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Evidence left at hit-and-run scene leads to suspect
Police say they've found the man involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident in west Lawrence over the weekend. 6News reporter Mark Boyle has more from the newsroom.
Published on May 5, 2008
Family remembers hit-and-run victim
We are learning more about the life lost in this weekend's hit-and-run accident: that of Thomas Crum.
Future of T may depend on vote
With soaring gas prices, the T needs an additional one million dollars to operate next year.
Standoff suspect pleads guilty to additional charges
A man who held police at bay for more than eight hours last month pleads no contest today to child endangerment and domestic battery charges.
Police seek rape suspect
A Lawrence woman says she was attacked in central Lawrence early Sunday.
Administrators ready to fill CJHS principal position
Lawrence school administrators are pushing forward to find a new leader for the city's oldest junior high school.
Career Day takes local students around city
Some Central Junior High School kids find out that the real world is dog eat dog. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more.
Soldier makes it back for daughter's birth
It's a moment he wouldn't miss: a Lawrence father serving in Iraq made it home just in time to witness the birth of his daughter.
Lawrence senior wins Congressional Art Competition -- again
One Lawrence High student is no stranger to having his artwork recognized nationally.
Rylee Flint delivers tonight's KidCast.
KU baseball up three spots
From last place to still alive, last week was just what the Kansas baseball team needed heading into the final two weeks of the regular season.
KU softball seeded seventh
The postseason begins now for the Kansas softball team.
Van Treese impresses at Jayhawk Invitational
A half dozen top 100 players from the class of 2009 took to Allen Fieldhouse last weekend. Among those players listing KU as a possible college choice: a four-star forward out of the Hoosier State.
Local tennis players headed to state
It took five days, but the 6A high school tennis regionals are finally complete.
Videocast for May 5
Tila Salas-Brooks, a Haskell freshman in vocal performance, performs a hoop dance during the traditional talent section of the Miss Haskell competition.
Cameo McKinnley, a Haskell freshman in liberal arts, talks about the Miss Haskell competition.
Tila Salas-Brooks, a Haskell freshman in vocal performance, talks about the Miss Haskell competition.
Orlando Begay, a Haskell junior in American Indian Studies, talks about the Haskell Brave competition.
Tiffany Stuart Wisdom
Tiffany Stuart Wisdom served on the Haskell Royalty Committee and was Miss Haskell in 2005-2006. She explains what Miss Haskell and Haskell Brave do and offers advice to the next Miss Haskell.
For spectators: A guide to the Ironman
So, where's the best place to watch the Ironman 70.3 Kansas? Event co-director Ryan Robinson offers his tips for the event and associated events.
For athletes: A course description
What can triathletes expect from the course set up for Ironman 70.3 Kansas? Event co-director Ryan Robinson knows the route and its unique characteristics, and offers his observations.
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