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City salt supply expected to be gone
City officials expect to be out of salt by Thursday, leaving road crews with only sand and snow plows to clear city streets.
Published on February 6, 2008
KU calls off classes
Snow led KU officials to cancel classes for only the thirteenth time in 30 years.
Carjacker's request for lower bond denied
A judge denied a request on Wednesday to lower the bond for a man accused of leading police on a chase, carjacking a woman and assaulting several others with a handgun in downtown Lawrence.
6News video: Hit-and-run trial continues
Trial continued on Wednesday for the man accused of killing a KU student in a hit-and-run accident in September, 2006.
6News video: Caucus dust settles
6News reporter Cory Smith reports on lessons learned from Tuesday's Democratic caucus and what we can expect for Saturday's Republican caucus.
Tornadoes twist through southern states
It was a terrifying night across the south as dozens of tornadoes slammed in to state after state.
6News video: Robbery suspect in custody
A suspect in last week's attempted robbery and attack on a clerk at a Lawrence gas station is in the Leavenworth County jail.
Local celebs do supermarket shuffle
It was off to the races on Wednesday for local celebrities, including 6Sports reporter Kevin Romary, at the Hy-Vee at Clinton Parkway for National Food Checkout Day.
Kansas football signs 20
The Orange Bowl champion Kansas football team welcomed 20 new members to the Jayhawk fold on Wednesday.
Snow delays local football intent letters
Six Firebirds and Lions were scheduled to sign football letters of intent on Wednesday, but a snow day means they'll put pen on paper Thursday.
Self looks for better defense against Baylor
It's hard to imagine there's much to complain about when it comes to the Kansas men's basketball team, but if head coach Bill Self is allowed to be picky, he'd love to see better team defense this weekend.
Baylor tops Tech
Pat Knight's head coaching debut didn't quite go the way he would have liked on Wednesday night against the Baylor Bears.
KSU handles Huskers
K-State's freshman sensation Michael Beasley took over against Nebraska on Wednesday night.
Texas victorious in red river shootout
Texas junior A.J. Abrams led the Longhorns to victory over Oklahoma on Wednesday night.
6Sports video: Aldrich steps up against Mizzou
KU center Cole Aldrich came up big against the Missouri Tigers on Monday.
Lady Lions work to snap skid
The Lawrence High School girl's basketball team focused on their defense during practice on Sunday to snap a two-game losing streak.
KU women go back to basics against ISU
The Kansas women's basketball team held the Iowa State Cyclones to just 39 percent shooting in Saturday's victory.
Videocast for February 6
First-time caucus-goer Mark Rockwell shares his thoughts on the Democratic caucus.
KU graduate student Lance White talks about making sure Barack Obama gets on the ballot.
Lawrence resident MaryNell Gleeson shares her thoughts on caucus procedure.
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