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Videos for June 5, 2007

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One City Commissioner says the recent budget cuts go too far

The cuts have caused two layoffs, higher prices for vaccines, and a 6% reduction in funding for social service agencies. Now, Commissioner Boog Highberger says city leaders may be overreacting as they try to trim 3.5 million dollars from this year's budget.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Late-night accident sends two people to area hospitals

The accident happened around 11:30 p.m. Monday night when two Camaros collided in the 800 block of Iowa Street.

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Police arrest six in connection with baseball bat beatings

Lawrence police arrest six men after they reportedly forced their way into an apartment and began attacking people with baseball bats.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Police search for man connected to Overland Park missing woman case

Kelsey Smith, who is 18 years old, disappeared Saturday night after taking packages to her car outside a Target store.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Supreme Court decision could have an impact here in Lawrence

The Supreme Court ruled the Environmental Protection Agency should reconsider its stance against regulating greenhouse gases. The Lawrence Energy Center is Kansas' third highest emitter of Carbon Dioxide.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Kansas Congressional leaders want to shut down SE Kansas town

Collapsing abandoned mines threatened the town of Treece, Kansas, in Cherokee County. The Kansas Congressional Delegation wants the federal government to close the town by buying out residents.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Two KU professors honored for quarter century of work

Two KU professors get top marks for more than a quarter century of work on state assessment exams.

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Eleven local businesses receive state honors

A door manufacturer and an advertising agency are among eleven Lawrence businesses receiving state honors today.

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Presidential hopeful has ties to one Lawrence resident

Fred Thompson is a former Tennessee senator with dreams of the White House. But he has Lawrence resident Bill Lacy to thank for his terms in Tennessee.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Kansas woman exposed to potentially deadly disease

A Kansas woman was on the same flight as the man infected with a rare and dangerous form of Tuberculosis.

Published on June 5, 2007

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4-Ball Championship tees off at Alvamar

A year ago, two kids from Wichita State dominated the field to win the Kansas Golf Association's 4-Ball Championship at Alvamar Public. Today, the 2007 version teed off.

Published on June 5, 2007

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T-Bones dominate RailCats

The Kansas City T-Bones had no problem defeating the Gary-Southshore RailCats, winning by a score of 7-1.

Published on June 5, 2007

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Firebird hoopsters hit summer camp

If you only look at the Free State high boys basketball team's record last season, you'll see a mediocre 13-12. What you won't see is how the Firebirds flew through sub-state, eventually taking home third place at the State Tournament. This week at the team's summer camp, coach Chuck Law has the tough task of trying to teach his team a new style of play.

Published on June 5, 2007

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