See complete forecast
Fire engulfs house north of Lawrence
Fire sweeps through a house north of Lawrence this morning leaving a Douglas County woman and her son with no place to call home.
Published on October 1, 2007
Amarr Garage Doors looking to hire more employees
A major Lawrence manufacturer gets ready to hire more employees - and get them ready to work with help from the state.
Laura West found guilty of traffic charges
She challenged the state of Kansas saying she didn't need a drivers license. But the Douglas County District Court disagrees and finds the woman guilty on traffic charges today.
Area church asks county for permission to give new life to old sanctuary
Trinity Lutheran Church is interested in leasing a former church sanctuary at 13th and Massachusetts Streets - a building Douglas County currently uses as storage space.
City leaders prepare to approve sewer plant plans
Lawrence city leaders prepare to approve plans to build an 80-million-dollar sewer plant along the Wakarusa River.
Yellow school buses to get a name change
Lawrence's yellow school buses will soon get a name change with the announcement of a multi-billion-dollar acquisition today by a Scottish bus and rail operating company.
Westar looks to create $500M wind program
More Kansans will start getting electricity from renewable sources if a new proposal from Westar Energy wins approval.
Gov. Sebelius steers clear of controversial coal plant project
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation proposes building twin 700 megawatt plants near Holcomb, Kansas.
Kidcast for October 1st, 2007
A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.
KU legend Al Oerter passes away
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Al Oerter has passed away at age 71. Oerter competed at KU from 1956-58.
Jayhawks getting ready for KSU in Manhattan
For the first time this season, the KU football team plays on the road AND against a conference foe: K-State.
Mallory West dominates in gymnastics invite
LHS senior Mallory West dominated the 14-teams in attendance at the Lawrence Gymnastics Invitational.
LHS senior Dylan Hedges hoping for a run to state
Five events, two wins, and one second-place finish - quite the 2007 resume' for LHS cross country runner Dylan Hedges. Andrew Baker has more on this senior's final push for state.
Videocast for October 1
Friend2Friend Breast Cancer Awareness
49 News and 6 News Lawrence is teaming up with Lawrence Memorial Hospital to raise awareness of breast cancer, a disease that affects 1 in 8 women.
Remembering Al Oerter
Longtime Journal-World editor and columnist Bill Mayer shares memories of former KU star Al Oerter