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Videos for March 6, 2008

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City leaders happy with Eagle Bend finances

For the second year in a row, city leaders are pleased with the finances at the city-owned Eagle Bend Golf Course.

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KU opens home schedule vs. LeMoyne

The Kansas baseball team opened their home schedule on Wednesday night against the LeMoyne Dolphins.

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Coal plant bill headed to Sebelius

One of the most controversial bills at the statehouse is headed to the Governor. Friday afternoon, the Senate passed a bill allowing 2 coal-fired power plants to be built in SW Kansas.

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New bill hopes to attract Biodefense lab

Governor Sebelius signs into law a bill supporters see as important to helping the state attract a national Biodefense laboratory.

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Man charged in shooting appointed an attorney

The man charged with shooting three people last month outside a former Lawrence nightclub gets his court-appointed attorney today.

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KU on Wheels takes public comment

KU on Wheels takes comments from the public today about proposed route changes for the next school year.

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Election officials urge youths to vote

Douglas County election officials are counting on the youth vote this November - in more ways than one.

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Former City Manager named interim museum director

A familiar face takes the reigns at the Watkins Community Museum of History - at least for the time being.

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Lawrence woman busy with chemotherapy instead of wedding plans

She should be planning her wedding - instead a 24-year-old Lawrence woman is undergoing chemotherapy. Tonight in our continuing series 'Friend 2 Friend' we introduce you to a young breast cancer patient who knows all too well the important of self breast exams.

Published on March 6, 2008

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Local elementary school kicks off state testing with a bang

The 2008 Olympics are still 5 months away, but today one Lawrence elementary school hosts the opening ceremonies - for their state assessment testing.

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LHS boys upset top-seeded Manhattan

Junior guard Dorian Green continued his hot play of late, scoring a game-high 32 points as eighth-seeded Lawrence High upset top-seeded Manhattan Thursday night in the Class 6A quarterfinals in Emporia.

Published on March 6, 2008

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Sophomores propel Lady Lions into semifinals

Thanks to their sophomores, the Lady Lions are preparing for a Friday showdown with Olathe South in the state semifinals.

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Basehor-Linwood falls short at state tourney

There was no celebration for Basehor-Linwood High last night. On Wednesday, the Holton Wildcats ended the Bobcats run in the state quarterfinals 55-51.

Published on March 6, 2008

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Jayhawks look to clinch Big 12 regular season title

The Kansas men are after at least a share of their fourth straight Big 12 regular season title. The Jayhawks can accomplish that feat with a victory Saturday against Texas A&M.

Published on March 6, 2008

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Turgeon to face alma mater for first time

Last year, Texas A&M shocked the Jayhawks in Allen Fieldhouse. Back then, however, Billy Gillispie was the head coach for A&M. Now, it's former Jayhawk Mark Turgeon.

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