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Jayhawks ready to rumble with the Bears
Saturday morning, the No. 20 Jayhawks will take on the Baylor Bears at Memorial Stadium. KU is looking for revenge as the Bears defeated the 'Hawks last season by a single point.
Published on October 12, 2007
Kasold Drive construction finally finished
For the first time in 1 1/2 years, Kasold Drive is completely open to traffic. You can now get all the way from the Farmer's Turnpike south to 31st Street with no detours or lane restrictions.
Early morning fire engulfs local brush drop-off site
Early Friday morning, the smell of smoke lingered over East Lawrence and the downtown area after an overnight fire at the city's brush drop-off site.
HIV exposure bench trial is underway in Lyon County District Court
A bench trial is underway in Lyon County District Court for a man charged with exposing two women to HIV.
Lightning strikes twice for one lucky Lawrence man
A Lawrence man claimed his second $25,000 prize from the Kansas Lottery in the past four months!
River City Reading Festival kicks off this Sunday
Thousands are expected to turn out in Lawrence this Sunday for a day-long festival of reading.
Brownback and Biden join forces to tackle Iraq
Presidential hopefuls Sam Brownback and Joe Biden joined forces today in Iowa to unveil their bi-partisan plan for tackling Iraq.
'Late Night in the Phog' thrills attendees
'Late Night in the Phog' officially started the 2007-2008 KU basketball season this evening in front of thousands of Jayhawk fans eagerly anticipating the 'Hawks to hit the hardwood.
LHS football team tops Washburn Rural
The Lawrence High football team won their first game of district play, defeating Washburn Rural 28-6.
Free State rolls over Topeka High
Free State High had little problem defeating Topeka High by a final score of 34-7.
Eudora High football squad remains undefeated
After a 49-14 win over the Spring Hill Broncos, the Eudora High Cardinals added another victory to their undefeated season.
Perry-Lecompton Kaws take down Tongy
The Tonganoxie High football team fell to the Perry-Lecompton Kaws by a final score of 34-13.
Basehor-Linwood Bobcats shut down St. James
Basehor-Linwood Bobcats easily defeated the St. James Thunder by a final score of 28-7.
Veritas Eagles rout Wichita Word of Life
The Veritas Eagles football team had their way with Wichita Word of Life, easily defeating the Fire by a final score of 54-6.
Red team tops blue in 'Late Night' scrimmage
In another fun installment of 'Late Night in the Phog' hosted at Allen Fieldhouse, the red team topped the blue team during the scrimmage portion of the evening's events.
Videocast for October 12
Bert Nash benefit
Dave Johnson, CEO of the Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center, discusses the fund-raiser.
Give that man a hand
Hoyt handfisher Michael Corrigan talks about noodlin'.
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