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Bill Self press conference, part 2
Men's basketball head coach Bill Self announces he will stay at KU.
Published on April 10, 2008
Self is staying
Good news for KU basketball fans today as KU head coach Bill Self makes his intentions known for next year. 6Sports reporter Andrew Baker joins us live in the News Center with details.
Quick parade will focus on team
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Brokaw gives Dole lecture
A captive audience filled the Dole Institute of Politics this afternoon for a very special guest.
Daycare license suspension challenged
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Police seek robbery suspect
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Sales tax, sports tourism boost city's revenues
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HOP'N hopes to encourage healthy habits
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St. Pat's committee benefits local orgs
The Lawrence Saint Patrick's Day Parade Committee presented a total of $44,000 to two local organizations today.
Self will stay
It didn't take head coach Bill Self long to make a decision. Andrew Baker has more.
A look at the Self era
So far, the Self era at KU has been a great one. For more on the Jayhawks' five-year run under Self, here's DJ Whetter.
Bill Self press conference, part 1
A time-lapse video of photos from the corner of 10th and Mass in downtown Lawrence showing the massive celebration following the Jayhawk's win over Memphis for the 2008 NCAA National Championship.
40,000 fans in 45 seconds
A time-lapse video of photos from the 6News Tower Cam in downtown Lawrence showing fans' reactions to the Jayhawk's win over Memphis for the 2008 NCAA National Championship. The Tower Cam was looking south down Mass street.