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Drivers feel pain at pump
Car owners around the country are reeling from the high price of gasoline, and things could get even worse. 6News reporter Cory Smith has more.
Published on March 7, 2008
Woman fakes labor to scam Topeka man
It started as an emergency trip to deliver a bundle of joy, but a Topeka man just trying to help a pregnant woman get to the hospital wound up being threatened into giving her a bundle of cash. 6News reporter Jesse Fray explains.
Ground broken on new boathouse
About 100 KU leaders and students gathered at Burcham Park this afternoon to break ground on a new rowing boathouse.
Film festival showcases American Indian problems, accomplishments
It's lights, camera, action this weekend at Haskell Indian Nations University as students, filmmakers and even a TV star gather to celebrate American Indian cinema.
State asks Congress to block French contract
The Kansas Senate adopts a resolution asking Congress and the President to block an air force tanker contract with a French company.
Loaded gun found in accused child solicitor's car
Prosecutors say police found a loaded gun in the car of a man accused of trying to lure a West Junior High School girl into his vehicle in December.
Shamrock Shuffle 5K kicks off tomorrow
Local runners will brave the elements tomorrow for a good cause.
Road to close for bridge repairs
Bridge work in western Douglas County will shut down portions of a county road for nearly two months.
Semi accident snarls traffic
An overturned semi ties up traffic on the Kansas Turnpike this afternoon.
Sarah Jones has this weekend's forecast.
LHS boys edge out Falcons
The game went back and forth right down to the wire, but Lawrence High is going to the state championship tomorrow.
LHS girls on their way to the top
This afternoon in the semis of the state championship, the Lady Lions knocked off the Olathe South Falcons. Kevin Romary has more.
One more to go
The Lawrence High girls are only one win away from a state championship.
Lions eye championship
After a triumphant win last night over Manhattan, tonight the Lawrence High boys will try to continue their momentum against Wichita Heights. DJ Whetter has more.
Hawks take on Aggies tomorrow
Tomorrow afternoon the Kansas men's basketball team would like nothing more than to finish their regular season schedule with a win.
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