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P.E. may influence academics
While elementary schoolers are scored on math and science in standardized testing, another class may influence how well they do.
Published on March 5, 2008
Cancer survivor followed instincts
Tonight, in our 6News Friend-to-Friend report, a reason to trust your instincts.
United Way names campaign chair
United Way of Douglas County accounced it's 2008-09 fundraising campaign chair on Wednesday.
LHS Lions prepare for state tournament
The number eight seed Lawrence Lions will play the role of underdog when the 6A state tournament kicks off on Thursday night.
Basehor begins state play
The Basehor girl's basketball team played in the state tournament on Wednesday night for the first time since 1995.
Lady Lions take on Tigers at state
The Lawrence High girl's basketball team played in the state tournament on Wednesday night for the first time since 1993.
KU falls to KSU on senior night
The KU women's basketball team took on KSU on senior night.
Senate reviews officers' injury accident protocol
A Senate subcommittee will study a bill requiring officers to test drivers for alcohol or drug use in accidents involving death or serious injury.
KDHE secretary speaks at lecture series
Rod Bremby, KDHE secretary, spoke at the Dole Institute of Politics as a part of a KU global warming lecture series.
Coal plant bill passes
A bill allowing two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas won House approval on Wednesday.
Price tag rising on December storm
State officials say the price tag for the December ice storm that knocked power out to thousands of customers across Kansas continues to rise.
Law enforcement continues search for shooter
The Leavenworth County sheriff's office continues their investigation after a five-year-old girl was shot over 10 days ago.
Videocast for March 5
KU freshman Geoff Barnes and Justin Sadowski practice hand-to-hand combat.