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Runnin' Rebel doesn't scare Jayhawk fans
KU's basketball team has a date with the University of Nevada Las Vegas tomorrow. 6News reporter Jonathan Kealing hit the streets of downtown Lawrence to find out what Jayhawk fans know about the upcoming opposition.
Published on March 21, 2008
Man dyes hair MU colors after losing bet
John Ross is a man of his word, even if it means hurting his KU pride.
Price sentencing delayed again
Sentencing is once again delayed for a man involved in the 2005 murder of a retired jeweler.
Gov. Sebelius vetoes coal plant bill
As expected, Governor Kathleen Sebelius vetoes a bill that would allow two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas.
Car crashes into house
A quiet night of watching TV was interrupted for a Lawrence man yesterday when a Mustang came barreling through the front room of his house.
City leaders likely to support outdoor concert
Lawrence city commissioners will consider rocking out during their next meeting.
Jefferson County sheriff decides not to run again
There will be a new sheriff in town as a familiar face is calling it quits in Jefferson County.
City to host multiple egg hunts
Peter Cottontail will make an appearance in Lawrence tomorrow at two egg extravaganzas.
Explore the Qwest Center with DJ
DJ Whetter goes inside the wardrobe room in the Qwest Center to see what happens behind the scene with the Jayhawk uniforms.
Practice, games make it hard for Hawks to enjoy tournament
No game today for the Kansas Jayhawks, only practice, but lots of other games going on across the nation.
Kruger: KU 'bigger, more athletic, deeper" than most teams
UNLV coach Lon Kruger talks to the media about facing Kansas tomorrow.
KU, UNLV both on tournament-win streaks
Five games in nine days: it's something that both Kansas and UNLV will have to deal with in the second round tomorrow in Omaha.
Jayhawks better be ready for Rebels
Coming up tomorrow, it's #1-seeded Kansas versus #8-seeded UNLV. Sounds easy, right? Well, remember 1998?
Former Wildcat eager for David-Goliath match-up
Back in 1975, Lon Kruger graduated from Kansas State. Eleven years later, he returned to his alma mater to take over the head men's basketball coaching position.
Accident on Randall Road
The 2000 Mustang that crashed into the duplex just after 12 a.m. Friday in the 1300 block of Randall Rd.
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