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Videos for March 20, 2007

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Lawrence man found guilty for death of girlfriend

Justice for the victim and relief tonight for prosecutors as a jury finds a Lawrence man guilty on all counts in the beating death of his longtime girlfriend.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Gun possession sends felon back to prison

A Lawrence man is found guilty of possessing a gun as a felon and will be sent back to prison.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Break allows crews to finish maintenance work

For many of us spring break means kicking back, sleeping in, and maybe heading out of town but for facilities and maintenance crews that work for Lawrence public schools, spring break means putting it into high gear and getting some work done.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Cat Tracker accident victim making improvements

Four months after the accident involving Kansas State's Cat Tracker fan bus in Lawrence, a passenger whose stuck his head on an overpass continues to defy the odds.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Accident-prone street could see improvements

Fewer fender benders may be in the future for a notorious stretch of Iowa Street.

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Demolition of historic house starts dispute

A historic battle may be brewing in east Lawrence to save a 137-year-old house.

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Investigation continues into house fire

The investigation continues into a fire that destroyed a home in southwest Leavenworth County.

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Woman sentence for stealing from local business

A Lawrence woman is sentenced to two years in federal prison for stealing more than $300,000 from Jayhawk bowling supplying.

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Couple's cat sick from affected pet food

Ten dogs and cats have died nationwide from eating a certain types of pet food and for one area couple and their cat, it may already be too late.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Details emerge about national pet food recall

More details tonight about a the local impacts of a nationwide pet food recall that involves 88 brands of dog and cat food.

Published on March 20, 2007

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'Hawks not taking Salukis lightly

The Kansas basketball team has arrived in the capital of Silicon Valley tonight. The Jayhawks play their sweet 16 contest Thursday evening in San Jose, Calif.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Jankovich introduced as head coach at Illinois St.

Kansas assistant basketball coach Tim Jankovich was introduced as the new head coach at Illinois State this afternoon.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Learning new offense focus of spring football

Let's head to the gridiron toddy, where last week the KU football team began spring practice on campus.

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KU baseball again postponed by weather

Weather has once again put a damper on the KU baseball team's plans. Wet field conditions have postponed the Jayhawks game against Northern Colorado until tomorrow.

Published on March 20, 2007

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The Lawrence High basketball team is heading for warmer and hopefully dryer weather this weekend. Brad Stoll's squad will open its season on Friday in

The Lawrence High basketball team is heading for warmer and hopefully dryer weather this weekend. Brad Stoll's squad will open its season on Friday in Tulsa. Okla.

Published on March 20, 2007

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6News Now

Videocast for March 20

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

The candidates give their closing statements.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

John Flood asks the candidates about reducing student fees.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

Dave Toplikar asks the candidates about the new wellness policy.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

Deanna Richards, 6News, asks the candidates about all-day kindergarten.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

Diane Oakes, Voter Education Coalition, asks about dealing with parental concerns in the district.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

John Flood, KLWN-KLZR, asks about addressing the maintenance backlog.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

Dave Toplikar, Lawrence Journal-World, asks how the district may compete to retain teachers and recruit the best teachers.

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Lawrence School Board Forum 2007

Introduction to the school board forum.

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City Commission Forum 2007

The candidates give closing statements.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Laura McHugh asks about the domestic partnership registry.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Diane Oakes asks if the candidates would support an increase in city tax.

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City Commission Forum 2007

John Flood asks about impact fees on new development.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Chad Lawhorn asks about traffic safety rules.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Laura McHugh, 6News, asks how the candidates would deal with homeless issues.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Diane Oakes, Voter Education Coalition, asks how the candidates propose to improve downtown safety.

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City Commission Forum 2007

John Flood, of KLWN-KLZR, asks how social programs will be handled with the new budget.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Chad Lawhorn, Lawrence Journal-World, asks about the lawsuit with Wal-Mart.

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City Commission Forum 2007

Introduction to the City Commission forum.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Mining's legacy: Jim McCauley

Geologist Jim McCauley of the Kansas Geological Survey discusses the history of lead, zinc and coal mining in southeast Kansas and describes the types of coals found in the state. McCauley also describes the coal mines themselves, his journey into a former mine and the impact of mining on the water.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Mining's legacy: Walter Wettstein

Former miner Walter Wettstein shares his first-hand experiences of life inside a Kansas coal mine. Wettstein describes his father's stories from the mines as well as his own which began when he was sent below at age 12. He also describes the daily life of miners, loyalty to the union, the dire perils of mining and mining methods of his day.

Published on March 20, 2007

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Mining's legacy: Dave Drake

Dave Drake, EPA Region 7 Project Manager, briefly describes the EPA cleanup process in southeast Kansas, including gathering public comments, contracting for the cleanup and the actual remediation of sites.

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Mining's legacy: Jon Finn

Jon Finn, a longtime resident of Picher, Oklahoma.

Published on March 20, 2007