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Accident sends two to KC hospitals
An accident this morning sends two people to the hospital.
Published on June 10, 2007
Wakarusa Festival comes to a peaceful end
As the festival wraps up, organizers call today's grand finale simply harmonious. This time last year organizers, concert goers, and law enforcement were at odds.
Kansas soldiers make return from Iraq
Fifty Kansas National Guard soldiers are back home tonight after a year-long deployment in Iraq.
Neighborhood developers give tour
An old piece of east Lawrence will soon under-go redevelopment.
Donated fans provide relief for summer heat
6News teamed up with Westlake Hardware and the Salvation Army to help the less fortunate beat the heat this summer.
Douglas County part of growing trend of foreclosures
It's a problem that has more and more local residents losing out on the American dream. Across the country foreclosures are on the rise and Douglas County is no exception.
Hearing loss a costly problem for baby boomers
They were the generation that popularized loud stereos, rock concerts, and drum solos, but as Boomergirl.com editor Cathy Hamilton reports, now their ear drums may be paying the price.
Baker's Angarita wins Lawrence Open championship
Today's early morning rain delayed the start of the Lawrence Open tennis finals about 90 minutes, but after the sky cleared it was area college kid taking home the tournament title.
Duo of former KU golfers takes KGA championship
To the links now, where yesterday out at Alvamar a couple of former KU golfers returned to their home course to take the KGA four-ball championship.
Wakarusa 2007: Lori Barrow, Peoria, Ill.
Lori Barrow, Peoria, Ill., talks about her impression of the festival.
Robert Baker, education coordinator and counselor at Lawrence's Housing and Credit Counseling Inc.
Robert Baker, education coordinator and counselor at Lawrence's Housing and Credit Counseling Inc., talks about the reason for foreclosures and how it compares to years past.
Wakarusa 2007: Trey Hornbeck of Overland Park
Trey Hornbeck of Overland Park talks about the fun he's had at the festival.
Wakarusa 2007: Grant Andrews of Topeka
Grant Andrews of Topeka shows his enthusiasm for the festival.
Wakarusa 2007: KP Hauge of Lake of the Ozarks, Mo.
KP Hauge of Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. is on a mission to seek out new interesting forms of music.
Wakarusa 2007: Josh Thompson of Gaasville, Ark.
Josh Thompson describes his experiences at the Wakarusa Festival.
Wakarusa 2007: Danielle Strasser of St. Louis, Mo.
Danielle Strasser of St. Louis, Mo. explains her appreciation of the recycling and dancing at the Wakarusa Festival.
Wakarusa 2007: Robyn Mascolino of the Yonder Mountain String Band crew
Robyn Mascolino, of the Yonder Mountain String Band crew talks about the band's turn on the stage.
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