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Videos for June 11, 2008

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Tornado reported 80 miles west of Lawrence

A tornado was reported near I-70 to the west of Lawrence, near Abilene.

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Eudora police update cruiser technology

With help from the city council, the Eudora police department is up to speed. The department is in the process of adding new radar and camera equipment to their police cruisers.

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Mobile home owner suspects arson in fire

A fire destroyed an east Lawrence mobile home late last night. Now, the owner thinks the blaze may have been the result of arson.

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Fireworks show gets new location

Fans of the annual fireworks display in Lawrence will have a new place to watch this Independence Day.

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Survey respondents say yes to curbside recycling

Are you willing to pay for curbside recycling in Lawrence? Some residents say yes.

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Board to hire mediator in contract talks

With a $1 million gap between the two sides, it appears a mediator will try to solve differences between the Lawrence school board and teachers' association negotiators.

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As economy slows, Father's Day gifts get creative

Father's Day isn't just about getting dad a tie and calling it good -- not anymore.

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Chinese acrobats perform in South Park

A performance from the other side of the world takes center stage tonight in South Park. Chinese acrobats are kicking up their heels to provide a tumble into summer. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on the strong and very skilled group.

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Wednesday, June 11 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Thursday, June 12 calls for a high of 80 with the low around 70.

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Alumni team wins camp scrimmage

Bill Self basketball campers were treated to a start-studded pick-up game today. Seven KU alumni players returned to battle the current team with nothing more than bragging rights on the line.

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3 Jayhawks qualify for NCAA track finals

The national track and field championships are underway for eight Kansas athletes tonight.

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KU golfer qualifies for U.S. open

Junior Kansas golfer Emily Powers has qualified for the U.S. women's open.

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Raiders game rained out

No baseball for the Lawrence Raiders: the city's top legion team had its double-header with Coffeyville rained out tonight.

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Local golf pros discuss U.S. Open

Bob Darkenwald and Ross Randall give their views on the U.S. Open, Torrey Pines and this year's field. The U.S. Open's opening round is Thursday.

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6 Weather 3:30 p.m. forecast for June 11, 2008

Warm and windy conditions will continue through this evening when we drop off to 75 degrees at 9 p.m.

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6 Weather noon forecast for June 11, 2008

There's an isolated chance for thundershowers during your Wednesday afternoon with a high of 87 degrees expected.

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6 Weather 10 a.m. forecast for June 11, 2008

An isolated chance of showers is in store for the mid-morning into the early afternoon, although we expect the afternoon to continue to be warm and breezy. Your 10 a.m. temperature should top out in the mid 70s with a strong south wind between 20-30 mph for most of the day. Your afternoon high will top out at 87 degrees. Expect thunderstorms to roll through the region overnight tonight.

Published on June 11, 2008

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It's rhubarb season

Lou Britt talks about her farm's bumper crop of rhubarb.

Published on June 11, 2008