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Final Four celebration ends in Tasing
For one Jayhawk fan, celebrating KU's big win over North Carolina ended abruptly when he was stunned by a Taser gun. As 6News reporter Jesse Fray explains, it was all over a beer bottle.
Published on April 14, 2008
Charges filed in Sunday standoff
A Lawrence man who reportedly kept police in a standoff for more than eight hours Sunday is charged with one misdemeanor count of domestic battery.
Murder suspect in prison on gun conviction
A suspect in a Douglas County murder case is sentenced to 63 months in a federal prison today on an unrelated firearms conviction.
Despite early closing, post office party goes on
6News reporter George Diepenbrock tells us how a group of musicians will relieve stress on Tax Day even if the Internet cuts their fun short.
Courthouse repairs could cost $145,000
Fixing a leaky skylight and water damage in the 105-year-old Douglas County Courthouse could get expensive.
Group offers free HIV testing
Every 15 seconds an American is infected with HIV. This week, a KU group is sharing that message with students in order to raise awareness of the risks associated with unprotected sex.
Fans flip from hoops to football
Over the past 24 hours many Jayhawk fans have turned their attention from the hardwood to the gridiron in what has been a seamless transition from one season to another.
Kaleb Jackson gives tonight's KidCast.
Spring game showcases team for eager fans
It's been three months since the Kansas football team knocked off Virginia Tech and was crowned Orange Bowl champions. Tonight at Memorial Stadium, the Jayhawk faithful caught their first glimpse of KU for the 2008 season.
Walters new USF head coach
After spending two seasons as the head coach at Florida Atlantic University, former Kansas sharpshooter Rex Walters is heading to San Francisco.
Beasley to enter NBA draft
Kansas State University freshman Michael Beasley announced today he is declaring himself eligible for this year's NBA draft.
Piper trumps Tonganoxie
The Tonganoxie and Piper High School softball teams had combined to play only two games this spring. Weather conditions cleared today, however, for both the Chieftains and the Pirates.
KU rallies; returns to Big 12 ranks
On Sunday, the Kansas baseball team capped off their three-game set with Texas Tech.
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