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Videos for October 2, 2007

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Mother of fire victim files charges against Boardwalk Apartments

Two years after fire swept through the Boardwalk Apartments killing three people, the mother of one of the victims says the apartment complex is also to blame.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Sorry, no apples this Autumn

The start of October usually means the beginning of busy weekends at Vertacnik's Apple Orchard just east of Lawrence. But this year, the fall fruit-picking tradition gets left behind due to some chilly Spring weather.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Sewer treatment plant plans take a step forward

Plans for a new city sewer treatment plant on the Wakarusa River take a step forward tonight. City Commissioners approved plans for the $88M plant that will sit on 536 acres Southeast of Lawrence.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Sea of pink invades Lawrence Memorial Hospital

More than 100 women and men filled the hospital's auditorium for an informative symposium on breast cancer.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Local company spawned by KU research looking to bolster it's fight against cancer

CritiTech plans to hire more than two dozen people during the next few years, as it works to get a drug formation cleared by Federal regulators.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Section of I-70 temporarily closed

The eastbound ramp from K7 HWY onto I-70 is closed - as is the ramp from eastbound I-70 onto K-7.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Trial date set for former LHS teacher

A trial date is set for Meredith Kane, a former Lawrence High School teacher charged with violating a condition of her bond.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Group of Lawrence children learning Chinese

It's a far cry from simple phonics or ABC's. But a group of Lawrence kids have a vocabulary that's greater than most adults'. 6News reporter George Diepenbrock shows us one local program where English takes a back-seat.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Big Brother, Little Brother mark 10th anniversary of match

Two hours a week for one year is the minimum time commitment Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America requires of it's community based volunteers. But one l local man has far exceeded those expectations.

Published on October 2, 2007

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KU looks to remedy conference road game woes

Mark Mangino and Big 12 road games have not been a good combination for the Kansas football team. Since coach Mangino took over at KU in 2002, the Jayhawks are 2-18 away from Memorial Stadium in conference play.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Injured LHS quarterback could return earlier than expected

On Monday, Lawrence High head coach Dirk Wedd confirmed that injured starting QB Clint Pinnick's recovery was ahead of schedule.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Videocast for October 2

Published on October 2, 2007

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Landeria Farm

Kathy Landers, owner of Landeria Farm, makes goat cheese on her farm south of DeSoto.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Three Questions with ... Baker University kicker Derek Doerfler

Baker University kicker Derek Doerfler, a former soccer player at the school, discusses the ins and outs of kicking.

Published on October 2, 2007

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Three Questions with ... John Jones, training and development manager for Amarr Garage Doors

John Jones, training and development manager for Amarr Garage Doors, answers three questions about a state-assisted training program for employers.

Published on October 2, 2007