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Published on February 18, 2009
KU overpowers ISU at Allen Fieldhouse
Kansas defeated Iowa State 72-55 and is now 21-5 overall. They are currently 10-1 in Big 12 play, one game behind conference leader Oklahoma.
Attorney general wants to keep death penalty
The Kansas attorney general has spoken out in favor of keeping the state's death penalty.
Haskell instructor gets $30,000 fellowship
One instructor in town will receive a major fellowship to finish his doctorate.
Fire leaves resident homeless again
A Lawrence musician is homeless after a fire destroyed his home last week.
Stores introduce new nutrition info
A local grocery store is looking to make nutritional information a little more user-friendly
21 geese were shot, officer concludes
It appears that nearly two dozen dead geese found in a creek southeast of Lawrence were shot with a shotgun.
Notables shop for farming awareness
Five lucky shoppers took part in the Race for Hunger this morning at the Hy-Vee on Clinton Parkway.
State funds are flowing again
State leaders approved moving $220 million into the state's main bank account from other accounts.
Pedestrian signals set for Ninth Street
Lawrence pedestrians are about to get a double-dose of power at the touch of a button.
Royals begin spring training
Spring training is underway for the Kansas City Royals. The boys in blue had their first full-squad workout today in Surprise, Ariz.
Gov. Sebelius said to be Obama's choice for Health and Human Services
Governor Kathleen Sebelius is possibly heading to Washington to join the administration of President Barack Obama.
Shoe repairs gain footing in hard times
If the shoe fits, why buy a new one? Repairing old shoes could put money in your pocket.
Visitors spend high amount on Lawrence businesses
Almost 780,000 people visited Lawrence last year, and they spent more than $57 million while they were here.
Lawrence Children's Choir
The Lawrence Children's Choir rehearses for a March 1, 2009, performance in Lawrence.
Jenkins visits Lawrence, criticizes stimulus bill
U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, R-Topeka, visited Cottonwood Inc. in Lawrence on Wednesday.
A Unique Space
Lawrence residents Jim and Thelma Taylor talk about how they make use of their home, which consists of eight living levels.
6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Feb. 18, 2009
The clouds continue to pour in as a system brings come cold air across the area. Not much moisture is expected for the next 24 hours, but the wind will keep winter around.
Commuter Forecast for Feb. 18, 2009
A bit of wind to contend with during this afternoon's commute, but other than that the roads should be clear.
Race Against Hunger fills grocery aisles
Local personalities take part in a Race for Hunger in the Hy-Vee on Clinton Parkway as part of a Farm Bureau charitable event.
6 Weather Morning Forecast for Feb. 18, 2009
A slim chance of light showers and snowflakes are possible for the early part of the day with a cold north wind between 15-30 mph.
Commuter forecast, February 18, 2009
It's going to be a cold commute this morning.