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Published on September 12, 2010
School board considering wellness campus
The area would include a gym and a lake, and could cost as much as $25 million.
Fundraiser set for scholarship memorializing dance teacher
Janet Hamburg, a KU dance professor who recently died in New York City, will be honored by the scholarship. The fundraiser takes place on Sept. 23 at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Police investigating gunshots fired downtown
Police heard gunshots fired at 10th and New Hampshire streets early Sunday morning, but do not yet have a suspect.
Annual art festival draws 170 vendors
The festival in South Park featured art from area artists and fair food, such as funnel cake.
Interfaith ceremony demonstrates unity among Lawrence faiths
The ceremony at Plymouth Congregational Church brought Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders together.
Energy conservation fair reveals new meters
Westar displayed new smart meters, which will help homeowners cut down on costs.
Lawrence transit wins two Kansas awards
The bus system won Transit System of the Year.
Kansas governor candidates debate at state fair
Democrat Tom Holland and Republican Sam Brownback debated in front of a crowd at the state fair in Hutchinson this weekend.
Topeka group hoping to change regulations on wind turbines
There's only one turbine in Topeka right now because of a height restriction of 62 feet. One group is trying to raise that height to increase the cost effectiveness of having a turbine.
Renting textbooks becoming more viable option for students
Traditional bookstores are having to change their ways to compete with the option to rent textbooks.
KU breaks eight-game losing streak with Georgia Tech win
The Jayhawks shocked the nation and KU fans with a victory against No. 15 Georgia Tech Saturday.
KU volleyball sweeps Arkansas-Little Rock
The win was coach Ray Bechard's 199th.
Haskell football has disappointing day against Southern Nazarene
Haskell's 70-0 loss put the team at 0-3 for the season.
Ride for the Red raises more than $30K
The motorcycle ride went 127 miles through the Flint Hills and ended in Topeka.
Morning weather for September 12, 2010
A view from the 6News TowerCam.
Police investigate gunshots
Sounds of gunshots rang out in the 1000 block of New Hampshire early Sunday morning.
Overnight weather for September 12, 2010
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