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Videos for March 2, 2008

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Last Call shooting suspect back in Lawrence

The man arrested in Kentucky in connection with a shooting at a downtown Lawrence nightclub is back in Lawrence and now in the Douglas County Jail.

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Missouri man drowns at Lone Star Lake

A Pleasant Hill, Missouri man drowns Saturday afternoon after falling into the frigid water at Lone Star Lake.

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Two injured in house fire near Lecompton

Crews responded to a house fire on Highway 40 Saturday night. According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Department, two women who lived in the home were taken to LMH for treatment.

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Local women speak out against email scams

A KU student is bilked out of more than $3,000 - another student almost loses thousands more. Two women are victims of scam artists operating out of Nigeria and other overseas countries - who prey on unsuspecting victims over the internet.

Published on March 2, 2008

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Pastor returns home to lead services

A pastor returns home today to lead the Ninth Street Missionary Baptist Church in downtown Lawrence.

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Local politicians look to 'promote the vote'

Local politicians look to promote the vote - and to get Lawrence teens to register and learn about the election process.

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K-State's Beasley falls short of guarantee

Well it wasn't decided in Africa - yet round one went to Kansas State just a little over a month ago. But on Saturday - with payback on their mind - the Kansas men officially welcomed Michael Beasley to Allen Fieldhouse.

Published on March 2, 2008

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LHS boys headed to state!

The Lawrence High boys basketball team is headed to the state tournament after narrowly defeating Olathe North by a final score of 50-48.

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Eudora girls hoops season over

The Eudora girl's basketball season is over after a 62-44 loss to the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats.

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Tonganoxie girl's basketball season finished

The Tonganoxie girl's basketball season is over after a 67-52 loss to the Holton Wildcats.

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Sebelius' stance

Advocates say that Kansas falls towards the bottom in how much money it puts towards educating those those five or younger. But many hope this year that will change. In Governor Kathleen Sebelius' State of the State Address, she emphasized the importance of early childhood education. And, a week later she proposed a budget that would put $30 million more dollars toward such programs.

Published on March 2, 2008

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Rich Minder on the pre-K pilot programs in Douglas County

Rich Minder, Lawrence school board member and collaborative projects coordinator for the Success by Six Coalition of Douglas County, talks about what the Pre-K pilot program brings to the community, why five and under isn't too early to learn and the hope that some day every four year old will be able to have access to such a program.

Published on March 2, 2008

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Learning through Play

Banging sticks together while singing songs, getting familiar with the letter D, reading stories about going to the dentist - and it isn't even noon yet. It's been a busy morning for this group of four-year-olds who are part of the pre-kindergarten pilot program. In what might look like play, early childhood educators say there is lots of learning going on.

Published on March 2, 2008