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Prayer Booth vandalized
Vandals struck a sculpture in downtown Lawrence late Sunday evening.
Published on May 29, 2007
Rush could be ready
Head coach Bill Self believes junior guard Brandon Rush could be ready for the first game of the 2007-08 regular season.
Man flown to KC hospital
A Lawrence man was seriously injured this morning after his pickup truck struck a tree near 21st & Barker.
Kansas artist using flowers
This might not be the version of the birds and the bees you are used to, but it is one that KU professor and a Kansas artist say you need to know about.
Reid named player of the week
Former KU linebacker Nick Reid has been named NFL Europe's defensive player of the week.
The end of the high school baseball season means it's time to turn our attention to the Lawrence Raiders. The city's top American Legion team met tonight for an organizational meeting at CiCi's Pizza.
Lions place third
On Monday, after a two-day rain delay, the Lawrence High baseball team played in the state semi-finals for the first time in a half-decade.
School board names administrator
A rare Tuesday night meeting of the Lawrence School Board nets one new school administrator and sends a host of businesses home with honors.
Secretary of Commerece visits Lawrence
The state's Secretary of Commerce visited Lawrence today to see what the high-tec hotbed has to offer and what the state can do to help.
When the Kansas State Legislature looked for someone to breathe new life into its' aging capitol building, lawmakers turned to a team of Lawrence architects.
New motto for WakFest security
It will be a kinder, gentler approach to security at the upcoming Wakarusa Music Festival.
Three questions with ... Paige Blair, of Lawrence, Kansas University senior from Chicago
Paige Blair talks about her experience at Wakarusa Festival last year and why she plans to return for some of the action this year
Videocast for May 29