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Holiday family cooks community dinner
One Lawrence family is helping to feed 900 residents for their Christmas Eve tradition: cooking.
Published on December 24, 2007
Gift cards more flexible than you'd think
If you're considering purchasing a gift card as a last-minute gift this year, 6News reporter Jesse Fray explains why you no longer have to worry about buying the perfect one.
Christmas good time to check on parents
As families head home for Christmas, senior-focused agencies say the visit is a great time to check on an aging parent.
Snow no match for sand and salt
Despite an unusually busy December in the weather department, officials say their sand and salt reserves are just fine.
Christmas wish list big and chilly
We all know the expression, "All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth." But one local 11-year-old is thinking bigger. 6News reporter Laura McHugh learned that all he wants is an ice hockey rink.
Last-minute shoppers searching for bargains
St. Nick is just hours from bringing his sleigh through Lawrence to deliver this year's stocking stuffers, but in the meantime Lawrence shoppers hit the streets this afternoon, looking for that last-minute bargain.
Jonathan Novorr gives tonight's KidCast.
Miami trumps 70-point limit
Christmas is the season of giving, and on Saturday the Kansas men's basketball team gave Miami the gift of being their first opponent in 45 games to score more than 70 points.
Hokies know bowl game drill
All-time, the Kansas football team has been to 10 bowl games, but the Virginia Tech Hokies are no stranger to bowl games. In fact, they've been to 15 straight.
Hawks thinking big
The Kansas men's basketball team heads into the holiday break with a perfect 12-0 record, thanks in a large part to its large players.
The Lawrence High men's basketball team will be asking Santa for a better second half to the year after three consecutive losses.
Firebirds flying high
Is there any better feeling in the world than heading into the holiday break with back-to-back road wins over Olathe South and Lawrence High? For the Firebird boys, the answer is no.
Let the trumpets sound
View the slide show accompanied by "Galliard Battaglia," by Samuel Scheidt,
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