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Videos for July 24, 2007

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City commission votes to cut T hours

City leaders move to keep property taxes lower and hours on the bus shorter. A majority of Lawrence city commissioners indicated they prefer to make the T's last run at 6 p.m. starting next year.

Published on July 24, 2007

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Minimum wage increase

1.5 million Americans earn an extra 70 cents an hour thanks to a national minimum wage increase today. One local business owner says that this first wage hike in 10 years is more than just a raise; it's a way to boost the economy without raising prices.

Published on July 24, 2007

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Eudora firechief suspended

The Eudora township fire department suspended its chief and keeps quiet about the reason. In a special meeting of the department's board on July 9, they suspended chief Barry Larson.

Published on July 24, 2007

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Construction crews race to finish SJHS

Construction crews continue to race against the clock in finishing the new South Junior High. Lawrence Public Schools Facilities Director Tom Bracciano says two classrooms will not be ready for the start of school and the first few weeks.

Published on July 24, 2007

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Westar plant awarded

A combination of safety and efficiency earns the Lawrnce Energy Center a major industrial award. The PRB Coal Users' Group today recognized the Westar center its Plant of the Year.

Published on July 24, 2007

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KU student part of history

A KU student helps make history as the internet transforms presidential debates as we know them. For the first tim, average citizens were the ones posing questions to the democratic presidential candidates by way of video clips posted on YouTube.

Published on July 24, 2007

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Mark Mangino faces the press

38 days and counting until the Kansas Football team opens its season against Central Michigan. And with Big 12 media days underway in San Antonio this week, the 2007 version of Jayhawk Football has already made it's first media appearance.

Published on July 24, 2007

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Eudora contemplating new formation

The "Jet Motion" offense at the college football elvel immediately brings to mind teams like Florida and Arkansas. This fall, Eudora High may join those programs with its own brand of the "Jet Motion."

Published on July 24, 2007

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Pistora finishes volleyball career

Th 6Sports HyVee High School Scholar Athlete of the Year, Ali Pistoria, can add another accolade to her list. The Tonganoxie High grad played in theis evenings Kansas Volleyball Association All-Star game at Silve Lake High School.

Published on July 24, 2007

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