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Championship parade set for Sunday
Lawrence certainly loves a parade, and late today, Jayhawk fans learned they'll have one this weekend.
Published on April 9, 2008
KU fans get back to reality
KU holds the title to two championships this year: the NCAA basketball tournament and the Orange Bowl. But what do fans do now? 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more.
Judge Kittel sworn in
Douglas County's new judge officially takes the bench today.
Coroner says Taser didn't kill man
A Lawrence man who died after a run-in with law enforcement was not killed by use of a Taser stun gun.
City brings back bricks on Ohio street
Construction crews strip away time in a historic Lawrence neighborhood. 6News reporter Jesse Fray has the story.
Crews prep for demolition at Oread Inn site
Developers won't say when bulldozers will be brought in to begin making room for the new Oread Inn.
Yoga keeps cancer survivor strong, calm
In this month's segment of our series "Friend to Friend," 6News reporter Sophia Spencer talks with a breast cancer survivor who was vigilant about exams.
Language instructor awarded for creativity
One Lawrence teacher is being praised tonight for going above and beyond his students' expectations. The students who nominated Stuart Strecker say his method of teaching helps them learn languages better.
Students seek historical signs
The hunt was on in downtown Lawrence today as junior high students took to the streets in search of bronze.
Wright cheers on former team from stands
Former Jayhawk Julian Wright was in San Antonio on Monday to root on his old teammates. DJ Whetter has more.
Self, Perkins meet
Less than 48 hours removed from Monday's national championship, Kansas head coach Bill Self and athletic director Lew Perkins met this afternoon to discuss Self's future at Kansas.
W@LH Scavenger Hunt
Students in the Wednesdays at Liberty Hall program talk about their historical scavenger hunt.
Archive footage from the downtown parade thrown for the 1986 Final Four Jayhawks team.
Videocast for April 9
1988 parade: The team
The 1988 NCAA national champion Jayhawks are celebrated with a downtown parade.
1988 parade: Fans
Fans watch the parade for the 1988 NCAA national champion Jayhawks in this archived video.
Mark Woodward on course preparations
How to prepare a course - in this case Torrey Pines, in San Diego - for a U.S. Open.
Mark Woodward on "Tiger-proofing" a course
Prospects for "Tiger-proofing" a course, as in setting one up to slow Tiger Woods' assault on professional golf's
Mark Woodward on the future of the association in Lawrence.
The future of the association in Lawrence.
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