Videos for February 9, 2008

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Caucus turnout surpasses expectations

It may not have been as exciting as Super Tuesday, but the turnout for Saturday's Republican caucus surpasses all expectations. 6News reporter Cory Smith talks to former Kansas Congressman Jim Ryun and other voters about the process.

Published on February 9, 2008

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Nikki McDonald

Olathe resident Nikki McDonald talks about the caucus turnout.

Published on February 9, 2008

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Royce Ulrich

First-time caucus attender Royce Ulrich talks about the excitement of the caucus.

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Will Stewart

Ron Paul supporter Will Stewart talks about making sure voters know about each candidate involved in the caucus.

Published on February 9, 2008

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Zach Stoltenberg

Huckabee supporter Zach Stoltenberg talks about the only "real conservative" left in the race.

Published on February 9, 2008

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Professors

On Wednesday the Kansas Board of Regents will sketch out guidelines for next year's university tuition proposals. On the table: caps. Freezes. Or maybe more of the same. Journal-World reporter Jonathan Kealing takes a look at how rising tuition costs affect professors.

Published on February 9, 2008

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High Schoolers and Their Parents

It's an average Friday night at a Lawrence High School basketball game, but we stopped and talked to high school students and parents about above average tuition hikes.

Published on February 9, 2008

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KU Students

We spent sometime with students between classes to see how they feel about the cost of tuition. Some have to work, others rely on their parents and many take out loans. Almost all of them would like to see the cost of college stop climbing.

Published on February 9, 2008

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The parents who pay

Meet the Kong family. Andrew's a KU junior, Amanda is a Free State High School senior and Alex is a freshman in high school. Man and Sue Kong are their parents. And, not quite sure how they are going to pay for all their children to go to college.

Published on February 9, 2008