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City salt supply dwindles
As the snow falls, salt supplies continue to dwindle in the city's street maintenance department.
Published on January 30, 2008
KU fan Jayhawks' lucky charm?
One Lawrence resident has been to every match-up between KU and K-State in Manhattan since the Jayhawks' winning streak began 24 years ago.
24 years coming: Jayhawks fall to K-State
Until tonight, KU had taken a bite out of the Little Apple and defeated Kansas State in Manhattan every season for 24 years.
WiKUpedia up and running
A group of KU students have launched an editable reference Web site about all things KU called <a href="http://www.connectku.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page">WiKUpedia</a>.
Bills would allow coal plants, limit CO2
Kansas legislators introduced bills on Wednesday to set the state's first limits on carbon dioxide emissions, but allow two coal-fired power plants to be built in western Kansas.
2008 "Year of the Heart"
You may think of hearts around Valentine's Day, but the governor wants you to think about them all year long.
Couples celebrate family additions despite weather
They say good things come in threes, but you've probably never seen anything quite like this.
New home of KU football under construction
6Sports reporter Kevin Romary takes us on a tour of the new football facility at KU.
Firebirds take on Savannah
Some unfriendly December weather forced the Free State girls basketball team to delay their match-up with Savannah. Tonight, the Firebirds finally got their chance.
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