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Deciphera drug could be out in 2011
City leaders recently agreed to give Deciphera a multimillion dollar package to stay in Lawrence. The pharmaceutical company announced today that major testing on a cancer treatment drug should begin this spring.
Published on October 31, 2007
Haskell shares its haunted past
Students, faculty and staff have compiled some of Haskell Indian Nations University's spookiest stories and plan to share them at tours on Halloween night.
School district introduces new wellness guidelines
This year marks the second part of Lawrence's new wellness plan regulating diet and exercise for students.
Halloween happenings on Mass
6News reporter Crispin Lopez checks out ghastly ghouls and creepy costumes in downtown Lawrence.
Escaped inmates, ex-guard caught in New Mexico
Police apprehended two fugitives who escaped from a Kansas prison and the former guard accused of helping them flee.
Jury: funeral protesters invaded privacy
A federal jury has ruled that the Topeka-based fundamentalist Westboro Baptist Church was wrong to protest the funeral of a fallen marine.
Zombies invade downtown Lawrence
Volunteers at the Wednesdays at Liberty Hall program transformed junior high students into ghoulish creatures before the students starred in a zombie movie of their own.
Hallowed Halloween at church special events
Parents whose worst nightmare is letting their kids out onto dark streets for trick-or-treating found their sanctuary with church-sponsored alternative activities tonight.
Firebirds face Falcons in state playoffs
The Freestate Firebirds take on Olathe South for the second time this season. Friday's game at Haskell Stadium is the Hy-Vee High School Game of the Week.
Homecoming with the Huskers
Memorial Stadium is already sold out for this Saturday's homecoming game against Nebraska.
Saturday's showdown against unseasoned QB
How do you prepare for a quarterback that has only thrown four passes all season? That's the question facing the Fighting Manginos as they head into Saturday's game against Nebraska.
Hawk fans to see double
Tonight Philadelphia twins Marcus and Markieff Morris orally committed to play basketball at Kansas in 2008. Both twins are ranked in the top 100 of the '08 class.
Self's squad eager for season to start
The Kansas Jayhawks enter the season ranked fourth in the nation with thirteen of fourteen letter-winners from last year's Elite Eight squad returning.
Seniors smoothing out preseason
Underclassmen no longer rule the courts at Allen Fieldhouse. Instead, head coach Bill Self has a few upperclassmen running the show.
Hawks hoping to beat Baylor
The Kansas volleyball team hits the road tonight in need of a victory. The Hawks lost to the Bears at Baylor earlier this month.
Videocast for October 31
Three questions with... Dana Dyer, haunted yard creator
Dana Dyer has spent 12 years perfecting his haunted back yard. He talks about the inspiration behind his ghoulish hobby.
The Haunted Yard of Dana Dyer
For 12 years Lawrence resident Dana Dyer has created a haunted Halloween display in his back yard. He gave a tour of the display to the Journal-World on October 29, 2007.
Interview with Robert Novak
Political reporter and columnist Robert D. Novak answers questions about his new book and many other issues.