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Authorities investigate deaths in industrial accident
Family members speak of people who loved spending time with their families.
Published on April 2, 2010
Fire chief satisfied with response after accident
Fire chief Mark Bradford says his firefighters performed well when dealing with Thursday's industrial accident.
Kappa Kappa Gamma evacuated after smoke discovered
Members of the sorority were sent home for the weekend until firefighters could discover the cause of the smoke.
Driver pleads guilty to hit-and-run in October
Joel Hernandez admitted to driving drunk and hitting a 20-year-old Kansas University student in October. He will be sentenced on May 20.
Police release suspect in murder
Police said they needed more information in the case.
Tea party stops in Topeka
Jerry Moran and Todd Tiahrt spoke to the group rallying in the capital.
Local business owner used to construction
Johnny's owner Rick Renfro is happy the intersection at 2nd and Locust streets is now open, but knows the planned construction at the interstate will hamper business as well.
Attorney general won't challenge health care reform
Kansas Attorney General Steve Six says it would be fiscally irresponsible to challenge health care reform because he thinks the case would fail.
Overnight weather for April 2, 2010
The weather will be chilly overnight but in the 60s during the day. Look for temperatures in the 80s later this week.
State hopes rebuilding roads will boost economy
The state hopes a plan to rebuild highways around the state will provide jobs and keep the highways in good condition.
Plans submitted for apartments near downtown
The building would be seven stories tall and on the corner of Ninth and New Hampshire streets.
KU Athletics assuring ticket issue won't affect donors
Kansas Athletics sent an e-mail to donors assuring them no money had been stolen, the point system worked and there were no problems with the NCAA.
KU baseball loses to A&M
The Jayhawks lost their second game in their series against the Aggies 6 to 4.
Jayhawks fall to Longhorns
Kansas softball lost 7-0 to No. 17 Texas.
Collins wins player of the year
Sherron Collins was awarded the inaugural Lute Olsen Player of the Year award.
Jayhawk soccer player goes pro
Estelle Johnson, a former KU soccer player, signed on with Philadelphia Independence, which makes her the first player ever to play with the Women's Professional Soccer League.
Bradley McDougald happy to play on offense
McDougald originally wanted to go to Ohio State, but the prospect of playing offense at KU drew him to Kansas. He's now a sophomore wide receiver.
Dalmatians descend on Lawrence
More than 200 dalmatians will be shown on Sunday for the Dalmatian Club of America.
Commuter Forecast for April 2, 2010
After Friday afternoon's showers, the evening commuter should be a little easier. Expect a few delays near the east Lawrence interchange.
6 Weather Evening Forecast for April 2, 2010
Thunderstorms passed quickly through the area on Friday, clearing the skies for the evening. Temperatures will cool down to 53 degrees by 9 p.m.
6 Weather Morning Forecast for April 2, 2010
Expect showers throughout Friday. Storms and clouds should clear out by the evening, making way for mostly sunny skies for the weekend.
You'll have breezy conditions again on your drive to work this morning with chances for showers and storms later in the day.
MPAA President and Wichita native Dan Glickman on River City Weekly
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