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 By DYLAN LYSEN    Regional    July 26, 2019

US-Iran tensions causing Iranian KU students 'a scary time'

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — As the relationship between the United States and Iran becomes increasingly hostile, some students at the University of Kansas are living in uncertainty, an Iranian student told the Lawrence Journal-World recently. However, a...

 
 By Dylan Lysen    Regional    May 30, 2019

Kansas plays role in new medical miniseries 'The Hot Zone'

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — A new television series focusing on how the U.S. Army dealt with the first outbreak of one of the most contagious and deadliest viruses on its soil features several University of Kansas and Kansas State University...

 
 By Dylan Lysen    Regional    April 7, 2019

Kansas researchers develop sexual assault response protocols

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — When it comes to responding to reports of sexual assault, response teams on college campuses face a set of barriers that prevent their work from being as effective as similar programs run by cities and counties, according to...

 
 By Dylan Lysen    Regional    March 1, 2019

Kansas program lets students get college degree in 3 years

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — University of Kansas programs allowing high school students to start their post-secondary education early are an "innovative" example of how universities can help address the rising cost of tuition, said Dennis Mullin,...

 

Kansas researcher helps find antibiotic-resistant bug

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — An antibiotic-resistant "superbug" that originated in India has been found in a remote part of the world by a group of researchers that includes a University of Kansas geology professor. Jennifer Roberts, chair of KU's...

 

Kansas celebrates 30 years of documented bald eagle nesting

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — About three decades ago, a remarkable ecological comeback started in Lawrence, local eagle biologist Mike Watkins said. For decades, Kansas had not documented a nesting location for bald eagles within its borders. But in...

 

Quantrill's raid on Lawrence appears in popular video game

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Once again, Lawrence's most famous historic event makes an appearance in popular culture. William Quantrill's attack on Lawrence makes a brief appearance in the extremely popular video game "Red Dead Redemption 2," a...

 

Ax-throwing business hopes to offer experience for Lawrence

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — James Marx lifted the sharp object with both arms behind his head before using the momentum of his body to throw it about 15 feet. The object, a light metal ax, made a "thwack" sound when it reached its destination, a wooden...

 

Toy car converted for child who struggles with mobility

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP, Sept. 30, 2016) — Strapped into a modified toy car built by four Manhattan High School students, Avery laughed as his father Sean Pozarek helped him drive around his living room one afternoon. The car will allow Avery, who is...

 

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