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Videos for June 15, 2007

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The process of tearing down Lawrence's circular school is underway

Crews began removing asbestos from the building yesterday - and once that is complete, the school will begin to come down - brick by brick.

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Three Tonganoxie girls continue to recover after accident

Three Tonganoxie girls continue to recover after the Ford bronco they were riding in flipped several times on K-10 Highway.

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KU students will see new buses on campus next month

Kansas University has hired MV Transportation to run 'KU on Wheels' for the coming year.

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Tonight is a walk in the park for residents of Pinckney neighborhood

Neighbors gathered at Clinton park to celebrate the recent renovations. The park now features a new shelter house, restrooms, landscaping, and updated playground equipment.

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Bush visits Kansas to show support for local groups

President Bush visited the Boys and Girls Club of South Central Kansas to thank the people who support its programs.

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Group of concerned citizens push to make Lawrence parks pesticide-free

The city tested out the program with volunteers at 34 parks for the past two years. Now, those volunteers want the city to take it over permanently and expand it to every park.

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City Commission to review Lawrence's energy efficiency

It's been more than a year since City Commissioners signed an agreement to curb local carbon emissions by 7% by the year 2012 - but Lawrence is still far from becoming a 'cool city.'

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It's raining cats this weekend at the Douglas County Fairgrounds

Organizers and vendors started setting up for the Kansas City Midwest Cat Club's Annual international Cat Show.

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Art a la Carte for June 15th, 2007

Summer Youth Theatre kicks off its season this weekend with performances of "101 Dalmatians"; Lawrence Community Theatre continues its run of "Thoroughly Modern Millie,"; And a lakeside party complete with music, dancing and an auction will benefit the Van Go Mobile Arts JAMS Program, which provides arts-based employment for at-risk youth.

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Bill Self trades in his gym shoes for golf shoes for fundraiser

Bill Self and hundreds of his closest friends hit the links at Eagle Bend to raise money for the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department.

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Ask a Pro: Jon Zylstra of the Lawrence Country Club

This week, Lawrence Country Club head pro Jon Zylstra helps Ryan from Lawrence with his wedge game.

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Building a virtual campus

Stacey Fox, technical director for KU's department of film studies, describes the advantages of having a teaching presence in Second Life and shows how to build a basic shape within the world.

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