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Students strive to clean up lake
Potter Lake is among the most picturesque and peaceful spots in Lawrence, but that beauty is often marred by litter. A pair of KU students wants to help clean up the trash the lake accumulates.
Published on March 12, 2008
Students learn lessons from drunken driving
Eighty five people die in alcohol related car crashes each day, and that same number of Free State High School students didn't talk or interact with friends on Wednesday.
Where have all the bills gone?
The Kansas legislative session is at its halfway point, and at least one controversial bill may go up in smoke.
Microburst reaches two year anniversary
It was two years ago, Lawrence residents were cleaning up from one of the most destructive storms in the city's history.
Advance voting begins for school budget
Advance voting began on Wednesday for the Lawrence school board's request to raise their local option budget.
KU student cycling across country for charity
Many people enjoy a nice bike ride every now and then, but how about one that spans the entire country? One Lawrence woman is doing just that, and for a good cause.
Last Call eviction case delayed
Attorneys for the group attempting to evict the owner of the former downtown Lawrence night club, Last Call, from his New Hampshire street location have asked for a delay in the case.
ISU shocks top seeded KSU women
The Iowa State women's basketball team knocked off the top seeded KSU Wildcats in the women's Big 12 Tournament on Wednesday.
2009 tourney to start early
The Big 12 made the decision months ago to start the 2009 Big 12 Tournament a day earlier.
A&M too much for Mizzou women
Texas A&M defeated Missouri in the women's 2008 Big 12 Tournament
KU football starts spring practice
The KU football team started spring practice on Wednesday.
KU women's title hopes dashed by Cowboys
The KU women's basketball team's hopes for a Big 12 Tournament title came to an end after falling to Oklahoma State on Wednesday.
Rush's field goal percentage lagging
KU guard Brandon Rush has the lowest field goal percentage of the five Jayhawk starters at 41 percent.
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