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Fans get 'extended' chance to congratulate Jayhawks
Just like in 1988, Jayhawk fans will line the streets at 3 p.m. on Sunday to give the men's basketball team one last hurrah. On Friday, police announced Sunday's parade route has been extended.
Published on April 11, 2008
Jackson sentenced to 15 years for Last Call shooting
A Topeka man will serve 15 years in prison for a shooting outside a Lawrence nightclub that injured three people.
Farmer's Market returns!
The Farmer's market rings the opening bell for the first time this season at 7 a.m. Saturday morning.
Storm damages reported across the county
Some parts of Douglas County spent the day cleaning up after high winds and heavy rains swept through the area Thursday night.
Local sixth grader competes in geography bee
A Langston Hughes sixth grader's passion for maps lands him in Abilene to compete in the state geography bee.
City leaders must decide on business park land
Lawrence City Commissioners soon will have to decide how aggressive they want to get in adding new business park land to the city.
Local family hopes to carry on tradition at parade
A Lawrence family is hoping to carry on a 20-year tradition this Sunday. When the national champions make their way down Mass. Street for the celebration parade, look for a little something yellow in their hands.
Jayhawks topple Texas Tech
Conditions this afternoon definitely weren't ideal for a typical day on the diamond, but the Kansas baseball team was happy just to return to action.
Self is home at KU
Just like Kansas men's basketball head coach Bill Self predicted, Thursday's press conference was anti-climactic.