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Getting a shot in Douglas County will now sting a little more
Responding to a 6% city budget cut, the health department shoots up the cost of vaccines. The health department says between declining money from grants and now the city, they're using more reserve funds and barely breaking even.
Published on May 31, 2007
Year-long construction project on Kasold nears end
The year-long project on Kasold Drive nears a long-awaited end as crews put the finishing touches on 6 million dollars worth of repairs.
Early-morning fire inures one woman
An early-morning fire injures one woman as she tries to help her dog escape the flames.
Police searching for suspects in in home burglary case
Two armed men force their way into an East Lawrence home, ordering the women and children inside onto the ground.
KU Chancellor headed to China
KU Chancellor Robert Hemenway is headed to China along with a group of KU faculty and administrators.
Local girl representing Kansas in national spelling bee
It's bee season in the nation's capital and the sunflower state is buzzing with excitement. Kansas is represented by a speller who competed in the National Spelling Bee Finals tonight.
Greensburg city council accepts resignation of mayor
The Greensburg city council accepts the resignation of Mayor Lonnie McCollum.
Rush to have surgery on Friday
Injured KU basketball player Brandon Rush will undergo surgery to repair a torn ACL early Friday morning.
KU's Arthur selected to tryout for World Championship team
KU forward Darrell Arthur is one of 20 players selected to participate in tryouts for the 2007 USA Under-19 World Championship team.
KU women's golfer receives Big 12 honor
KU golfer Amanda Costner was named to the Big 12 female sportsperson of the year.
Free State Athletic Director to retire
Steve Grant, the only Athletic Director Free State High School has ever had, has decided to retire, effective immediately.
Nick DeBiasse named Scholar Athlete for the Month of May
Lawrence High School senior baseball player Nick DeBiasse has been named the Scholar Athlete for the Month of May.
Sharon Scafe reads "Trouble at the Museum"
Sharon Scafe, a paraeducator at Quail Run Elementary School, reads "Trouble at the Museum", which she cowrote with Nick TenPas, a student with autism.
3 Questions with Jessica Lopez about Saturday's MD benefit
Jessica Lopez answers questions about an upcoming muscular dystrophy benefit ride and auction.
Videocast for May 31
Identigen poised for growth
Justin Griffis, manager for genotyping operations at Identigen Ltd., leads a tour of the company's testing operations in Lawrence, at 4824 Quail Crest Pl.
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