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More robberies hit local convenience stores
Lawrence police are investigating armed robberies at two Lawrence convenience stores. Police say this incident appears to be related to the two armed robberies that occurred on October 15.
Published on October 25, 2007
City Commissioners try to explain unusual property tax break
City Commissioners are left trying to explain an unusual, behind-closed-doors deal to grant a property tax break for Deciphera Pharmaceuticals.
Lawrence Humane Society has lots to celebrate
The Lawrence Humane Society recently completed a 5,000 foot renovation project, and in a ceremony this evening, the shelter dedicated its' stray intake facility to a former employee and fellow animal-lover.
Restraining order granted in Jaeger case
More than two weeks after the brutal attack of a 22-year-old Lawrence woman, a Douglas County judge grants a restraining order in the case.
Are you stressed out? If so - you aren't alone!
A new poll shows that stress is on the rise for Americans. 6News reporter Crispin Lopez finds out what causes stress for people here in Lawrence.
Lawrence-based company 'heats up' annual charity drive
This is the 21st year for Scotch Fabrics 'Share the Warmth' campaign. In the past two decades, the company has collected and cleaned more than 163,000 coats for those in need.
West Lawrence's newest park is up and running
On Friday, city officials will unveil DeVictor Park near George Williams Way and Harvard Road.
Mice invade Broken Arrow Elementary
Some classrooms at Broken Arrow Elementary have pets, but there's one new mammal in the school that won't be a class mascot anytime soon. Mice.
Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commissioners endorse proposed business park
Plans for a new business park are ready to take off near Lawrence Municipal Airport.
'Red Ribbon Week' hits local elementary schools with a message
It's 'Red Ribbon Week' and Lawrence elementary schools are doing their part to teach kids to just say no.
Dozens of zombies invade downtown Lawrence!
The first ever 'Zombie Walk' hit the streets of downtown Lawrence Thursday night.
Eudora falls for the first time this season
For the first time this season, the Eudora High football team felt defeat. In a match that came down to the wire, the Baldwin Bulldogs defeated the Cardinals by a final score of 20-19.
Piper Pirates roll over Bobcats
The Piper Pirates had little problem defeating the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats. The final score was 34-14.
Free State soccer team falls in OT shootout
In a game that went into double-overtime, and then into a shootout, the Free State Firebirds were defeated by the Olathe NW Ravens, 2-1.
Scholar Athlete of the Month announced
The final Thursday of October is upon us, which means its once again time to reveal another 'HyVee High School Scholar Athlete of the Month.'
Videocast for October 25
Three questions with ... KU cross country runner Colby Wissel
Kansas senior Colby Wissel discusses his chances of defending his Big 12 cross country title in Lubbock, Texas, and his role in the KU football team's 7-0
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