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Does basketball's roots have religious ties?
Many Jayhawk fans treat basketball like a religion - which may bring them right in line with the intentions of founder James Naismith.
Published on April 3, 2008
City leaders tackle touch budget issues
The economy is struggling - growth in Douglas County is slowing - times are tight. And it will leave city leaders with some tough decisions to make as they tackle next year's budget here in just a few weeks.
Stephen Six helps promote crime victims awareness
April is crime victims awareness month and Kansas Attorney General Stephen Six is traveling the state visiting with the people who assist those victims.
Suspects plead 'not guilty' in beating death case
Two suspects plead 'not guilty' this afternoon in the beating death of a 62-year-old Lawrence man.
Senate votes to override coal veto
The Senate votes to override Governor Kathleen Sebelius' veto of a bill allowing two coal-fired power plants in Southwest Kansas.
Local students ready for their film debuts
Some local students get their film debut - but you won't see them on camera.
Lawrence already a winner in Final Four of real estate!
The home of the Jayhawks is already a winner in the Final Four...or so says a property-information website, which has Lawrence winning the National Championship of the NCAA housing market.
Sunny weather bountiful in San Antonio
Kevin Romary and D.J. Whetter have found themselves in sunny San Antonio right in the middle of a Final Four frenzy!
KU baseball team prepares for Baylor
Last night, the Kansas baseball team barely broke a sweat after cruising to a 13-0 victory over Saint Mary. Unfortunately for the 'Hawks, their next series will present a much bigger challenge.
Videocast for April 3
Coach Self PSA
Coach Bill Self gives a public service announcement on celebrating safely.
Jayhawks head to the Final Four
"Two to go" is the rally cry of the men's basketball team as it heads to San Antonio to face North Carolina in the Final Four. The players want to continue the successes of this season.
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