007