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Videos for November 5, 2007

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More windows shot at KU cafeteria

KU police say this weekend someone fired a bullet from a small-caliber weapon through a window at Mrs. E's cafeteria. Last month several other windows were shot out at the dining hall.

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Allstars shooting suspect still unknown

Lawrence police are still trying to determine who fired the gunshot that wounded a man outside a north Lawrence club this weekend.

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Deciphera deal to be discussed

The November 13 City Commission meeting will include an explanation of the recently approved package of economic development incentives for Deciphera Pharmaceuticals.

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City may consider open space proposals

The city and county may soon start accepting proposals for open space projects. The Eco-Squared Committee will ask city commissioners to begin collecting ideas.

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City leaders to debate new sales tax

City commissioners will discuss the possibility of a new sales tax at their meeting tomorrow night. They're considering at least four options.

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Lawrence bioscience company seeking USDA approval

A Lawrence-based bioscience operation is getting a lift from federal regulators. Identigen North America is joining three dozen other ag-related operations to earn a consistency designation from the USDA.

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Supporters put pro-coal plant ads in papers

Ads today in some Kansas newspapers contend the state's decision to reject two coal-fired power plants will help the natural gas-producing countries of Russia, Iran and Venezuela.

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Breast cancer not just in women

We generally think of women battling breast cancer, but tonight 6News reporter Jana Corrie joins us with one local man's story of survival.

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Eudora leaders divided on dept. head ordinance

Eudora councilman Bill Whitten is fighting City Hall from within. Whitten opposes an ordinance that would allow the mayor to appoint department heads for two years, not one.

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Students walk to raise park paint funds

Hillcrest Elementary students and their parents will walk in Centennial Park to raise money to repaint equipment in the only wheelchair-accessible playground in Lawrence.

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Hawks make history in Husker match

Saturday's KU-NU game changed football history for both teams: the 76 points the Jayhawks hung on the Huskers were the most KU has ever scored in any conference game.

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Stewart sees strength in defense

KU senior guard Rodrick Stewart will try to carry on the momentum from a great opening evening in the Hawks' final exhibition game tomorrow night.

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FSHS alum playing for Pitt State

Free State High basketball standout Jenna Brantley debuted in yesterday's KU-Pitt State game. She scored her first collegiate points for Pitt State.

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McCray drives KU-PSU game for Hawks

Year four of the Bonnie Henrickson era launched on Sunday. Jayhawk sophomore guard Danielle McCray was dominant from the opening tip.

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Smith already a star

KU freshman forward Nicollette Smith is beginning to make a name for herself after just one game.

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Collins starts strong

KU sophomore guard Sherron Collins racked up a game-high 18 points and 5 assists in just 23 minutes in Thursday's exhibition game against Pitt State.

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KidCast with Jacob Osburn

Jacob Osburn presents tonight's KidCast.

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Cloth diapering

Lawrence mother Sandy Beverly talks about her experience with cloth diapering.

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6News Now

Videocast for November 5

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Freshwater mussels in danger

Of all the species that have been listed as threatened or endangered, freshwater mussels continue to top the list. Ecologists and biologists with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks want to reintroduce the mussel population back into Kansas' rivers and streams.

Published on November 5, 2007