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KU looks into fixed tuition rates
The KU administration proposes a fixed tuition for incoming freshmen for the first time in the school's history.
Published on May 17, 2007
KU senior took long road to walk down the hill
This Sunday, KU senior Neil Melton will graduate with his peers, but because Melton took a detour to his walk down the hill, earning his degree took five-and-a-half years.
KCMO police arrest two suspect in death of Lawrence man
Kansas City, Mo., police make two arrests in the shooting death of 37-year-old Lawrence native Derek Orchard - he graduated from Lawrence High in 1988.
Federal jury indicts Parker for bomb threats
A federal grand jury indicts a Lawrence man accused of making threats that forced the evacuation of three schools and caused thousands of parents to pull their kids out of class.
Business returns to normal after pipe bomb scare
It's business as usual today at Vangent - formerly known as NCS Pearson - in the East Hills Business Park, a day after a bomb scare shook employees at the 24-hour call center.
Heavy rain cause sewer leakage in local creek
Recent heavy rains cause the bank of a creek to give way, breaking a city sewer line sending wastewater into a public stream.
College transition challenging for home-schooled students
Making the transition from high school to college can be overwhelming - there's new people, challenging classwork - and higher expectations.
Lawrence's art community coming together for tornado victims
Lawrence's art community comes together to help the residents of Greensburg.
Pinkney students get science lesson first-hand
If you ever wondered what makes missiles and rockets go so fast you probably should have stopped by Pinkney Elementary School this afternoon.
Regional baseball results set up city showdown
Lawrence High's regular season didn't exactly go great, but the Lions finished the season with a record of 11-8, good enough for the fourth seed in today's regional tournament at Free State High.
LHS knocks off No. 1 Free State to advance to state
Last year, both Free State and Lawrence High made it to the regional final, and tonight the two city teams met for the third time this season, this time for a ticket to state on the line.
Lady Lions fall to Washburn Rural 1-0
To the pitch where the Lawrence Lions took on Washburn Rural in the second round of soccer regionals tonight.
Lawrence links hosting amateur senior championship
It's been a long time since the city of Lawrence has hosted the Kansas Senior Amateur championships, the last time being in 1991 at Lawrence Country Club.
Videocast for May 17
Randy Weseman and Adela Solis on the school district retirees
Superintendent Randy Weseman and Lawrence Education Association President Adela Solis give their thoughts on
the school district's retiring staff members.
Susan Ralston on her impending retirement
Retiring music teacher Susan Ralston talks about her impending retirement.
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