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City considers charging for rec center use
Lawrence residents will be asked whether they would be willing to pay for parks and recreation services to avoid cutbacks.
Published on April 2, 2009
Taser controversy continues
Family members of a Lawrence man who died after Shawnee county sheriffs used a taser on him have filed a lawsuit seeking $100 million of damages.
Thursday, April 2 weather at 10 p.m.
The forecast for Friday, April 3 calls for a high of 61 degrees and a low of 27.
Sebelius continues confirmation hearings
After two days of hearings, it may be another two weeks before the state learns if it will have a new governor.
Lawrence kids take up charity
Lawrence youths are raising money for Big Brothers, Big Sisters with a "Gynormous Garage Sale"
Local teen earns statewide honor
Trei Dudley was named Kansas Youth of the Year by the Kansas Boys and Girls Club.
Basketball fans hop on the Bonnie bandwagon
The Kansas University women's basketball team is causing a postseason buzz this April by advancing to the WNIT final at 1 p.m. Saturday.
KU women's basketball advances to WNIT final
More than 8,300 fans witnessed Kansas University's women's basketball team defeat Illinois State in the WNIT semifinal Wednesday night.
New linebackers step up for KU football
The Kansas University football team is looking for some new linebackers nine days away from its annual Spring Game.
Little KU fan goes one-on-one with Mario Chalmers
One of KU's biggest little fans was flown to Miami for some one-on-one time with former KU standout Mario Chalmers.
KU baseball hosts Baylor
The Kansas University baseball team is 14-0 at home heading into a tough series this weekend against Baylor.
Finishing touches being put on Free State baseball field
Free State baseball is slated to host Blue Valley North at 5:30 p.m. Friday if construction crews can finish work on its field.
Commuter Forecast for April 2, 2009
Look out for strong winds, but skies should be clear with clouds breaking up and temperatures on the rise.
Thursday, April 2, 2009 afternoon weather
The rain has passed us, with temperatures sitting around 40 degrees. The clouds should move out for clear skies through Friday.
Sebelius testifies before second Senate panel
Health secretary nominee Kathleen Sebelius discussed the position with a Senate panel on Thursday.
Thursday, April 2, 2009 morning weather
The wet and cloudy conditions should push off throughout the day.
Commuter forecast, April 2, 2009
We're looking at wet conditions on the roads this morning. We'll have winds out of the north between 20-30 mph. No construction delays are expected.