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Boogaard glad to be back on court
KU women's basketball player Krysten Boogaard played for the first time all year in Wednesday's win over Western Illinois.
Published on December 11, 2008
Looking for Electrician An? Lawrence business gets mislisted in Yellow Pages
One Lawrence business owner took AT&T to court over an erroneous Yellow Pages listing.
Jim Rome named December Teacher of the Month
New York Elementary teacher Jim Rome wins December's Teacher of the Month award. He is credited with helping a child overcome homelessness.
Collins showing leadership for Jayhawks
Sherron Collins is making the transition from role player to leader just fine.
Salvation Army Toy Store fulfills Christmas wishes
The Salvation Army's toy store is making Christmas come true.
KU warns students and parents of rape danger
The university responds to a series of rapes, which began in 2004.
Mysterious powder at governor's office
The powder was determined to be safe. There have been similar reports at governor's offices across the country.
LHS girls whallop Wyandotte in KC tournament
The Lady Lions post 73 points, giving up only 19.
Eudora girls look to take Cardinal Invitational
Paola tops the Cardinals in the tournament hosted by Eudora High.
Humane Society gets 12 small-breed dogs from home in SE Kansas
Dogs rescued last week from a home in southeast Kansas are looking for new homes this holiday season.
Office Depot closings don't affect Lawrence
The retail chain is closing more than 100 stores, including one in Overland Park.
Coal decision upheld in appeal
But the state's Supreme Court could weigh in on the issue.
City, KU host second transit open house
Transit leaders are hearing from residents about how to improve public transportation.
Betty Baron, concerned citizen
Betty Baron thinks that routes need to be more direct to improve commute time.
Joe Pennewell, daily T rider
Joe Pennewell, an avid user of the city's transit system, thinks that more community input is needed to improve public transit.
Alan Black, retired KU professor of urban planning
Alan Black wants to improve the transit merger by adding more coverage and decreasing time between buses.
Janet Parker would like to see a late-night transit system that helps people get around at night.
Carol Grieb, volunteer, retiree
Carol Grieb wants to see a fixed bus route that stops at all of the major areas in Lawrence.
6Weather Afternoon Forecast: Dec. 11, 2008
Clouds will move through for the evening but a light north breeze will allow the temperature to drop off quickly to 24 degrees tonight.
Toy shop offers help and holiday cheer
Christmas is two weeks away and many local families are now sure they will have a happy holiday. The Salvation Army Toy Shop opened its doors on Thursday and volunteers were ready to spread the Yuletide cheer.
6Weather Morning Forecast: Dec. 11, 2008
We should see mostly sunny skies today with a high of 43 degrees. We'll have a warm weekend, but a cold front will bring chilly temperatures on Monday.
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