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Local store owner says targeting unfair
The owner of local business Sacred Journey says she was unfairly targeted by state and federal agents last week. Authorities raided the shop in connection with K2.
Published on February 12, 2010
Kansas Supreme Court won't reopen lawsuit
The highest court in the state says it will not reopen a lawsuit involving Kansas schools and budget issues. Justices said the lawsuit should be taken back to district courts.
Kansas families fight to regain lost aid
A disability rights group is urging legislators to restore a 10% cut to Medicaid. Some say it will be as much as six times more costly to prolong restoration.
Hundreds attend local health event
About 200 people attended the Go Red for Women Luncheon on Feb. 12 in Lawrence. The event raised $28,000 for the American Heart Association.
KU students shed light on oppression
KU students have put together a tour to help shed more light on the history of oppression during Black History Month. The tour aims to challenge people's perceptions of oppression.
Eudora woman sacrifices for family
A Eudora woman donated a kidney to her father-in-law to help save his life. Though the two are not related by blood, they consider themselves as close as other family members.
Overnight weather for February 12, 2010
The temperature will be hanging in the low 20s for the evening with patchy fog quite possible. The weather will begin to warm a little into the day Saturday.
Jayhawk collection on display
More than 1,000 Jayhawks of various forms are on display in the Kansas Union. The collection, which took more than $100,000 to build, may become a permanent fixture on the KU campus.
LHS boys crushed at home
The Lions put up a good fight against the top team for a while, but were ultimately blown out by Olathe East Friday. The final score favored the Hawks, 81-56.
LHS girls hit buzzer beater
The Lawrence High girls basketball team went down to the wire against Olathe East Friday. The Lions escaped with a two-point victory in the final seconds, 63-61.
Firebird girls handle Olathe NW
The Free State girls basketball team handled Olathe Northwest Friday. The Firebirds claimed a 49-31 victory.
Free State boys win in OT
The Free State boys basketball team won a tight contest in overtime Friday against Olathe Northwest. The Firebirds captured the 48-47 victory.
Blazers blast Cardinals
The Eudora High School boys basketball team got worked by Gardner-Edgerton Friday. The Cardinals fell 48-79.
Eudora girls demolished
The Eudora High girls basketball team barely challenged Gardner Friday. The Cardinals fell 14-57.
Piper girls best Bishop Ward
The Pirates took it to Bishop Ward Friday night. The girls posted a 61-43 victory.
Piper boys edge Bishop Ward
The Piper boys basketball team barely slipped by Bishop Ward Friday. The Pirates escaped with a 58-56 victory.
Jayhawks take on Cyclones in round two
The Jayhawks look to repeat an earlier performance against the Cyclones Saturday. Kansas won convincingly the first time the two met up in conference play. The two teams are currently at opposite ends of the conference table.
6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Feb. 12, 2010
Temperatures will warm into the lower 40s for your Saturday, but clouds will increase, with a slight chance for rain/snow Saturday, but better chances for light snow arriving Sunday.
6 Weather Morning Forecast for Feb. 12, 2010
Decreasing clouds for your Friday, with highs in the upper 30s. Expect light and variable winds. Partly cloudy for tonight, with a light north wind and lows in the lower to middle 20s.
GameDay Cram Session: Iowa State
KUSports.com online editor Jesse Newell and Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan take a look at what to expect from the Kansas basketball team's matchup against Iowa State.
"Kids in America" LipDub at Lawrence High
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