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Videos for December 11, 2008

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Boogaard glad to be back on court

KU women's basketball player Krysten Boogaard played for the first time all year in Wednesday's win over Western Illinois.

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Looking for Electrician An? Lawrence business gets mislisted in Yellow Pages

One Lawrence business owner took AT&T to court over an erroneous Yellow Pages listing.

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Jim Rome named December Teacher of the Month

New York Elementary teacher Jim Rome wins December's Teacher of the Month award. He is credited with helping a child overcome homelessness.

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Collins showing leadership for Jayhawks

Sherron Collins is making the transition from role player to leader just fine.

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Salvation Army Toy Store fulfills Christmas wishes

The Salvation Army's toy store is making Christmas come true.

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KU warns students and parents of rape danger

The university responds to a series of rapes, which began in 2004.

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Mysterious powder at governor's office

The powder was determined to be safe. There have been similar reports at governor's offices across the country.

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LHS girls whallop Wyandotte in KC tournament

The Lady Lions post 73 points, giving up only 19.

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Eudora girls look to take Cardinal Invitational

Paola tops the Cardinals in the tournament hosted by Eudora High.

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Humane Society gets 12 small-breed dogs from home in SE Kansas

Dogs rescued last week from a home in southeast Kansas are looking for new homes this holiday season.

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Office Depot closings don't affect Lawrence

The retail chain is closing more than 100 stores, including one in Overland Park.

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Coal decision upheld in appeal

But the state's Supreme Court could weigh in on the issue.

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City, KU host second transit open house

Transit leaders are hearing from residents about how to improve public transportation.

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Betty Baron, concerned citizen

Betty Baron thinks that routes need to be more direct to improve commute time.

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Joe Pennewell, daily T rider

Joe Pennewell, an avid user of the city's transit system, thinks that more community input is needed to improve public transit.

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Alan Black, retired KU professor of urban planning

Alan Black wants to improve the transit merger by adding more coverage and decreasing time between buses.

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Janet Parker

Janet Parker would like to see a late-night transit system that helps people get around at night.

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Carol Grieb, volunteer, retiree

Carol Grieb wants to see a fixed bus route that stops at all of the major areas in Lawrence.

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6Weather Afternoon Forecast: Dec. 11, 2008

Clouds will move through for the evening but a light north breeze will allow the temperature to drop off quickly to 24 degrees tonight.

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Toy shop offers help and holiday cheer

Christmas is two weeks away and many local families are now sure they will have a happy holiday. The Salvation Army Toy Shop opened its doors on Thursday and volunteers were ready to spread the Yuletide cheer.

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6Weather Morning Forecast: Dec. 11, 2008

We should see mostly sunny skies today with a high of 43 degrees. We'll have a warm weekend, but a cold front will bring chilly temperatures on Monday.

Published on December 11, 2008