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Videos for June 12, 2008

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Storms roll through state

Mother Nature displays her nasty side tonight in northeast Kansas. We go to 6News reporter Jesse Fray for more.

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Fire damages home, displaces 10

As the storm reaches its peak here in Douglas County, fire broke out at a home in east Lawrence.

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Football players help clean up after tornado

In Manhattan, residents spent the day picking up the pieces from a large tornado that tore through the town last night. 6News reporter Marshanna Hester is in Manhattan with details on the areas hardest hit and a special group that volunteered to lend a hand.

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K-State suffers $20 million in damage

The K-State campus was also hit hard last night. Several campus buildings were damaged.

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Sebelius visits storm-ravaged town

The town of Chapman suffered the brunt of last night's storms. Governor Kathleen Sebelius toured the town today and says spirits are high.

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County managing disaster response

Douglas County is playing an important role in getting help to the disaster areas to our west.

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Mass. St. construction partially done

The portion of Massachusetts between Sixth and Eighth streets reopened to traffic Thursday.

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Mobile home fire declared arson

Investigators determine arson is the cause of a fire at an east Lawrence mobile home.

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Tuition costs to go up

The Kansas Board of Regents approved tuition increases for the state's six universities.

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85 students get GED

They might already be in the real world, but the Lawrence Adult Learning Center is adding another group to its list of GED graduates. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on one graduate who decided a diploma would open doors.

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Organizers line up for Ironman

Vendors began rolling in today to prepare for the Ironman Event Expo, which starts at two tomorrow afternoon.

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Camp leaders prepared for severe weather

Last night, tornadoes killed four Boy Scouts at a camp in Iowa. As storms approached northeast Kansas, 69 campers with muscular dystrophy took shelter in Linwood. 6News reporter Jesse Fray has more.

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Tornadic storms reported in Linwood

Several reports of tornadic storms came through tonight near Linwood.

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Thursday, June 12 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Friday, June 13 calls for a high of 81 with the low around 60.

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Current, former players face off

The youngest members of the Rock Chalk Nation witness the future of Kansas basketball.

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Hawks tour White House

Two weeks of youth basketball camps are good news for Bill Self. It allows Coach to spend multiple nights at home in Lawrence for the first time since March.

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Former player proud of championship

Former Jayhawk Jeff Hawkins took part in yesterday's pick-up game.

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Firefighters battle blaze

Firefighters work to put out a house fire near the intersection of 12th and New York streets about 7:45 Thursday evening.

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Storm warnings for Lawrence area

Douglas County under a tornado watch until 10 p.m. and a flash flood watch beginning at 7 p.m.

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'Air' movie trailer

Trailer from the film "Air" by Jeremy Osbern and Christopher Blunk.

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6 Weather 3:15 p.m. Forecast for June 12, 2008

A few storms are starting to fire in northeast Kansas with temperatures in the low 80s, and the area is now under a Tornado Watch. Stay tuned to Ljworld.com for the latest on possible severe weather this evening.

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Randall aids youngsters with golf camp

Kansas University golf director Ross Randall uses his Jayhawk Golf Camp to work on swing mechanics and golf strategy with young golfers. Randall attempts to ease the transition from high school golf to college golf by using KU golfers as instructors.

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6 Weather 2:30 p.m. Forecast for June 12, 2008

A few storms are starting to fire in northeast Kansas with temperatures in the low 80s. Watch Jennifer for more. And stay tuned to Ljworld.com for the latest on possible severe weather this evening.

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KTKA: Kansas State University damaged by tornado

K-State Students react to the damage suffered by the university campus.

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KTKA: Tornado victim: "There's nothing left" of Manhattan business

Looters are adding to the devastation. The hardest hit area, Miller Ranch, reported at least 30 homes completely destroyed and many more severely damaged, according to Riley County Police.

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6 Weather noon forecast for June 12, 2008

Another rainy day in Lawrence, with things expected to clear up in the afternoon and a high of 82 degrees.

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Fabulous Chinese Acrobats

Members of the Fabulous Chinese Acrobats perform in South Park Wednesday, June, 11, 2008

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6 Weather 9:30 a.m. Forecast for June 12, 2008

Isolated rain chances for the morning with clouds breaking for a while in the afternoon. Temperatures will remain cool for 10 AM with temperatures only reaching 73 degrees. Late-day rain chances will pick up again with a daytime high of 82 degrees with a light north breeze between 5-10 mph.

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KTKA video overnight as a tornado moved into Manhattan

KTKA was on the air when a tornado moved into Manhattan, damaging several buildings including the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house and the building that houses Kansas State's nuclear reactor. The reactor is not in any danger.

Published on June 12, 2008