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Investigators seek public input on fatal hit-and-run incident
Detectives ask for your help as they continue to investigate Tuesday's fatal hit-and-run accident on Highway 59.
Published on September 13, 2007
Accident on Farmer's Turnpike leaves one person still hospitalized
One person remains hospitalized tonight after a crash involving five vehicles this morning northwest of Lawrence.
New indictments for owners of Yellow House store
New federal indictments are announced today by the US attorney's office against the owners of the Yellow House store.
Tribute to black artists from Kansas quickly takes shape in downtown Lawrence
In the course of a week, a boldly-colored mural - commissioned by KU's Spencer Museum of Art - has appeared to go with the museum's ongoing Aaron Douglas exhibit.
Douglas County looking to the future of transportation
Community leaders want to know how you want to get around Douglas County years down the road. They're putting together the Transportation 2030 Plan.
Aspiring musicians rock for a good cause
Contestants took turns rocking out with the video game 'Guitar Hero' for the Guitar Hero Corporate Challenge at Maceli's - an event to benefit the Douglas County United Way.
Free State football squad stomps Leavenworth
The Free State Firebirds shut-out the Leavenworth Pioneers by a final score of 41-0.
LHS eager for battle against SM North
The Lawrence High Lions football team is ready for their home opener against Shawnee Mission North at Haskell Stadium.
Eudora football team ready for home opener
The Eudora High Cardinals kick off their home opener against Wellsville tomorrow night.
Tongy football team hoping for first victory in home opener
The Tonganoxie football team has started the season 0-2, but hopes to change that after their home opener Friday night against Bonner Springs.
Special teams coming up big for KU
Through the first two games of the season, the Jayhawks' special teams unit has been nothing short of fantastic.
Terry Allen heads back to Kansas
Former KU head coach Terry Allen will be in Manhattan this weekend when Missouri State hits the turf against the K-State Wildcats.
Videocast for September 13
Ali Mangan has started a company called Hoop Mamas and plays host to a free hoop-play session Wednesday evenings at South Park. She'll be teaching classes soon, too.
Three Questions with ... Donna Madl Davenport
Three Questions with Donna Madl Davenport, manager of Heavenly Pet Memorials.
Three Questions with Jeannene Freeman
Three Questions with Jeannene Freeman, co-owner and president of Heavenly Pet Memorials of Lawrence.
Steven Schrock, KU assistant professor on work zone safety research
Steven Schrock, a Kansas University assistant professor of engineering, who talks about research on work zone safety on highways.
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