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Videos for January 11, 2008

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Arts Center seeks new director

It's a new year with new beginnings for the Lawrence Arts Center. After three decades on the job, Executive Director Ann Evans said goodbye to the center, leaving some tough shoes to fill. 6News reporter Cory Smith has more.

Published on January 11, 2008

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Douglas County judge may replace Morrison

Outgoing Kansas Attorney General Paul Morrison leaves office in less than three weeks, and speculation continues to increase on who Governor Kathleen Sebelius will name as his replacement.

Published on January 11, 2008

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New federal law may disrupt home security systems

If you depend on a home security system to keep you safe, you may soon be out of luck. 6News reporter Jesse Fray explains why a new federal law may put your safety in danger.

Published on January 11, 2008

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Cigarette tax increase tops state agenda

A hefty tax increase on cigarettes will be a key issue when Kansas lawmakers return to Topeka next week for the start of the 2008 session.

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Judge named Citizen of the Years

Deanell Tacha takes home a lifetime achievement award from the community she's been embracing for the last 34 years.

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Light therapy can combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

It's been months since we've seen the sun before 7 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m., and the lack of light can lead to depression for some.

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Westar commits $500 million to wind farms

Westar Energy announced it has finalized a series of wind farm projects across Kansas.

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Lawrence Bus Co. auctioning all merchandise

Everything must go: that's the attitude as organizers prepare for a unique auction tomorrow in East Lawrence.

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Summer festival to bring 1930s to Lawrence

FDR, Will Rogers and several other key figures from the 1930s will come to life this summer in downtown Lawrence.

Published on January 11, 2008

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Chamber leader eager for new year

Tonight marks the ceremonial beginning of a new year for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce, and its new leader says he's ready to get to work.

Published on January 11, 2008

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Falcons soar past Lions

The last time out it was not pretty for the Lawrence High boys' basketball team: on Tuesday, Shawnee Mission East rocked the Lions by 22. Tonight, LHS hoped to turn things around against Olathe South.

Published on January 11, 2008

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Lady Lions win again

Earlier this week the LHS girls lost their first game of the season. The Lions regained their footing tonight against Olathe South.

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Lady Firebirds fall to Lancers

The Free State High girls came up short against the Lancers tonight.

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EHS goes 1-1 against DeSoto

Eudora High challenged DeSoto tonight, with the EHS boys falling in double overtime. The Lady Cardinals fared better, topping the Wildcats 52-34.

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Is Nebraska better?

A year ago the Kansas men's basketball team beat Nebraska not once, but twice. It's not that the Jayhawks beat the Huskers, but how they did it.

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Lions face off against O-South tonight

The Lawrence High boys' basketball team takes center stage tonight in the Hy-Vee High School Game of the Week.

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Marcus Henry joins Shrine squad

Kansas wide receiver Marcus Henry has been added to the Shrine Game roster.

Published on January 11, 2008

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6Sports story: Former Lions return as Orange Bowl champs

Six years ago, Brandon McAnderson and Brian Seymour roamed the halls of Lawrence High as seniors. Today, they're both Orange Bowl champions.

Published on January 11, 2008

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6News Now

Videocast for January 11

Published on January 11, 2008

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Real estate VP offers Lawrence forecast

Bob Bach, senior vice president for research and chief economist for Grubb & Ellis, a national real estate firm, offers his thoughts about the nation's prospects for recession, his diagnosis of the country's economic health, and how Lawrence - as a university town - might fare in 2008.

Published on January 11, 2008