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No prosecution for Hack
Lawrence Mayor Sue Hack will not be prosecuted for violating the state's conflict of interest laws.
Published on November 20, 2007
Last call for Last Call?
The fate of a controversial downtown Lawrence nightclub, Last Call, and the decision to renew its liquor license, rests in the hands of state officials.
KU fans much "a 'do" about Hawks
With the KU football team undefeated, fans are showing their support through haircuts and tattoos.
Party on: Football game to be shown downtown
City commissioners approved plans by Downtown Lawrence, Inc. to hold an outdoor watch party for the football game between Kansas and Missouri.
Gun charge against Yellow House dropped
A federal gun charge filed earlier this year against the owners of the Yellow House store has been dropped.
Police search for kidnapper
Lawrence Police need your help finding a fourth person wanted in connection with a kidnapping earlier this month at a south Lawrence apartment complex.
K-10 rollover hospitalizes man
A one-vehicle rollover accident late this afternoon on K-10 highway sent a Eudora man to a Kansas City hospital.
Teens not hitting the books
A new report has found that teenagers are getting their noses out of books, and what little they do read they don't understand.
Potential Tonganoxie ballot issues released
Tonganoxie residents could have two controversial issues on the ballot for a special election early next year.
Smoker gobbles up garage
A turkey smoker caused fire damage to a garage early Tuesday morning in Tonganoxie.
Former Piper standout leads Washburn
Former Piper basketball player Nate Daniels is now an Ichabod. Last Thursday the Washburn freshman took the court against Kansas University in Allen Fieldhouse.
Brandon Rush returns
Brandon Rush is back. After five months of ACL rehabilitation, the Jayhawks junior guard saw ten minutes of action last Thursday against Washburn.
Arrowhead ready for some (college) football
The Border Showdown between Kansas and Missouri will take place at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City this year and next.
Videocast for November 20
Judy Kettle on being selected Master Teacher
Judy Kettle, a Wakarusa Valley School first-grade teacher, talks about being selected Lawrence Master Teacher 2007-2008.
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