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For Kansas, practice makes better
After a week that featured ongoing discussion regarding discipline and practice for the Kansas men's basketball team, the KU men showed off how seven days on the practice court can benefit a young roster.
Published on December 21, 2008
New breathalyzer is a boon to local police
Law enforcement agencies have a new instrument to help battle drunk driving on area roads and highways.
Holidays pose challenge for eating disorders
Food and overindulging has become part of the holiday tradition. That can make the season a challenge for people with eating disorders.
New foundation spreading joy for cancer survivors
A new charity is all about helping breast cancer survivors catch a break over the holiday season.
LHS boys victorious in city showdown
Those who were lucky enough to catch round 1 of the city showdowns on Saturday night were in for a real treat.
Free State girls can't hold on against LHS
The Free State and Lawrence High School girls kicked off the city showdown Saturday night
KU chabad warms spirits with menorah lighting
A cold, dark night in Lawrence is a little brighter with the celebration of the Festival of Lights.
Menorah lit on first night of Hanukkah
Zalman Tiechtel, rabbi and executive director of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life, says the message of Hanukkah is universal.
Passenger rail expansion discussed
Supporters of passenger rails are climbing aboard a new study that could help establish service into Texas.
Sunday, December 21 weather at 10 p.m.
The forecast for Monday, December 22 calls for a high of 23 and a low of -2.
Turnovers doom KU women to loss
Sunday afternoon, the Kansas women were in California taking on UCLA.
Police continue search for suspect in shooting Saturday outside tavern
Police are looking for a suspect who shot at a car outside an east Lawrence bar early Saturday morning.
Water line break damages Hashinger Hall rooms
A KU residence hall is getting mopped up after a broken sprinkler head floods 15 rooms early Sunday morning.
County residents worried about stray bullets
After five-year-old Katherine Cook was hit with a stray bullet almost a year ago in Linwood, some rural Douglas County residents are worried about their own safety.
Water line break floods Hashinger Hall
Water from a broken sprinkler head caused "extensive" damage to Hashinger Hall early Sunday morning. Water flowed from the sixth floor to the first floor of the residence hall.
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