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Videos for December 9, 2007

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Chabad center lights city menorah

The city's largest menorah shines brightly in South Park. The first annual lighting ceremony hosted by the Chabad Jewish Center kicked off at six this evening.

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Fire damages central Lawrence home

Lawrence fire fighters responded to a multiple alarm fire in the 1100 block of Vermont just before three this morning.

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KU student found dead in dorm room

Lawrence native Skyler Price was found dead inside a room on the seventh floor of KU's Oliver Hall Saturday afternoon. Police do not suspect foul play.

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Lead-painted toys worry parents

The naughty or nice list this year isn't for children -- it's for toys. As one product after another is being recalled for lead paint, the question remains: how much is too much? 6News reporter Christine Metz has more.

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Toys for Tots hopes for 500 toys

Five hundred toys are on their way to tots in the community. At least that's the goal for the Douglas County Toys for Tots "Drive for 500" toy drive.

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Holiday market benefits local charities

The air is filled with the scents of the season at the holiday farmer's market. Wheter people were shopping for homegrown or homemade goods, all could be found at the holiday tradition.

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Disease affects cancer patients, even after cancer's gone

Against all odds, women can beat breast cancer. But sometimes another condition comes to the surface and persists long after the cancer symptoms subside.

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As parents age, children face tough decision

The decision to put an elderly parent in a nursing home is a wrenching one. BoomerGirl.com editor Cathy Hamilton met one boomer-aged woman who knew neither she nor her mother could live with that choice.

Published on December 9, 2007

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Revenge against DePaul best served hot

It may have been cold outside, but yesterday the Kansas men's basketball team had the heat turned up inside Allen Fieldhouse.

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Hawks edge past Hoosiers in well-fought win

The Kansas women's basketball team had their own winning streak to defend this afternoon as the Indiana Hoosiers paid a visit to Allen Fieldhouse.

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Lions fall to Rams in championship

It was a busy weekend for the boys of the Lawrence High basketball team. After back-to-back wins in the Blue Valley Shootout, the Lions advanced to the championship game last night against the undefeated Ralston Rams.

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Area schools meet in wrestling tournament

Eudora played host yesterday to the wrestling Tournament of Champions. Twenty-four schools from around the Lawrence area hit the mat in the 9-round tournament.

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Flames engulf house on Vermont St.

Emergency crews responded to a multiple-alarm fire at 1129 Vermont Street shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday morning.

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Deck the Halls?

In the middle of the shopping chaos, Peter Afful, 10, attempted to play "Deck the Halls" on a piano downstairs in the Lawrence Arts Center. A volunteer 'elf' taught him the song.

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Children's holiday shop

Hear from holiday shoppers and helpers who participated in the Lawrence Art Center's Children's Holiday Shop Saturday. Over 500 children attended this year.

Published on December 9, 2007