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Sex scandal leads to Morrison's resignation

Embattled Kansas Attorney General Paul Morrison will leave office at the end of January. Today's announcement comes less than a week after Morrison became involved in a sex scandal.

Published on December 14, 2007

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Pageant contestants arrive in Lawrence

Here she is, Miss Kansas: actually, all 60 contestants are in Lawrence this weekend for the annual Miss Kansas Teen and Miss Kansas pageants.

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Bundle up for another round

With much of northeast Kansas still dealing with the remnants of this week's ice storm, Mother Nature delivers another round of nasty winter weather.

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City, KU seek joint bus contract

The City of Lawrence and KU are joining forces to shop for a provider that buses residents and students alike. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on the efforts to keep the city moving.

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Boundary committee defers decision

Committee members say it's too much change too fast. A group studying Lawrence school boundaries defers making a change on lines between Central and West Junior High Schools.

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Accident victim flown to KU Med Center

Three cars collided this evening at a South Lawrence intersection, and one person was flown from the scene to KU Med Center.

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Train derailment clean-up continues

Repairs continue at the site of a train derailment in East Lawrence. Crews from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway continue work at the scene just east of 11th and Haskell.

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Light Up Lawrence

We continue our annual Light Up Lawrence contest tonight with a home in the 2700 block of W 30th St.

Published on December 14, 2007

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Collins weighs NFL, education

For the Kansas football team, the immediate future holds an Orange Bowl date with Virginia Tech. But for a select group of Jayhawks, life beyond the BCS means having to choose between the NFL and staying in school.

Published on December 14, 2007

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KU to make Sprint Center debut

For many of us, including the Kansas men's basketball team, Saturday will be our first look at Kansas City's new Sprint Center.

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Bobcats claw way to win

It was a busy night for the prepsters as the Basehor-Linwood boys' basketball team played host to Mill Valley.

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Lombardino leads Bobcats to victory

Tonight the Basehor girls were looking to take their best shot against Mill Valley.

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Firebirds face O-South tonight

In Olathe this evening the Free State boys' basketball team takes on the Sunflower League preseason favorite. The Firebirds kick off against Olathe South at 7 p.m.

Published on December 14, 2007

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Lady Chieftains on a roll

There is no rest for the Tonganoxie girls' basketball team. Last night the lady Chieftains disposed of Lansing in T-Town, and this afternoon the squad made the short trip to Avila University to play in the Hy-Vee Shootout.

Published on December 14, 2007

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Mangino expects this season to set foundation

If you take Anthony Collins and group him with his fellow All-American teammates Aqib Talib and James McClinton, the trio has combined to earn 55 different individual honors or awards this season.

Published on December 14, 2007

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2007 KU Football - Dec. 14 Press Conference

KU players discuss the upcoming Orange Bowl against Virginia Tech at Friday's press conference. Included are: Jake Sharp, Aqib Talib, John Larson, Chris Harris and Derek Fine.

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6News Now

Videocast for December 14

Published on December 14, 2007

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A.G. Morrison resigns

Attorney General Paul Morrison resigns his post citing personal issues

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Community members discuss Jingle Bell run

Don "Red Dog" Gardner explains what the Jingle Bell Run/Walk is all about. Dianne Ensminger, CEO of Ballard Community Services, and Janet Murphy, executive director of the Boys and Girls Club, share what donations mean to their organizations.

Published on December 14, 2007

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2007 Jingle Bell Run/Walk

Over 100 people participated in the Jingle Bell Run/Walk downtown Thursday night to show off their holiday spirit while helping raise money for local organizations. This year's fifth annual event is raising money for Ballard Community Center and the Boys and Girls Club.

Published on December 14, 2007