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Leaders make cuts to city's budget
The scope of Lawrence's budget shortfalls comes into focus today as city leaders begin to outline proposed cuts.
Published on May 18, 2007
Search for criminal disrupts nearby town
Area law enforcement spend much of the day in the Tonganoxie area searching for a man wanted for the rape and attempted murder of a Topeka woman earlier this week.
Judge denies request for new trial in Belone case
A judge denies a defense attorney's repeated requests for a new trial for a Lawrence man convicted of killing his longtime girlfriend.
Man accused of killing Lecompton jeweler gets first-degree murder charge
A man accused of fatally shooting a retired jeweler from rural Lecompton during a home burglary two years ago will be tried for first degree murder.
City leaders travel to tornado-destroyed town
Efforts to re-establish basic city services continue in Greensburg today, two weeks after an EF-5 tornado destroyed almost everything in its path.
Gas station mural shows off teens' talent
With gas prices so high, it's hard to pay attention to anything else at the pump besides your wallet, but one new work of art might just change that.
Art a la carte
Welcome to Art a la Carte. I'm Journal-World arts editor Mindie Paget.
'Hawks keep playoff hopes alive with win over NU
Last time the Kansas baseball team took on Nebraska, the Jayhawks upset the Cornhuskers to win their first-ever Big 12 title.
Smith wins second senior amateur championship
Day two of the Kansas Senior Amateur at Alavmar Golf Club ends with Kansas City's Andy Smith winning his second championship.
Firebird softball expected nothing less than state birth
Three of our local teams are headed to the state tournament, but for the Free State High softball team, the state qualifying moment was a bit more subdued.
Emily Ryan, curatorial intern at the Spencer Museum of Art, talks about Stephen Johnson's exhibition.
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