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Videos for November 14, 2007

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Man arrested in Pleasant Grove fire

The man in custody for barricading himself at his home south of Lawrence Friday is in the Douglas County Jail tonight. Darrel Maley, 57, was arrested today on an arson charge.

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Modern warfare discussed at Dole

The changing face of warfare was the hot topic of discussion tonight at the Dole Institute of Politics. Lieutenant General Wiliam Caldwell spoke about the evolution of military conflict and its tactics.

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New study: More sleep may lower chance of child obesity

A new study says more sleep may help reduce a child's chance of becoming obese.

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Library to open in novel location

With thousands of books but no money to make the Perry Lecompton Library a reality, one resident thought the saga had come to end. That was until a gift from an unlikely source helped her open a new chapter.

Published on November 14, 2007

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Burglaries sound alarm for student residents

Residents at the Sunrise and Hawker apartments near the KU campus take extra security steps this week after a burglar broke into several homes and made off with hundreds of dollars in cash and electronics this weekend.

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FOP files lawsuit over firing range

The Fraternal Order of Police files a lawsuit in Douglas County District Court asking a judge to let them continue operating a firing range at the FOP lodge southwest of Lawrence.

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Airport business park could cost $8 million in public funds

The public improvements needed for an airport business park could total $8 million. City Manager David Corliss says the City Commission will consider a number of important policy issues regarding the development.

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Christmas can't be very far away

A sure sign that the holidays are upon us: crews were out this morning along the east side of Massachusetts Street stringing Christmas lights in trees.

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Fans light up street with KU pride

Six Jayhawk fans on Kentucky Street added "10-0" in Christmas lights to the front of their house after Saturday's football victory.

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Freshman helps Hawks jump over Kangaroos

Freshman forward Krysten Boogaard sees the KU women's basketball team to a 64-58 victory over UMKC.

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UMKC match could be Henrickson's 200th win

The Jayhawk women take on UMKC tonight in what could be Coach Bonnie Henrickson's 200th win. Kevin Romary has more from Allen Fieldhouse.

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Useless Trivia with DJ

DJ Whetter and Kevin Romary play useless Fieldhouse trivia.

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Morris twins, Little join team

The Kansas men's basketball team picked up three expected letters of intent on the first day of the national signing period.

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KU defense up against ISU touchdown duo

The Kansas defense is preparing to face one of the top touchdown combinations in the country this weekend: Iowa State senior quarterback Brett Myer and senior wide receiver Todd Blythe.

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Sunflower State showdown continues tonight

The Sunflower State showdown resumes tonight in Manhattan as the Hawks travel to take on Kansas State.

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Turnovers are where it's at

Much of the Kansas football team's success can be attributed to turnovers. While the offense takes care of the ball, the defense is taking it away.

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10-0 Christmas Lights

Brett Buchanan, Wichita, explains why he's put up 10-0 Christmas lights to promote the Jayhawks football team.

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Three questions with ... Terry Zerr, vice president of operations and technology for ICL

Terry Zerr, vice president of operations and technology for ICL Performance Products in St. Louis, answers three questions about the importance of high-purity phosphoric acid to ICL, the reasons the company chose its Lawrence plant for an upgrade, and how Kansas University fans can survive and thrive in the midst of dens of Missouri fans as the Nov. 24 KU-MU football game approaches.

Published on November 14, 2007

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6News Now

Videocast for November 14

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"Hugs by Rob" contents

Baldwin High senior Robbie Brewster discusses the contents of the "Hugs by Rob" bags he passed out to homeless people at the Community Drop-In Center.

Published on November 14, 2007