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Videos for August 14, 2008

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Thursday, August 14 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Friday, August 15 calls for a high of 79 with a low around 63.

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Tour tackles climate change

A national global warming tour made it's way to Lawrence on Thursday. 6News reporter Jesse Fray was there as people were invited to speak out to congressional leaders about the issue some call a crisis.

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State energy council to see public comment on speed limit reduction

The Kansas Energy Council wants you to slow down on state highways. The idea is to reduce the speed limit from 70 to 65 miles per hour on the state's top highways.

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Fuel prices down in Kansas; still higher than last year

Kansas fuel prices fell considerably in the last month, but they are still well above last year's.

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Resident given OK to finance road extension

The Douglas County Commission gives tentative approval for people in the Lecompton Township to expand a rural road.

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Yellow House owners face records charges

Federal prosecutors are again asking a judge to keep two Lawrence secondhand store owners in jail until their trial next year.

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$10M grant to aid in study of proteins

A group of Kansas researchers are trying to understand proteins and a 10 million dollar grant will help them.

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Advocates for disabled urge movie boycott

A new movie hits theaters that's supposed to be a comedy, but local advocates for the disabled say it's anything but funny.

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Tonganoxie family a staple of Leavenworth County Fair rodeo

Every year the Leavenworth County Fair is anchored by the rodeo. Among the contestants traveling from all over the region to attend the event, there is one Tonganoxie family that stands out among them all.

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Former Jayhawks reflect on winning gold medal in '52

Team USA basketball improved to 3-0 early Thursday morning on the Beijing hardwood. But long before the best of the NBA donned the stars and stripes in the Olympics, the University of Kansas and seven Jayhawks had a helping hand in representing the country.

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Mortensen on Butkus Award watch list

Kansas linebacker Joe Mortensen has been named to the 2008 Butkus Award watch list.

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Uhart on preseason All-Big 12 team

A lone Jayhawk earns preseason All-Big 12 volleyball honors.

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Run of the Mill

Sarah Hill-Nelson, owner and operator of the Bowersock Mill and Power Company explains the process of generating hydroelectric power.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Aug. 14, 2008

Rain showers linger in the area, with light sprinkles continuing sporadically this afternoon and into the evening.

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Who would win - 1952 or 2008?

Comparing and contrasting two great basketball teams.

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2008 USA Basketball analysis

Bill Lienhard and Charlie Hoag give their thoughts on the expectations of this summer's USA men's basketball Olympic team.

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Remembering Clyde Lovellette

A look at Clyde Lovellette, one of the greats from KU.

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1952 Olympic retrospective

Memorable moments from the Helsinki games.

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Finland Olympic memories

Charlie Hoag and Bill Lienhard talk about their memories of the Olympics.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Aug. 14, 2008

More clouds will be moving through the sky for today with a daytime high at a very comfortable 86 degrees. Our wind will stay light out of the northeast for today, and you can expect showers and thunderstorms for the evening and overnight. Look for the overnight low to fall to 66 degrees tonight.

Published on August 14, 2008