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Arrest of couple for sexual abuse of children prompts further investigations
A local psychologist says that now is the time to talk to your children about sexual abuse.
Published on June 4, 2010
Governor says he's concerned about ticket scandal
Parkinson said he will meet with Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little soon.
Barbara Ballard will file for re-election this week
Ballard serves the 44th District, which covers parts of west and central Lawrence.
Mike Gaughan will file for election this week
Gaughan, who was appointed to his position, is filing for election to the first commissioner district.
Ironman event brings people from all over to Lawrence
Many experienced athletes will finish Sunday morning's race in less than six hours.
First lady of Kansas challenges students to read this summer
Stacy Parkinson is posing the Scholastic Summer Challenge to schoolchildren, which asks them to read four books during the summer.
20/20 anchor takes a look at children in controversial Topeka church
The anchor interviewed a 7-year-old whose family is part of Westboro Baptist Church.
Overnight weather for June 5, 2010
Tonight the temperatures will be in the low 70s, but storms will stay north. Tomorrow the high is 94 with the possibility of late storms.
Lemonade stand benefits children with cancer
Alex's Lemonade Stand, which was at Hy-Vee today and will return tomorrow, raises money for children who have cancer.
Ironman athlete preparing for event without her partner
Jessica Bell trained for the Ironman last year with her husband. This year, he's away in Iraq, and she's training and racing alone.
Lawrence Raiders debut summer season in Omaha
The baseball team played Omaha Westside.
Big 12 reportedly to stay intact
After meetings this week, the Big 12 commissioner said he was encouraged with the response to keeping the conference together. Sports writer Matt Tait weighs in on the situation.
KU thrower recognized for successful season
Mason Finley was named the Midwest Region Field Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
New law meant to caution renovators of lead paint
A federal law enacted last month requires a certificate for renovation work done on structures built before 1978 because of the possibility of lead paint in the building.
6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for June 4, 2010
Our chances for storms picks up during the afternoon and evening with periodic storms possible into early Saturday. A few of these storms could bring hail and gusty wind. Your overnight lows will drop to a muggy 73 degrees.
Governor 'disturbed' by KU scandal
Gov. Mark Parkinson on Friday said he is “very disturbed” about the ticket scandal at Kansas University athletic department.
Commuter forecast for June 4, 2010
Watch out for morning showers and roadwork this morning.
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