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Sixty-six students will be recognized for earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas School of Engineering at the school's 2013 fall recognition ceremony Saturday, Dec. 14, at Murphy Hall.
Back in October, Steveningen had a diary about a San Antonio judge switching from the GOP to the Democratic ticket.
Scientists from Case Western Reserve University and University of Kansas Medical Center have restored behavior-in this case, the ability to reach through a narrow opening and grasp food-using a neural prosthesis in a rat model of brain injury.
Lawrence Police Officers are currently seeking information on the whereabouts of a University of Kansas student last seen early Saturday morning in central Lawrence.
For each of the past six Christmases, musician and Topeka native Sam Billen has put together a special musical album featuring fellow musicians who gave their talents in an effort to brighten people's holidays.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that 58-year-old Lisa Clark was thrown from her horse in early October.
After nearly a year of discussion, the Faculty Senate at the University of Kansas has approved a post-tenure review policy.
If the law known as Obamacare gets struck down in the latest court challenge, the victors will thank a Hudson resident and Case Western Reserve University law professor who discovered what the law's critics say is a major flaw.
For the past seven years, I have been trumpeting the abilities of Travis Perret for curing the various pains that afflict anglers.
Paul Atchley, professor of psychology at University of Kansas, is available to speak with reporters about the recent, fatal Metro-North derailment in New York City.
Or put it this way: I'm sadder but wiser. There's a story I've always liked, and employed.
Researchers at the University of Kansas show a link between water bottles and migraine headaches may exist.
Sheriff Kirby and Debby Brumby of Goliad announce the engagement of their daughter, Lorel Elizabeth Brumby, to Brandon Reed Blain, son of Letha and Robert Blain of Meyersville.