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City cracking down on sale of drug paraphernalia
Local law enforcement officials announced a crackdown on convenience stores and other retail shops selling illegal drug paraphernalia.
Published on January 10, 2008
Highway 59 hit-and-run defendant has new attorney
A woman charged with running into and killing two highway workers along Highway 59 last year now has a new attorney.
Police still looking for liquor store robbers
The reward for information leading to arrests in the recent robberies of two Lawrence liquor stores has increased to $3000.
Campus, Lawrence authorities run crisis simulation
KU administrators and safety officers joined up with campus and Lawrence police to take on a three-day course on preparing for critical incidents in the area.
Extra officers on patrol Saturday night
If you're hitting the roads in or around Lawrence tomorrow, be warned: extra officers will be on patrol.
Local business leaders support sewer plant
More than 100 builders, bankers and business boosters were encouraged to raise a stink about the city's possible delayed construction of a new sewage treatment plant.
Kansas to open first state-sponsored casinos
As Kansas moves toward state-sponsored casino gambling, officials pledged to keep a close -- and clean -- eye on the proceedings.
Heritage group to promote Civil War history
Members of the Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area have raised about $200,000 of the $300,000 they need to develop a plan for how to promote the area's Civil War history.
Potholes can cause severe damage
Everyone knows winter weather means poor driving conditions, but your daily commute could be doing more damage to your car than you think.
Students knitting for the needy
A program called 'The Knitting Teach-In' began Monday at Central Junior High as a way for students to give back to the community.
ROTC instructors fire Civil War guns during history course
They're the guns that won the Civil War and the American West, and today their modern-day replicas get a workout.
Hawks prep for Big 12 season
Fifteen games down, sixteen conference match-ups to go: the Big 12 season gets underway for the undefeated Kansas men in less than 48 hours.
Boschee follows Williams' lead
Former Kansas guard Jeff Boschee was back in Lawrence last night as the head man of the Barstow Knights. Boschee's coaching path mirrors that of his mentor Roy Williams.
KU's greatest hits: a look at the 2007-08 football season
2007-2008 was easily the most successful season in Kansas football history. Tonight we look back at the most memorable play from each of KU's 13 games. Kevin Romary breaks down the list.
Mario good to go
Mario Chalmers' tweaked groin muscle is feeling much better. He will play against the Cornhuskers after sitting out Tuesday's win over Loyola.
Boschee on Roy: 'I just copy whatever he did'
Once a player, now a coach: that's the story for former KU sharpshooter Jeff Boschee.
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