29 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: Graffiti artists strike the new lofts in downtown Lawrence, vandals attack a prize-winning Christmas light display, and Westar announces rate increases.
28 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: A popular downtown bar attracts increased attention from the police, unseasonably warm weather heats up Lawrence, and a server on the KU campus is shut down due to security concerns.
26 December 2005
On the 6 News Nightcast: As Asia recovers from the devastating tsunami one year ago, a Lawrence woman works to create her own memorial for the victims.
26 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: The community gathers to celebrate Christmas, the post office issues a warning about a holiday scam, and over 100 local children are looking for role models.
23 December 2005
Coming up on 6News, three families displaced by Hurricane Katrina strive to rebuild and with the help of the community, they inch ever closer. Plus, with the deadline just hours away, the Salvation Army hopes for a Christmas miracle. Now to our top story, Kansas University's football team is getting national attention tonight for its outstanding play in the Fort Worth Bowl.
22 December 2005
Coming up on 6News, Lawrence is being considered as the site for a major business expansion, possibly bringing a dozen more jobs. And a Douglas County District Court judge hands down his ruling following a local business owner's request that the city's smoking ban be suspended. Now to our top story, a three-vehicle collision at a downtown Lawrence intersection becomes the second fatal accident within city limits this year.
22 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: Lawrence will not be seeing a White Christmas this year, a local group is working to make sure low-income families keep the heat this winter, and city leaders set their sights on a logn-term vision for Lawrence.
21 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: Dozens of dogs and cats are regaining their health weeks after being seized from a shelter in Miami County, a federal judge says a Pennsylvania school district violated the First Amendment by teaching intelligent design in public schools, and the City Commission discusses a proposal for a Lawrence sports complex.
19 December 2005
Coming up on 6News, Lawrence Chamber officials welcome a new member to their team whose knowledge could prove beneficial to the community. Plus, an extensive study is in the forecast for the city's sewer system. Now to our top story, good news came today for some displaced Kansas University students as Tulane University opens its doors.
18 December 2005
Straight ahead on 6News Sunday, a half dozen protestors chain themselves to a navy recruiting center. And it was a bad weekend for motorists as Mother Nature sends another winter blast across Kansas. Now to our top story, an agency with limited resources is getting a chance to branch out.
16 December 2005
Coming up on 6News, community members rush to the aid of a local family who was struggling to pay their towing bill. Plus, a local resident's interesting find at the bottom of Douglas County Lake leaves many unanswered questions. And later in sports, the Hy-Vee High School Game of the Week makes a pit stop in Piper.
15 December 2005
Straight ahead on 6News, we'll bring you the latest on a daring bank robbery that happened in broad daylight. And local police foiled what is believed to have been a planned robbery of a Eudora convenience store. Now to our top story, for months city leaders have discussed getting the community involved in charting out Lawrence's growth.
15 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: A major resource for Lawrence recyclers reopens, school planners look to monitor future classrooms' sizes, and area charities hope to spread some holiday cheer thanks to local generosity.
14 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: A standard license renewal for the Lawrence Homeless Shelter turns into a debate over the city's character, teenage elves with a literary flair rescue the Lawrence Post Office from the flood of holiday letters, and city leaders want to change the way Lawrence plans for future expansion.
12 December 2005
Coming up on 6News, we will take a look at the effects that good and bad planning decisions have had on present day Lawrence. And neighbors point to police dispatch records in the efforts to get the city to provide more oversight to a local shelter. Now to our top story, more than $1 million was slashed tonight from the Lawrence school district's budget.
11 December 2005
Coming up on 6News Sunday, the newest winner of 'Survivor' is Tonganoxie resident Danni Boatwright. We'll have more from her friends back home later in the newscast. And a family member's love for the things that light up Christmas is remembered in a way everyone can see. Now to our top story, city projections estimate that in 25 years, another 50,000 people will move to Lawrence bringing with them a host of planning challenges
9 December 2005
Straight ahead on 6News, area paramedics honor a coworker after an accident on Monday turned deadly. Plus, if you have a telephone and a bank account stay tuned because what we tell you could save you from being a victim of a local scam. Now to our top story, Kansas University professor Paul Mirecki says the university forced him to resign from his position as chair of the religious studies department and now he's taking action.
8 December 2005
Straight ahead on your local news. When temperatures drop car thefts in Lawrence rise. We'll explain the connection. And an all-volunteer program that gives Lawrence's elederly and disabled free snow removal service is on ice. Find out why in a few minutes. Road crews have been working round the clock to make way for traffic, but last night's snow is still causing problems.
8 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: After weeks of controversy, and even an alleged altercation, KU professor Paul Mirecki is no longer in charge of the religious studies department. Plus, while it may be fun for some, city and county road crews are having a hard time keeping up with Mother Nature as a winter storm blankets the area.
6 December 2005
On the 6News Nightcast: A judge resentences two men convicted of raping a 13-year-old, Lawrence city commissioners are asked to make the walk to school a little safer for Sunflower Elementary students, and the Douglas County Sheriff's Department releases new information about the alleged beating of KU professor Paul Mirecki.