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Hit-and-run driver sentenced
A Lawrence man will serve three months behind bars for his role in a 2006 fatal hit-and-run near downtown Lawrence.
Published on March 24, 2008
Lawrence police hunt serial rapist
Police are working to crack the case of a possible serial rapist preying on young women here in Lawrence.
Lecompton home destroyed in fire
A fire ravages a rural Lecompton home. Luckily, no one was injured in the blaze.
City, county to discuss 31st St. extension
Douglas County commissioners want a joint meeting with the Lawrence City Commission to discuss extending 31st street from Haskell Avenue east to O'Connell Road.
Potential Farmland plant buyers back out
New information emerges today on a private company wanting to redevelop the former Farmland Industries plant into a biodiesel and ethanol center.
District plans ahead for school growth
School boundaries remain stable for the next school year, but overcrowding and population growth are causing the district to look closely at elementary schools. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more.
Senate committee approves state smoking ban
A statewide ban on smoking is revived after appearing dead in recent days.
State leaders rally in support of Sunflower plants
A new proposal for allowing two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas emerges from a House committee.
Justin Smith gives tonight's KidCast.
Hawks head to Sweet 16
For the second straight year, the Kansas men's basketball team is still alive for the second weekend of the NCAA tournament.
Villanova preps for KU
Villanova sophomore Scottie Reynold and head coach Jay Wright talk about their upcoming battle with the Jayhawks.
KU women advance
The Kansas women's basketball team hits the hardwood tonight for the second round of the WNIT.
Videocast for March 24
Interview with ... John Mitchell
John Mitchell, interim director of environment for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, outlines the environmental conditions of the 467-acre site at the southeastern edge of Lawrence.
Interview with ... Lawrence Mayor Sue Hack
Lawrence Mayor Sue Hack reviews the efforts city officials are making to acquire the property through the U.S.
Interview with ... Beth Johnson
Beth Johnson, vice president for economic development at the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, discusses the the
site's future potential as a business park.
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