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6News Podcast for 03-26-06

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Sunday, March 26, 2006

It's one of the nations most important and abundant commodities, yet power plants are short on coal reserves. The fuel that fired the Industrial Revolution is still just as important today as it was then. Police were called to Quizno's around 4 p.m. Sunday. According to Police, the man sat in the shop for some time before approaching a clerk at the register, asking for change. A family of two is homeless after a fire broke out in their basement last Saturday night. Crews arrived at the two thousand block of Melholland Road around 9 p.m. Environmental clean-up at the Defunct Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant site will get underway in Earnest this spring. The process will proceed quickly, according to officials with international risk group, the firm tasked with he clean-up effort. Lynda Canaday isn't your typical KU freshman. For starters she's an accomplished classical and operatic singer. A few years ago, Canaday was in a wheelchair and found out she could not have children, but in her darkest depression music was her savior. In Saturday's double-header against Nebraska, the KU baseball team dropped both games, which would ultimately mean a series loss. This upcoming season there are many holes to fill on the KU football team. One of the most popular battles going on right now is the quarterback race. The KU tennis team continued its winning ways this weekend by knocking off both UMKC and St. Louis Saturday at First Serve Tennis Center.

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