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LHS robots ready to rumble
Local students are gearing up for a fierce competition, and they'll have to drive their way to victory. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on the mechanics of the Lawrence High Robotics Team.
Published on February 18, 2008
Last Call shooting suspect awaits extradition
A man wanted in connection with a shooting outside a Lawrence nightclub earlier this month remains in a Kentucky jail.
City to examine Bauer Farm development
City commissioners will debate taxes and traffic as part of a proposed shopping center development in northwest Lawrence.
Coal plant approval halfway through House
A bill allowing two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas wins first-round approval in the House.
KU paleontologists to appear on PBS
Two KU scientists are going on television to offer their answer to an ongoing scientific debate: which came first, dinosaurs or birds?
Employee health clinic lowers costs for local business
A Lawrence production center is working to close the door on rising health care costs.
Move boosts ArtStar's career interests
Alex Kim didn't think art could be a career for him until he moved to the United States. Journal-World features editor Terry Rombeck tells us about the ArtStar winner for February.
Lawrence resident wants to be a millionaire
A Lawrence film critic is using his knowledge of movies in hopes of winning one million dollars.
Isiah Barfield gives tonight's KidCast.
Hawks shut down CU's Roby
The first time the Kansas men saw Colorado's Richard Roby this season, the Buffaloes' guard was dominant. That was not the case on Saturday.
Tokarcyzk takes Hawks to top
The Jayhawk tennis team's current success dates back farther than their Saturday shut-out of UMKC. Less than 10 days again, freshman Magdalena Tokarcyzk was promoted to #1.
Former KU players, coaches return for party, win
It was a celebration 110 years in the making and the kind of turnout the University of Kansas could only dream about.
McCray seals the deal
On Sunday the Kansas women's basketball team pulled out another victory at Allen Fieldhouse.
Lady Cardinals roll Atchison
Eudora hosted a make-up double header against Atchison tonight.
Eudora boys get the job done
The Cardinal boys tried to make it a double-header sweep tonight against Atchison.
Videocast for February 18
Jayhawker Signature Seafood Plate, $7.95-$9.95.
· All Jayhawker specials are prepared from fresh ingredients ...
Six Mile Chop House
Lobster Po' Boy
· Hoagie roll piled high with fresh lobster, lettuce, ...
Henry T's Bar & Grill
Big Beef Sancho with Mexican Rice
· Most of our menu items can be prepared ...
Bird Dog Bar
Chef's Choice, $8.95-$12.95
· All Bird Dog specials are prepared from fresh ...
· Bigg's Barbeque Western Burger $8.99 Twin quarter pound ...
Mi Ranchito Cocina Cantina Mexicana
Shrimp & Crab Enchiladas
· Delicious shrimp and crab cream cheese filling wrapped ...