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Supreme Court hears arguments in Murray case
He's serving a life sentence for the 2003 murder of his ex-wife - but a former Kansas State University English professor believes he deserves a new trial.
Published on September 6, 2007
Leaders at City Hall continue to worry about lagging sales tax numbers
Lawrence sales tax collections for August were down compared to a year ago - and were less than what city leaders had budgeted.
State AG's declare war on school violence
A group of state attorney generals declare war on school violence - among them - our top state law enforcer, Paul Morrison.
Two KU grads top Forbes' list
Cynthia Carroll and Linda Zarda Cook are both ranked in Forbe's list of the '100 Most Powerful Women in the World.'
Neglected animals moved from Hays to Lawrence
Malnourished, neglected, and ill - words state officials use to describe more than 250 animals relinquished from a pet store in Hays.
Former Greensburg resident raises money for ravaged town
She's seen her hometown and old high school destroyed in a devastating May tornado - now New York School principal Nancy Degarmo and several Lawrence teachers have provided a boost for Greensburg teachers.
Pendleton makes huge splash in collegiate debut
In 2005, he red-shirted. In 2006 he did not see any game action as a freshman. In 2007, however, KU sophomore Raimond Pendleton is making a name for himself.
LHS football squad routs Ravens
After a disappointing loss to Olathe North last week, the LHS football team bounced back to shut-out the Olathe Northwest Ravens by a score of 28-0.
Free State wins city soccer showdown
Free State high school defeated Lawrence High on the soccer field by a final score of 2-0.
Free State tops LHS in volleyball
In another 'City Showdown' tonight, Free State high held off LHS on the volleyball court.
Christian Veritas ready for home opener
The HyVee High School Game of the Week is all about 8-man football tomorrow night.
Kress Gallery at the Spencer Museum of Art
A 360-degree view of one of the rooms in the Kress Gallery, where the Aaron Douglas exhibition will open to the public on Saturday at the Spencer Museum of Art.
Videocast for September 6
On the Prairie
Lawrence-based ecological consultant Frank Norman talks about the state's native tallgrass prairies.
Norman Akers, an American Indian artist, talks about his paintings.
SRO Matt Sarna talks about his job
Lawrence Police Officer Matt Sarna describes what his day is like as the school resource officer at Free State High School.
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