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Missing boy found
A family was reunited on Wednesday evening after an intense manhunt found a four-year-old boy that went missing that morning.
Published on February 27, 2008
Gunshot victim remains in intensive care
The Linwood girl who was shot in the head Saturday remained in intensive care on Wednesday night at Children's Mercy Hospital.
Student senate helps KU's bus budget
KU's bus system still has a budget deficit, however a decision by the student senate on Wednesday night reduced the red ink.
Statue takes brunt of rivalry
This weekend the rivalry between KU and K-State heats up again when the Wildcats come to town, but one Lawrence man hopes the rivalry won't boil over into his front yard again.
Lawmakers concerned over coal plants
Concerns over the future of the state's existing coal-fired power plants have some state lawmakers seeking to limit the power of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
State to add more advance voting locations
Douglas County residents looking to cast a vote before election day this fall will have more locations to choose from.
Douglas' retail sales falling behind Wyandotte's
Douglas County is locked in competition with Wyandotte for retail sales, and the Lawrence area is falling behind.
Young artists thrive at Liberty Hall after-school program
It was a chance to capitalize on idle hands, and idle hours, for local Junior High students today at Liberty Hall.
Longhorns sneak by Kansas
The KU women's basketball team fell to the Texas Longhorns on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.
Lady Lions advance over Eagles at sub-state
It was do-or-die for the Lawrence High School girl's basketball team on Wednesday night. The Lady Lions began their run in the 6A sub-state tournament.
Useless trivia from Allen Fieldhouse
Useless trivia with Kevin and Andrew.
Jayhawks twist up Cyclones
Winning on the road has been easier said than done lately for the Kansas men's basketball team. KU hit the road on Wednesday night to take on Iowa State.
Humane society covered
The Lawrence Humane Society is running out of space after receiving an overwhelming response to its request for blanket and linen donations.
Videocast for February 27