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Videos for August 18, 2008

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Monday, August 18 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Tuesday, August 19 calls for a high of 86 with a low around 56.

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District, teachers closer to contract deal

Negotiators for the Lawrence School Board and Lawrence Teachers Association failed to come to a contract agreement Monday night.

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KU students can ride T for free

As of today, KU students can ride 'The T' for free and anyone with a pass for 'The T' can ride KU buses at no cost.

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Fresh-faced Jayhawks wave hello to KU

Whether it's learning how to 'Wave the Wheat', freshening up on the 'Rock Chalk' chant or simply feeling the need to show off your new crimson and blue - students, faculty and administrators all gathered for KU's annual 'Traditions Night.'

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Attorney general warns students about financial risks

The state's top cop is warning college students to protect their financial future.

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Commission to consider sidewalk seating for bars

Lawrence City Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday night will consider removing regulations that ban bars from having sidewalk drinking areas.

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'Catch-up' begins this week on city roadwork projects

Contract crews prepare to embark on more than one million dollars of road repairs - the latest among three rounds of work underway since Spring.

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First-time students head to preschool

The school year is underway for most Lawrence students, but the youngest age group will start Pre-K and Kindergarten tomorrow. East Heights Early Childhood Family Center held an open house for students and parents on Monday.

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Moore says off-shore drilling no cure-all for energy woes

Democratic congressman Dennis Moore says expanding offshore oil and gas drilling would not be a cure-all to the country's energy woes.

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KidCast: Jennifer Pomes

The record high for August 18 is 109 in 1936. The record low is 51 in 1943.

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Coaches raise money at golf tournament

A number of the nation's best college basketball coaches teed it up this afternoon at the National Golf Club of Kansas City for the CBE Celebrity Golf Tournament.

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Reesing undisputed starter at QB in '08

A year ago this week, it was a two-man quarterback race for the KU football team. Todd Reesing vs. Kerry Meier. In the end, Reesing won the job and led the Jayhawks to a 12-1 season capped off with an Orange Bowl victory.

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Back in action: First day of practices kick off for FSHS, LHS

On Monday, high school teams from around the state of Kansas were allowed to practice for the very first time.

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"Backyard Bounty: Summer Vegetable Recipes"

"Backyard Bounty: Summer Vegetable Recipes." On the menu: ¢ Roasted Garlic Heads with Orange Butter ¢ Roasted Beets with Raspberry-Butter ¢ Yellow Squash Gratin ¢ Sweet Corn with Cumin-Green Chile Butter ¢ Poached Eggs with Tomatoes, Garlic and Spinach.

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"From Farm to Fork"

"From Farm to Fork," with Simran Sethi. On the menu, which featured foods found within 100 miles of Lawrence: ¢ Oven-Roasted Free Range Chicken with Butternut Squash, Oyster Mushrooms and Garlic ¢ Mixed Salad Greens with Honey Dijon Dressing, Pickled Vegetables and Cheese ¢ Honey Wheat Ice Cream

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"The Sustainable Table"

"The Sustainable Table: Serving Up Healthy Choices with Dawn Brighid and Diane Hatz." Host Jayni Carey and her guests prepare the following recipes: Easy Summer Gazpacho, Green Beans with Shallot-Tarragon Dressing, and Corn and Pepper Frittata with Salsa Verde.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Aug. 18, 2008

A great Monday is in progress as temperatures stay in the 80s and dew points are comfortable. Conditions will remain pleasant through this evening.

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Free State Brewery chef enjoys local produce

Rick Martin, executive chef at Free State Brewery, talks about using locally-grown produce at the restaurant.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Aug. 18, 2008

Sunny skies and a light breeze will dominate the afternoon. While our morning was relatively cool we should top out in the mid 70s at 10 a.m. with an extremely comfortable afternoon with a daytime high of 86 degrees.

Published on August 18, 2008