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Videos for April 12, 2007

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New City Commission looking into settling Wal-Mart suit

The Lawrence City Commission is testing the waters for a possible settlement in the lawsuit over a proposed Wal-Mart store at 6th Street and Wakarusa Drive.

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Downtown Lawrence Inc. looking to spice up summer with film series

Downtown Lawrence Inc. is partnering with the city's Parks and Recreations Department on a new downtown film series.

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Lawrence police investigating possible hate crime

According to Lawrence police, around 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon, a man was beaten in broad daylight while walking downtown.

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'Matrix' program looking to make math fun for low-performing students

Lawrence is one of just a handful of school districts in the country trying out a new program to help improve math scores of low-performing students.

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Kansas students head to Lawrence to compete in annual film festival

Students from all over N.E. Kansas compete this week in the 'Lawrence High School Focus Film Festival.'

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Lawrence Board of Realtors adding onto headquarters building

The Lawrence Board of Realtors is spending half a million dollars to double the size of its building at 6th and Monterey Way.

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Several KU students hard at work in the body shop

Some KU students are putting on the finishing touches to their year-long project: a high-powered racecar!

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Former Vice President visits Lawrence on Thursday

Walter Mondale, Vice President to Jimmy Carter from 1977-1981, spoke Thursday night at the Dole Institute of Politics.

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Farmer's Market set to kick off this Saturday - rain or shine!

Though the Lawrence Farmer's Market will be starting this Saturday regardless of the weather, the recent cold conditions have left several local farmers with little to bring.

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Injured Westar worker flown to Kansas City hospital after fall

A Westar worker fell two stories while working at the facility and was flown to a nearby K.C. hospital.

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'Forever' stamp made its debut Thursday

The Postal Service's new 'Forever' stamp went on sale Thursday, and by mid-afternoon, the local post office had already sold 300 books of the new stamp.

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Local elementary teacher honored today

Raintree Montessori School second-grade teacher Dayle Black has been named Sunflower Bank's 'Teacher of the Month.'

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Reesing and Meier in tight battle for starting QB slot

Kansas University quarterbacks Kerry Meier and Todd Reesing are good friends, roommates, and also having a tight battle for the role of starting QB for the upcoming football season.

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LHS senior wrestler Emma Mercer signs with OCU

Senior wrestler Emma Mercer signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Oklahoma City University Thursday afternoon.

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Farmers Market opening

Kevin Irick, a Linwood-area farmer, talks about his recent crop losses and how his tomato plants look for the upcoming Farmers' Market.

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6News Now

Videocast for April 12

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Mickey Woolard

Lawrence resident Mickey Woolard talks about his namesake, Mickey Mantle, and his upcoming race in the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 12, 2007