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Videos for September 2, 2007

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Baker student hospitalized after rollover

A white Nissan Pathfinder was headed north on County Road 1055 around 12:30 when it veered off the road.

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Local home inspector still busy

Steve Bauer recorded his 10,000th inspection last week when he reviewed the condition of a home west of Centennial Park.

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Eudora teacher's art displayed at Wheatfields

An entire body of artwork, based on a breakfast food favorite, heats up discussion for diners at a local bakery.

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KU researchers studying ice sheets

KU researchers have gone to the coldest regions of the planet as they work on one of today's hot-button issues: global warming.

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More Boomers switching careers

More women in the 40's and 50's seem to be switching careers for work that is more challenging or rewarding. One woman traded a Hollywood lifestyle for work that betters children's lives.

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'Hawks rout Chippewas

Kansas football fans finally received some answers to their questions.

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KU XC dominates home invite

It was back to business as usual this weekend for Colby Wissel and the KU mens and womens cross country teams.

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6 Gallery

View a panoramic image of 6 Gallery

Published on September 2, 2007

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Ice sheets

To better understand what will happen as the world warms, researchers have to go to some of the coldest regions of the earth: Greenland and Antarctica. And, the Kansas University-based Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets has some of the best technology in the world to gather the data miles below those massive ice sheets.

Published on September 2, 2007

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KU research dedicated to the study of Artic ice sheets

The fields of Kansas might be thousands of miles from the Arctic ice sheets, but the only place in the world that's dedicated solely to studying these massive sheets of ice calls KU home.

Published on September 2, 2007

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Scooter Safety

Julian Myers, 25, Lebanon, Oregon, shares what he likes about his scooter and a quick safety tip. Myers' driver's license is suspended, but he is able to drive a scooter with a moped driver's license.

Published on September 2, 2007

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Jayhawk pride

Several KU fans answer the question, "What's your favorite thing about KU football?"

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Jayhawks home opener

Several Jayhawk fans cheer for KU during the first football game of the year against Central Michigan.

Published on September 2, 2007