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Videos for June 3, 2008

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Forecast for June 4

The high for Wednesday is 90 degrees, while the low will be around 70.

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Hit-and-run suspect can be tried for murder

A woman accused of a fatal hit-and-run accident will stand trial on second degree murder charges.

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Ironman to kick off on Friday, June 13

World-class athletes will be in Lawrence later this month for the Ironman triathlon.

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Project in northwest Lawrence hits wall

A project in northwest Lawrence hit a slight stumbling block on Tuesday.

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Mass. St. construction to start Wednesday

Drivers in downtown Lawrence can expect delays starting Wednesday.

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Sheriff McGovern to run for re-election

After nearly four years in office, Douglas County's Sheriff says he'll run again.

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Program helps in finding lost livestock

Local farmers now have an easier way to find missing chickens or cows.

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Sunflower broadband explains disruptions

Sunflower Broadband has cleared up the problems that caused disruptions in service on Monday and Tuesday.

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Camp teaches kids aspects of theater

A new camp is taking kids through all the aspects of theater, from acting to costume and stage design.

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Dog days of summer are back

The dog days of summer are back in Lawrence, and Red Dog was there to lead the charge on the KU campus on Tuesday's opening day.

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Jayhawks visit White House

It's a good day to be a Jayhawk when the President of the United States says "rock chalk" and "wave the wheat" in the same speech.

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American legion baseball season opens

The American Legion baseball season opened on Tuesday night for the Lawrence Raiders.

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Four ball championship underway

The 20th annual Kansas Four Ball Championship is underway at Alvamar.

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LHS football starts practice

Three months from now, the Lawrence High football team opens the 2008 season, and the preparations began this week.

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7:30 p.m. Severe Weather Update

Severe weather, producing hail and prompting a tornado watch, moved into Douglas County Tuesday night.

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Farmer on growth path

Kevin Irick started farming 14 years ago, with an "itty bitty" garden of tomatoes and pumpkins. But look at him now. Boasting an operation with two greenhouses, dozens of fruit trees and 10 acres of produce, the area farmer is busy growing everything from asparagus to zucchini and seemingly everything in between, spreading out roots in an industry where buying local is becoming big business.

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Cub Scout Day Camp

More than 300 kids play at the day camp, held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.

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Organizers prepare Clinton State Park for Wakarusa Fest

Thousands of music fans will descend on Clinton State Park beginning at midnight Thursday for four days of music, camping and fun during Wakarusa Fest. Organizers are preparing the grounds and setting up the stages in advance of their arrival.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for June 3, 2008

After a warm summer-like afternoon, isolated storms will return later this evening. By 9 PM we'll only drop off to 77 degrees.

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Bill Self at the White House

KU men's basketball head coach Bill Self and the Jayhawks talk about the championship team's trip to Washington, D.C. and the visit to the White House.

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6 Weather Noon Forecast for June 3, 2008

After pre-dawn rumbles, the afternoon looks to be steamy and hot. Temperatures are in line to reach 90 degrees with a south wind between 10-15 mph switching to the west by the late afternoon. Most of the day should remain dry with storms developing in the late afternoon and evening.

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KU Jayhawks honored at the White House

Kansas' 2008 NCAA national championship team is greeted at the White House by President Bush.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for June 3, 2008

Look for a hot and steamy afternoon with you 10 AM temperatures topping out near 80 degrees. With an abundance of moisture we will probably see thunderstorms developing across eastern Kansas in the late afternoon. Expect your afternoon to top around 90 degrees. Once the storms get rolling, some may be capable of producing heavy rain, hail and strong wind.

Published on June 3, 2008

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LMH Virtual Tour

See Lawrence Memorial Hospital's new "virtual tour," showing off its upgraded and expanded areas as part of $45 million in construction, renovation and other work. Hospital officials showed the video as part of their community reception and report to the community, an event conducted June 2 at the hospital.

Published on June 3, 2008

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Interview with KU freshman guard Chakeitha Weldon

KU freshman guard Chakeitha Weldon had her freshman season cut short just as she'd turned the corner and had begun to make in impact. Now, as she recovers from ACL surgery on her right knee, she recalls the injury and goes through the road to the start of the 2008-09 season.

Published on June 3, 2008