Advertisement

News

Stories for May 4, 2009

Subscribe

Lead stories

Early Morning

Pump N Run ‘n’ done

Iowa team ends K.C.’s mastery

All-Iowa Attack beat KC Pump N Run, 76-72, in the championship game of the 17-under division of the Jayhawk Invitational.

Stories

City Commission will consider future of KU football gameday shuttle

The future of a Kansas University football shuttle service that takes fans from downtown Lawrence to Memorial Stadium is up for discussion by the Lawrence City Commission on Tuesday. Commissioners are being asked by staff members to consider charging for the service, which last year was provided for free to users.

Thompson earns Big 12 player of week honors

Kansas University sophomore Tony Thompson on Monday earned the Big 12 player of the week award for games played April 27-May 3.

Recruit Wall charged with breaking and entering

One of the nation's most sought-after basketball recruits has been charged with a misdemeanor breaking and entering after police found him walking out of a vacant house in North Carolina, police said Monday.

Sorry, hoops-heads: Baseball king in this town

Lawrence long has been a basketball hotbed, but for natives and move-ins, it's a baseball town.

Tease photo

Pump N Run ‘n’ done

Iowa team ends K.C.’s mastery

All-Iowa Attack beat KC Pump N Run, 76-72, in the championship game of the 17-under division of the Jayhawk Invitational.

Sooners salvage finale

OU clips Kansas, 10-9 in 10 innings; Jayhawks still claim series, 2 games to 1

Oklahoma won the third game of its baseball series with Kansas, 10-9 in 10 innings.

Kansas softball falls in finale

Kansas University's softball team fell to Iowa State, 3-1, in the regular-season finale for both teams.

Tease photo

Big 12 South will remain football juggernaut

Don’t expect too many changes in Big 12 South football this fall. When the dust settled last season, Texas was fourth in the final Associated Press poll with a 12-1 record, Oklahoma (12-2) was fifth and runner-up to Florida in the national championship game, Texas Tech (11-2) finished 12th, and Oklahoma State (9-4) was 16th.

Kaun's squad second

Former Kansas University basketball center Sasha Kaun’s CSKA Moscow squad fell to Panathinaikos of Greece, 73-71, in Sunday’s Euroleague championship game in Berlin.