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Haskell student survives crash, tragedy to graduate
One Haskell graduate never thought she'd see this day; in fact, Willow Jack almost didn't.
Published on May 9, 2008
Haskell honors record number
Haskell Indian Nations University honors a record number of graduates during its Spring Commencement ceremony.
City considers tax for T
With future funding of the Lawrence transit system up in the air, one city commissioner is ready to begin looking at unique alternatives. 6News reporter Chad Lawhorn is in the News Center with more.
Proposed crosswalk could endanger bikers
Plans for a pedestrian crosswalk on a busy Lawrence street have hit a road block. 6News reporter Jesse Fray has more.
Topeka woman pleads no contest in aiding Last Call shooter
Tonight: a no contest plea for a Topeka woman accused of attempting to aid a felon in connection with a Lawrence night club shooting.
Westar bills could go up
Westar Energy customers in Lawrence and across the state could see an increase in their electric bills next month.
Forever Stamps selling fast
The price of stamps goes up a penny Monday, and it's meant booming business for the Lawrence post office.
Local mail carriers to take part in nationwide food drive
Mail carriers and local food pantries are teaming up to support those in need in the community tomorrow.
Barbecue cook-off begins tomorrow
Broken Arrow Park started filling with the aroma of sweet and spicy barbecue meats this afternoon as 48 teams rolled in their smokers to prepare for the 10th annual Sertoma 48 Barbecue Cook-Off tomorrow.
Hy-Vee to host weather day tomorrow
6News meteorologist Jennifer Schack will be at both Hy-Vee stores tomorrow to answer weather questions.
Tigers break KU baseball streak
Any time there's a Kansas-Missouri matchup on the table, there's always promise to be a heated rivalry.
KU to face Tigers
The Kansas baseball team enters its weekend homestand winners of four straight games in Big 12 play. The streak started with a win over #14 Missouri last Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium.
Firebirds squeeze past LHS baseball
The Free State High baseball team wrapped up a season sweep of crosstown rival Lawrence High last night.
Loss drops Lions to 9-9
As for the Lawrence High baseball team, last night's city showdown drops the Lions to 9 and 9 overall.
Pioneers blank FSHS soccer
The Free State soccer team hosted Leavenworth this afternoon.
LHS soccer trumps Trojans
The Lawrence High ladies were also busy tonight, playing host to the Trojans of Topeka High.
Old German Baptist Brethren conference comes to Baldwin
Charles Beeghley is hosting the annual conference of the Old German Baptist Brethren, the first in Douglas County since 1970.
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