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Schools face off in hand-to-hand combat
A new rivalry has sprung up between Free State and Lawrence High Schools, and it's all about hand-to-hand combat. Both schools now have official Rock, Paper, Scissors clubs.
Published on November 15, 2007
Man charged with arson
A man involved in a 10-hour stand-off with police now faces criminal charges. 57-year-old Darrel Maley was booked into the Douglas County Jail yesterday.
Kidnapping suspects may have abducted four more victims
Two women arrested in connection with a weekend kidnapping now face a slew of charges, including the kidnapping of two children.
KU tests emergency text message service
In case of an emergency, KU officials can now send a message directly to students' cell phones. They tested the new "text alert" system today and say that now, all systems are go.
Arts Center director retires
After 33 years of service, the leader of the Lawrence Arts Center announced her retirement. Ann Evans has been the Executive Director of the Arts Center since it was founded in 1975.
Smokeout helps smokers kick habit
For 30 years, the Great American Smokeout has helped people nationwide stop smoking.
Educators discuss pre-K programs
Educators met in Lawrence to discuss pre-kindergarten education and how to make it accessible to every child in Kansas.
Charity recyles cans for community
A local charity celebrated "America Recycles Day" in a big way. "Cans for the Community" presented two $500 checks today: one of the Social Service League and another to the Lawrence Arts Center Preschool.
Conceptual art commemorates school's anniversary
For Schwegler Elementary's 50th anniversary students made a knowledge tree using only compost and their bodies. The osage orange tree was designed by conceptual artist Daniel Dancer.
Governors place bets on Border Showdown
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt place a friendly wager on the Border Showdown. They have agreed to wear the colors of the opposing team if their team is defeated on Saturday.
B-Rush is back
Five and a half months after surgery to repair a torn ACL, Jayhawk junior guard made his 2007 KU debut this evening against Washburn University.
Bonnie's bunch gains Goodrich
Bonnie Henrickson received good news on Wednesday: the Jayhawks signed three players for next season, including one of the top 50 players in the nation.
Fine: 'We've come a long way'
Senior tight end Derek Fine has seen the Jayhawks come from 2-10 in 2002 to 10-0 in 2007.
Hawks face third Kansas opponent
The Hawks play yet another small Kansas school tonight at Allen Fieldhouse. Kevin Romary has more from the hardwood.
Useless trivia with DJ
Useless fieldhouse trivia with DJ Whetter and Kevin Romary.
Seniors set for last home game
Thirteen KU seniors will say goodbye to Memorial State when they take on Iowa State in the last Jayhawk home game of the year.
6Sports video: Talib named Nagurski finalist
Aqib Talib is a finalist for the Bronco Nagurski Trophy, given to the best defensive college player of the year.
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