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Videos for May 19, 2008

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Tonganoxie to help pay for County Rd. 1

Tonganoxie will be taking part financially in the controversial County Road 1 project in Leavenworth County.

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Basehor construction plans put on hold

Big news out of Basehor tonight: the construction of the future Basehor Town Center and a new elementary school has been delayed indefinitely.

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Sesquicentennial Commission president to run for county position

The first candidate for Douglas County Commission throws her hat in the ring today.

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Holland to face Pine, Wilbur in Senate race

The competition mounts for a Lawrence lawmaker who is seeking re-election to the state Senate next year.

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Sebelius signs Bixby Bill

Governor Kathleen Sebelius signs a new law aimed at increasing drug and alcohol tests at the scene of traffic accidents.

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Boyda supports stronger GI bill

Today, U.S. representative Nancy Boyda told Kansas the GI bill was in desperate need of reform.

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Moran visits Cottonwood Industries

Congressman Jerry Moran dropped by a Lawrence production center this afternoon, where he got a first-hand look at defense work.

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Second cousins visit Lawrence on genealogical search

Two long-lost relatives reunite to find the final resting place of their great aunt.

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Veterans rev up for big mission

A group called Run for the Wall is biking across the country to honor prisoners of war and those missing or killed in action.

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Tilapia venture a success

Ten years ago a Basehor family switched from dairy farming to raising fish called tilapia.

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Students leave campus to make room for construction

Classes are over, but campus is still buzzing. KU wastes no time shipping students out, just to bring construction crews in. 6News reporter Jesse Fray explains.

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Second piece of missing Jayhawk sculpture found

One man's trash turns out to be a local business's treasure.

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KidCast

Abby Johnson gives tonight's KidCast.

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LHS, Free State baseball to face off

Their records are very different, but both 6A city baseball teams will be in the same place this weekend.

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Lone Firebird, Lion at golf tourney

Only two city representatives are at today's Class 6A state golf tournament at the Shadow Glen Country Club in Olathe.

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Magazine ranks KU football #13 in nation

Athlon sports magazine is currently revealing its top 25 teams for the 2008 college football season.

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Wildcat win ends KU baseball season

No celebration today for Rich Price and the Kansas baseball team: in fact, it's quite the opposite. 6Sports reporter Andrew Baker has more.

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6News Now

Videocast for May 19

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6 Weather Forecast for May 19, 2008

Temperatures will remain above average despite modest cloud cover. Look for partly cloudy skies and a west to northwest wind for most of the day. Afternoon highs will top out at 84 degrees.

Published on May 19, 2008