Videos for November 16, 2007

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Chamber urges members to support Deciphera deal

The Lawrence Chamber of Commerce fires back over a controversial package of economic incentives designed to keep a start-up pharmaceuticals company in town.

Published on November 16, 2007

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Lawrence tree headed to governor's mansion

Eric and Lynn Walther searched their 13 acres, and from 9,000 trees, they found the perfect one for the governor's mansion.

Published on November 16, 2007

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KU football jerseys outselling basketball

To some, wearing the jersey of your favorite player is the sign of a true fan. And in Lawrence, basketball jerseys have long been the campus staple - at least until this season.

Published on November 16, 2007

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Local couple happy to be 'Hawk fans

Before tailgating and the Jayhawk mascot as we know it today - there was Glee and Jerry Smith - a Lawrence couple who have attended every home football game since 1941.

Published on November 16, 2007

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SWJH wins state award

The state announced that Southwest Junior High School has been given an energy award for a solar panel program.

Published on November 16, 2007

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KU football team off to best start since 1899

The last time that Kansas University's football team went 10-0, a "good meal" at a downtown restaurant cost 15 cents, a teenage trend of "progressive buggy rides" was emerging and Lawrence streets were being paved for the first time with brick. The year was 1899.

Published on November 16, 2007

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Bonner Springs man killed in crash

A one-car accident early this morning south of Basehor claims the life of a Bonner Springs man.

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Financial relief could be on the way for Treece

Financial relief could be on the way for a southeast Kansas mining town threatened by ground collapses.

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KU hosts ISU in 2007 Memorial Stadium finale

The Kansas Jayhawks will look to improve on their 10-0 record against Iowa State in the 2007 home finale.

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Brandon Rush returns in victory over Ichabods

Brandon Rush scored seven points and had three rebounds sparking a slow-starting KU team to a 92-60 victory over the NCAA Div. II Ichabods.

Published on November 16, 2007

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KU women enjoying 9-day break

The Jayhawk women's basketball team is on hiatus from the hardwood until November 23 when they square off against Drake at the SMU Tournament in Dallas, Texas.

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KU volleyball team ready for Senior Day

Caitlin Mahoney and Emily Brown will make their final appearances at the Horejsi Family Athletics Center on Saturday - Senior Day for the KU volleyball team.

Published on November 16, 2007

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Free State senior inks her collegiate future tonight

Free State senior volleyball standout Genny Salvatore has inked her letter of intent to play collegiately for the Rhode Island Rams.

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Haskell women hold off Waldorf on the hardwood

The Haskell women's basketball team narrowly defeated the Waldorf Warriors by a final score of 61-54.

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940 Dance Company

940 dance company performs a section from artistic director Susan Rieger's "Tomorrow, Greener Grass"

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6News Now

Videocast for November 16

Published on November 16, 2007

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Gov. Sebelius' tree

Video of the nine-foot tall evergreen from Strawberry Hill Christmas Tree Farm being cut down.

Published on November 16, 2007

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Three questions with ... Britt Damon, civilian analyst with the Army

Britt Damon was a member of the first "human terrain team" where he served as a cultural analyst for the 82nd Airborne Division. He is now a civilian analyst with the Army and is studying anthropology at Kansas University.

Published on November 16, 2007

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Induro Cycling Studios

Induro Cycling Studios boasts 24 dedicated stationary bikes , a 133-inch high-def screen and a surround-sound theater system. ICS produces videos from various global sites depicting bike rides, and participants ride along in the ICS studio.

Published on November 16, 2007