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Videos for July 9, 2007

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Costs of convictions could soon go up

The costs for a conviction in Lawrence Municipal Court may soon go up. City leaders will likely approve increases in court fines and fees ranging from $10 to $150.

Published on July 9, 2007

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Jail expansion in discussion

The subject of expanding the jail arose during budget discussions today for Douglas County Commissioners.

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One man killed in accident near Eudora

A two vehicle accident this morning South of Eudora claims the life of a Baldwin City man.

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Bicyclist injured near airport

A bicyclist is injured while riding along Highway 24-40 this morning near the Lawrence Airport.

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Suspects in Kwik shop robberies in court today

Two men facing charges in connection with a robbery and an attempted robbery at two Lawrence Kwik Shops appeared in court today.

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Man involved in 2003 Lawrence murder dies in Topeka shooting

Topeka police are investigating the death of 26-year-old Corey Robinson who died Friday night after being shot in the back.

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Parents get ready to pony up a bit more for school lunch

With everything from fuel prices to produce problems affecting their bottom line, the Lawrence School District's food services department says this time around a price hike is unavoidable.

Published on July 9, 2007

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County Commissioners give final approval of merger

It's official - Eudora's fire department will take over emergency medical operations for the city and township.

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Lecompton bridge repair delayed by rains

So much for hopes of the Lecompton bridge opening ahead of schedule - as rains earlier this month slow construction.

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Kidcast for July 9th, 2007

A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.

Published on July 9, 2007

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KU women's basketball team looking for leadership from soon-to-be sophomores

It's an important summer for more than a handful of freshmen-turning-sophomores on the Kansas women's basketball team. Last year was a learning experience for Bonnie Henrickson's largest-ever recruiting class, but this coming year, the excuse of youth and inexperience won't fly.

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Night shift

Journal-World reporter Lisa Horn and photographer John Henry explore Lawrence after hours

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6News Now

Videocast for July 9

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Kansas Katrina?

Journal-World photographer Richard Gwin journeyed to southeast Kansas to document the flood devastation there.

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Kathy Covey talks about protecting pets left behind during the flood evacuations.

Kathy Covey talks about protecting pets left behind during the flood evacuations.

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Jerry Shanks talks about how the flood affected his Independence business.

Jerry Shanks talks about how the flood affected his Independence business.

Published on July 9, 2007