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Videos for March 13, 2007

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School board agrees to hear teachers' concerns

After an uproar at last night's school board meting, officials agree to let teachers have a say in major educational changes at their school.

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City prepares to crack down on bars, nightclubs

Lawrence City Commissioners prepare to crack down on problem bars and nightclubs.

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Witness says victim identified Belone as attacker

Testimony resumes today in the trial of a man accused of murdering his girlfriend.

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Three men arrested for downtown beating, robbery

A beating and robbery in a downtown Lawrence alley lands three men behind bars.

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Popular campus wedding spot getting overhaul

A KU institution is getting an overhaul as work started on a 600-square foot addition to Danforth Chapel - a popular wedding location for KU students and Lawrence residents.

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State leaders consider tax cuts for seniors

State leaders are looking into tax cuts for seniors. House Bill 22-64 would mean seniors would not have to pay income tax on social security retirement benefits.

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Sebelius credited for campus repair efforts

The board of regents' chief executive officer gives Governor Sebelius some credit for tackling a backlog of repairs on university campuses.

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K-10 leading candidate for next toll road

I-70 may not be the only toll road linking Lawrence and Kansas City in the future.

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City commission candidate leaves ministry

Lawrence City Commission candidate James Bush will soon leave his job as pastor of a Lawrence church.

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KU learns opponent, prepares for Niagara

In 2001, the NCAA basketball tournament committee expanded its field from 64 to 65. That on added team added on game to the big dance. Tonight, the tournament opens in Dayton, Ohio, with that game - the winner of which will travel to Chicago to take on the No.1 Jayhawks of Kansas.

Published on March 13, 2007

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Play-in opponent first for Kansas team

For the first time ever, the University of Kansas plays the victor of the opening round game.

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Mangino, team ready for start of spring ball

This time tomorrow, head coach Mark Mangino and the Kansas football team will have one spring practice under their belts.

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Kansas rolls over Penn State, 18-5

Mother nature provided a beautiful afternoon on the diamond as the Kansas baseball team hosted Penn State.

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Windy conditions help 'Hawks win two over UMKC

To the diamond now, where the Kansas Athletics Department picked a perfect day to schedule a softball double-header with UMKC.

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Tonganoxie commission approves two city projects

Months of debate about two city projects come to an end in Tonganoxie.

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Playing With Your Food

The science behind three of the demonstrations at "Playing with your Food."

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Videocast for March 13

Published on March 13, 2007