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Videos for November 11, 2007

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Investigations continue into Friday's fiery standoff

The investigation continues into a 10-hour standoff on Friday, south of Lawrence that left a home destroyed by fire.

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I.C.L. Performance Products gets important upgrade

A 4-million-dollar upgrade is giving a chemicals plant north of town more than a strong position in the consumer electronics industry.

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Delivering news of fallen soldiers a tough task

Since 2001, more than 4,000 Afghanistan and Iraq veterans have made the ultimate sacrifice. For each fallen soldier, a fellow soldier has the solemn duty of knocking on a door and delivering the news that every family dreads.

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V.F.W. and American Legion gather to remember fallen soldiers

The Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion gather together to remember those who served in the armed forces.

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City leaders ponder Bowerstock Dam's future

It may be Lawrence's oldest piece of infrastructure, but now the Kansas River's Bowerstock Dam, built in 1874, is getting a fresh look.

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Downtown Lawrence to take a step back in time next month

More than 300 horses will parade down Massachusetts Street in the 15th Lawrence Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade.

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Dream season continues as 'Hawks drop OSU

The Kansas Jayhawk football team improved to 10-0 after defeating Oklahoma State by a final score of 43-28.

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Jayhawk hoops squad tops UMKC

The Kansas Jayhawk men's basketball team defeated the UMKC Kangaroos by a final score of 85-62.

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KU women's bball team defeats Hartford in nail-biter

The Kansas Jayhawk women's basketball team barely defeated the Hartford Hawks by a final score of 75-72.

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Coming home

Two months ago, Matt Jordon - with the Kansas National Guard - returned from Iraq. He reunited with his wife Cherry after a year and half absence. The two sat down in their west Lawrence home to talk about the experience and what life has been like since Matt has come home.

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Enlistee Destiny Boutchee talks about why she joined the Army

By the end of this week, 21-old-year Destiny Boutchee will go off to boot camp in South Carolina. Listen as she talks about why she joined the Army during a time of war.

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U.S. flag keep soliders focused

Marianne Middleton and her three nieces Beth, Hannah and Abby Middleton, spent an evening folding flags for soldiers to carry in their pockets when they go overseas. Watch as they talk about why they are giving them a little something to remember the United States.

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Casualty notification officers

Since 2001, more than four thousand Afghanistan and Iraq veterans have made the ultimate sacrifice. And, for each one, a fellow soldier has the solemn duty of knocking on a door and delivering the news that every family dreads. This Veterans Day, we talk to the officers who have one of the hardest jobs in the Army.

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Strengthening ties between KU and Fort Leavenworth

Felix Moos, professor of anthropology at Kansas University, talks about the growing relationship between KU and the military.

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Monumental sites

Photos of Lawrence war and veterans memorials, with poetry read by John Musgrave of Baldwin City.

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Standoff ends in fires

Fires devastated a one-story home east of Pleasant Grove Hill, leaving the property littered in ash.

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ICL tour with John Conard

Join John Conard, engineering manager, for a tour of ICL Performance Products' new high-purity drumming facility , a $4 million project to produce and package ultra-clean phosphoric acid for the electronics industry.

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Three Questions with ... Garrett Kohl, Air Force cadet

Air Force cadet Garrett Kohl discusses Veterans Day and why KU ROTC cadets stood vigil at two war memorials Saturday.

Published on November 11, 2007