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Global warming a hot topic in classrooms
It's a hot topic and one that's growing in the classroom. Global warming is a controversial issue, but with a growing public concern, teachers are bringing the heat to the classroom
Published on November 4, 2007
Shots fired outside North Lawrence club sends one man to hospital
Police say a Kansas City man was shot in the leg early Sunday morning following a fight outside the club Allstars.
Eudora bond issue voters gearing for Tuesday
It's a 45 million dollar bond issue three years in the making. Tuesday, voters will decide. 6News reporter Haley Harrison has more on a proposed Eudora school's bond issue.
'Lawrence's Lunch Lady' stepping down
You could call her Lawrence's lunch lady. For the past two and a half years, Dianne Morgan has served as the coordinator for L.I.N.K., but will be stepping down as soon as a new coordinator can be hired.
4-H club hosts achievement celebration
The Douglas County 4-H Club hosted the 78th Annual Achievement celebration today.
Jayhawks 9-0 after rout of Huskers
The Kansas Jayhawk football team continued it's Big 12 dominance with a 76-39 victory over Nebraska to improve to 9-0 on the season.
Jayhawk women's hoops squad squash Pittsburg St.
The Kansas women's basketball team had little problem defeating the Pittsburg State Gorillas. The final score was 82-48.
Basehor-Linwood shutout by Holton
The Holton Wildcats ended the Basehor-Linwood Bobcat's season with a 38-0 thrashing.