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Videos for May 29, 2008

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Chicken owners outraged at possible ban

A foul may be called on some Lawrence pet owners as the city looks into banning their feathered friends from the city limits. 6News reporter Jesse Fray learned it's a move that has some chicken owners in an outrage.

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President recognizes Lawrence native for community service

Bush presented 25-year-old Ashley Knight with the Volunteer Service Award during a ceremony in Gardner this afternoon.

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KU police purchase new cars

The KU public safety office has added four new cars to its fleet.

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Business school to step up fundraising efforts

Leaders of KU's School of Business plan to get more aggressive in raising funds for a new $50 million building.

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Hilltop to open full-day kindergarten

KU's Hilltop Child Development Center is a busy place, and come fall, the building will open another wing adding yet another option for children. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on Hilltop's expanding building and student population.

Published on May 29, 2008

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Local police officer honored for off-duty heroism

Police officers are called on every day in the line of duty, but it was one officer's off-duty actions that earned him a statewide honor.

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Fire damages house

A house fire in south Lawrence yesterday caused an estimated $9000 in damage.

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State legislative session ends

The hard work is over for state lawmakers. The 2008 legislative session wrapped up this morning, but before lawmakers left the capital city, they paid tribute to one of their own.

Published on May 29, 2008

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Local filmmakers nominated for regional award

Today Free State Studios employees Patrick Ray, Ryan Jones and Josh Robison learned their short film titled "Women's Intuition" earned a regional Emmy nomination.

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Forecast for May 30

Tonight 68 degrees; 89 tomorrow with a chance for thunderstorm.

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T-Bones squeak past Railcats

The Kansas City T-Bones completed a seven-game homestand tonight.

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Free State valedictorian excels in classroom, on pitch

It's time to reveal the ninth and final Hy-Vee High School Scholar-Athlete of the Month for the 2007-2008 academic year. Free State High's Leah Williams brings the scholar-athlete season to a close. 6Sports reporter Andrew Baker has more.

Published on May 29, 2008

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Family farming

As traditional family farms decline in Douglas County because of high land prices, Kevin Irick, 46, has found a way to make a living on his dad's 400-acre farm northeast of Lawrence. He took over the farm 13 years ago.

Published on May 29, 2008

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for May 29, 2008

A warm and muggy afternoon is in progress. Temperatures this evening will stay mild as we watch thunderstorms to the north and west.

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6 Weather Noon Forecast for May 29, 2008

Partly cloudy skies and a strong south wind will allow our daytime high to top out at 85 degrees for your Thursday. The wind will pick up out of the south for the afternoon between 10-20 mph with gusts of 30 mph possible.

Published on May 29, 2008

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for May 29, 2008

Mostly cloudy skies will dominate the first half of the day with a 10:00 AM temperature of 75 degrees. Expect a south wind to pick up as we head into the afternoon between 10-20 mph with gusts near 30 mph. The afternoon high will to out at 85 muggy degrees.

Published on May 29, 2008

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Darrell Stuckey discusses the donation

Darrell Stuckey, a KU football player who volunteers to help kids during "Power Hour," explains how a $700,000 donation from the Wal-Mart Foundation will pay off for kids who attend programs at Boys & Girls Clubs of America locations.

Published on May 29, 2008