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Videos for April 30, 2008

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Senate overrides coal plant veto

After months of blowing smoke, things heat up today between the two sides involved in a power struggle at the Statehouse. 6News reporter Ben Bauman has more.

Published on April 30, 2008

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Chief Justice speaks at KU

KU students were given a rare opportunity to hear a U.S. Supreme Court justice speak.

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CJHS principal new district technology director

A Lawrence junior high school principal is slated to move to district headquarters next year.

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KU students help rebuild Greensburg

KU architecture students build more than just construction models. They're rebuilding Greensburg to be a model community.

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Earthquakes endanger Kansas dam

Earthquakes in America aren't restricted to the coast. As we felt a few weeks ago, they also have the potential to hit the Midwest. 6 News Reporter Christine Metz tells us about one of the most expensive and unusual earthquake mitigation projects in the country.

Published on April 30, 2008

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Hillcrest students open Italian restaurant

Students at Hillcrest Elementary are bringing a taste of Italy to their school for a day, and making the pasta themselves. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more.

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Hawks hope win launches run

There's no better time than the present to make a run. That's just what head coach Rich Price hopes his team began last night by knocking off the #14 team in the land.

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Firebirds best Falcons

Tonight Mike Hill's Free State Firebirds were back home, this time welcoming the Falcons of Olathe South to Free State's field.

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Despite injuries, Free State softball sweeps LHS

Nothing turns a season around faster than knocking off your biggest rival twice in one day.

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Videocast for April 30

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An engineering feat

It's a project unlike any other in the world. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is stabilizing the ground beneath Tuttle Creek dam to brace it for a 6.6 earthquake. Take a look at the work that is going on.

Published on April 30, 2008