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Local resident makes quilt 'hugs' for Greensburg tornado victims
A patchwork of relief efforts poured into Greensburg after a tornado left the town in ruins, but now some victims will feel the warmth of a new donation from the area.
Published on November 21, 2007
Shoppers, sellers eager for Black Friday
In addition to the turkey and the travel, local bargain-hunters are gearing up for another Thanksgiving tradition. Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year, and the early bird may get the best deals.
Local non-profit to ring in holidays this weekend
Some kettles are already on the streets, but the official kickoff of the Salvation Army's annual fundraiser is set for Friday evening.
No tickets? No problem
Don't have tickets to the Border Showdown? You can catch some of the excitement early by attending Saturday's live taping of ESPN's GameDay.
6News plans special showdown coverage
Once the Border Showdown wraps up on Saturday, 6News will be here live for a special broadcast.
Dukakis to speak at Dole
He rose from obscurity amongst a field of big political names to win the 1988 Democratic Presidential nomination, and next week, he'll be in Lawrence.
No 6:00 news on Thanksgiving
We want to give our viewers a heads-up on a programming change on Thanksgiving: we won't be here at 6:00, but we will be here at 10:00 with all your local news.
Hawks shoot over 60% from the floor
It was 2004 the last time the Kansas basketball team started the season 3-0. That year the Hawks shot out of the gate to a 14-0 record. Tonight, sans Sherron Collins, the Hawks went 4-0 against NAU.
Not all about height
They stand 5'10" and 6 feet tall, respectively, but every Saturday Todd Reesing and Chase Daniel have proven that not having an NFL-typical body can still produce Heisman Trophy results.
Lots of points, lots of fouls
Foul trouble will make or break the Kansas women's basketball team this season, and that applies specifically to standout sophomore Danielle McCray.
KU volleyball sweeps Raiders
The Kansas volleyball team was in action tonight in Lubbock for more than likely Emily Brown and Caitlin Mahoney's last match.
Bring on the Lumberjacks
After a six-day layoff, the Kansas men return to action in the Jayhawk Invitational against Northern Arizona. DJ Whetter has more from the Fieldhouse.
Useless trivia with DJ
DJ Whetter and Andrew Baker play useless Fieldhouse trivia.
KU defense to face multiple Mizzou weapons
No opponent this season has held the Missouri football team to fewer than 30 points. That's the task the Jayhawks' second-ranked defense is charged with this weekend.
Videocast for November 21
The Border Showdown: Chuck Woodling's view
Chuck Woodling has been covering KU-MU games since 1968. He gives his view of this year's tilt.
Scenes from the kitchen
Robert Krause cooks for an evening meal.
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