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Another accident in rural Douglas County
For the second time in two days, an emergency helicopter was called to the scene of a crash in rural Douglas County.
Published on September 3, 2007
KU enforces safety with locks on dorms
Dormitories at the University of Kansas go on lock down this fall; it's the University's next step to reinforce safety of the 4,500 students who live on campus.
Eudora teachers, school district continue negotiations
Eudora teachers and the school district say they need more time to reach an agreement on salaries and benefits for educators.
Grant helps promote Haskell-Baker wetlands
The Wetlands Preservation Organization of Haskell recently received a $7,000 grant.
Construction begins, continues in Lawrence, Douglas County
For much of September and October, crews will be repaving Highway 59 between south Lawrence and the Douglas County line.
25 domestic partner registries so far
Lawrence launched Kansas' first recognition for unmarried couples August 1.
KU offense goes vertical
When the switch was made earlier in the year to Ed Warner as the new offensive coordinator, change was to be expected, but not this quickly.
Wissel, KU dominate home meet
This past weekend for Colby Wissel and the men's cross country team was just another day at the office.
Kidcast for September 3, 2007
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Sarah Buxton interviewed on GAC
Interview with Sarah Buxton on GAC in 2006.
'Innocence' music video
Sarah Buxton music video, "Innocence."
Dummies on Stage
Bonita Yoder talks about her ventriloquism and shows off a few of her puppets.
Three Questions with ... Alene Shafnisky
Cat breeder Alene Shafnisky, of Sycamore, Ill., answers three questions about cats.
Three Questions with ... Dana Stodgel
Dana Stodgel, of Champaign, Ill., talks about the $1,000 donation to the Lawrence Community Shelter.
Free State/KU graduate Heather Schulze talks about her Ironman France-Nice experience.