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Videos for October 29, 2007

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Extra probation for ex-teacher

Wayne Kruse, former president of Lawrence's teachers union, was convicted of embezzeling nearly $100,000 in union dues. He now faces two additional years of probation.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Oread Inn planners consider special tax

Developers of a major hotel near the KU campus explore new ways to pay for public improvements, including a sales tax that would affect only hotel customers.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Paperless tickets stop scalping

Starting this fall, KU faculty will receive all of their basketball tickets on an individualized access card. The new policy will help reduce improper reselling.

Published on October 29, 2007

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City asks county for business park funds

Lawrence city leaders asked Douglas County commissioners to help fund infrastructure improvements that would pave the way for a new business park near the Lawrence Airport.

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Elementary schools win 'Challenge Awards'

Woodland and Pinckney schools received awards for exceeding test performance expectations based on socio-economic status.

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Former guard sought in prisoners' escape

Authorities are looking for 23-year-old Amber Goff, a former guard at the El Dorado Correctional Center, in connection with last night's escape of two inmates.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Faith-based clinic to receive $10,000 boost

Each year the Leo Center provides health care to thousands of people who lack insurance.

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Nothing says school spirit like corn dogs

James Milin champed the corn dog eating contest on Wescoe Beach this afternoon. The contest was part of KU's homecoming festivities.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Jayhawk-Buffs tickets sold only in CU pack

KU fans who want to see the February 2 KU-CU basketball game live must buy a $75 three-pack that includes KU and two other CU games of their choice.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Voters say yes to school bond

Voters in the Basehor-Linwood school district have approved a $39.9 million school bond proposal to construct new schools, classrooms and a soccer field and to pay for renovations.

Published on October 29, 2007

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KidCast with Cheyenne Clifton

Cheyenne Clifton gives tonight's KidCast.

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Everyone wants a glimpse of undefeated Jayhawks

Another Jayhawks game will be televised nationally during prime-time viewing hours: ABC is showing the November 10 Oklahoma State game at 7 PM.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Reesing named semifinalist; Husker QB out of game

Jayhawk Todd Reesing was named semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award. He'll miss this weekend's chance to face off against NU QB Sam Keller, who is out with a broken collarbone.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Hoops by Halloween? Not this year

Self's squad has been overshadowed by the Fighting Manginos this year. The Jayhawks play their first exhibition game against Pittsburgh State this Thursday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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B-Rush may start contact drills next week

Injured guard Brandon Rush returned to practice from ACL surgery just two weeks ago, but doctors may allow him limited contact drills next week.

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Chieftains finish strong with trophy, memories

This year served as a farewell season for eight special senior Tonganoxie High School volleyball players.

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4A state football playoffs kick off tomorrow

After last week's loss to Baldwin, Eudora is looking forward to facing Basehor-Linwood tomorrow night.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Bipolar disorder played role in sexual relationship

A former LHS teacher accused of aggravated indecent liberties with a child may have had her judgement psychologically inhibited. According to psychologist Dr. Bruce Cappo, 24-year-old Meredith Kane suffers from bipolar disorder and substance abuse issues.

Published on October 29, 2007

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6News Now

Videocast for October 29

Published on October 29, 2007

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Part-time, but always on duty

Police Chief Ramon Gonzalez Jr. likes the small-town feel of Perry, population 870, and how its residents watch out for one another. Gonzalez works part-time, as do his three officers

Published on October 29, 2007

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Sedimentation in Kansas' Reservoirs

Sedimentation has many Kansas officials concerned about the future of Kansas' reservoirs, which are filling up with silt. Christine Metz reporting.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Detonators defeat White Stripes

The Detonators defeated the White Stripes 3-2 on penalty kicks to take first place in the U12 girls division of the KVSA's club league on Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.

Published on October 29, 2007

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Three questions with... Irving Kellman, docent for the traveling bus exhibit "Behind Barbed Wire"

Irving Kellman, docent for the traveling bus exhibit "Behind Barbed Wire," discusses the significance of American POWs' experiences and why it is important for people to know about the sacrifices of the World War II generation.

Published on October 29, 2007