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Hawks headed to Final Four
The nets are gone, and the goal's just about out of here in Detroit. That's because Kansas is moving on to San Antonio and the Final Four.
Published on March 30, 2008
Crimson and blue take to the streets
Moments after today's big win, fans poured out into the street to celebrate.
Inspectors to assess Clinton Lake dam
It is a big inspection for one big pile of dirt. A team of engineers from across the country will be at the Clinton Lake dam on Tuesday to give a thorough inspection to the structure.
Residents to vote on local option budget
Voters in Lawrence head to the polls on Tuesday to decide whether to give the school board the authority to raise the local option budget and property taxes.
After rescue, racers continue adventure
A dozen people competing in an all-day adventure race at Clinton Lake were treated for hypothermia on Saturday after their boats capsized.
Traveling fans say Detroit worth the trip
Jayhawk Nation was out in force tonight, and those who traveled to Detroit are thrilled about making the trip to college basketball's biggest state.
Kansas makes it -- barely
The Kansas Jayhawks are headed to their 13th Final Four, although this one was in doubt until the very last minute.
KU baseball falls to Aggies
This afternoon Kansas and Texas A&M were back at Hoglund Ballpark for the final installment of this week's series.
KU tennis takes on OSU
After knocking off Oklahoma on Friday, today the Kansas tennis team returned against Oklahoma State.
Mass. celebration underway
Massachusetts Street turned into a tangle of triumph after Kansas University's Elite Eight victory over Davidson, sending the Jayhawks to the Final Four for the first time since 2003.
Ballplayers read 'Casey at the Bat'
Young baseball and softball players recite the classic poem.
Tour Downtown Detroit aboard the People Mover Train
Time Lapse Imagery by Thad Allender, audio by Nick Krug