Videos for April 6, 2007

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Concealed weapons could soon be allowed at your child's sporting events

A bill passed by Kansas Legislature arrived at the Governor's office today that would allow you to carry a concealed weapon - with a permit - in city parks and playing fields.

Published on April 6, 2007

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Lawsuit between Wal-Mart and the city of Lawrence is still a go

Attorney's for the two sides met in court Friday to discuss the upcoming trial over Wal-Mart's plans to build a store at 6th and Wakarusa.

Published on April 6, 2007

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Domestic Partnership Registry proposal clears a legal hurdle on Friday

Kansas Attorney General Paul Morrison today released a legal opinion saying a proposed Domestic Partnership Registry program is not in conflict with the Kansas Constitution.

Published on April 6, 2007

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Ballots from Tuesday's elections are now official

All of the ballots from Tuesday's City Commission and School Board elections are now official - and the results remain unchanged.

Published on April 6, 2007

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Local artist making a 'buzz' with preservation efforts

Crop artist Stan Herd is teaming with KU's Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department to create a two-acre portrait of a butterfly that will be planted in the ground this summer at Pendleton's Country Market East of Lawrence.

Published on April 6, 2007

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Cold weather couldn't stop 'Pride Week' at KU from getting a bit louder today

Though the event was forced indoors due to the cold weather, members of KU's 'Queer and Allies' put on the '14th Annual Brown Bag Drag Show.'

Published on April 6, 2007

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Army National Guard Unit prepares for second term in Iraq

An Army National Guard Unit is about to go back to Iraq for the second time. That's a first for the guard - and a possible sign of the growing strain the war is putting on the US Military.

Published on April 6, 2007

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KU Baseball team rolls over Texas

The Kansas Jayhawks easily took care of the Texas Longhorns on the diamond today, winning 14-6.

Published on April 6, 2007

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A&M coach Billy Gillispie heads to Kentucky; KSU vacancy filled

Big 12 coaches are heading elsewhere! Billy Gillispie has decided to leave Texas A&M to coach at Kentucky a day after Bob Huggins announced he was leaving the conference. K-State wasted little time announcing Frank Martin as their new head coach today.

Published on April 6, 2007

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6News Now

Videocast for April 6

Published on April 6, 2007

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Stephen Hill, president of Bowersock Mills and Power Co., discusses Thursday's tour and potential for expansion.

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Hill describes his company's plant at the northern edge of downtown, and the history of the company

Published on April 6, 2007

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Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson discusses how it feels to hold statewide office after switching his party affiliation from Republican to Democrat.

Published on April 6, 2007