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Videos for November 10, 2008

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Monday, November 10 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Tuesday, November 11 calls for a high of 48 with a low around 41.

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Don't break your back while raking fall leaves

Raking leaves in the fall may seem like an easy task, but it can be harder on the body than you think.

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Canvass adds 1,665 ballots; election workers praised

County commissioners agreed to accept 1,600 more ballots on Monday morning from last week's election.

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Jayhawks face Emporia State in exhibition game

The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team continues exhibition play on Tuesday night against Emporia State.

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Group: Coal costs will hurt ratepayers

The possibility of strict carbon emission standards has a group of environmentalists calling for power companies to abandon plans for two new coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas.

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Despite lawsuit, district pursues field financing

Funding for the new high school athletic fields has been approved tonight. The school board agreed on a measure to enter into a $8.8 million loan to fund construction of the fields.

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Homeless campsite within city sought

Two weeks after the city removed a homeless camp from the banks of the Kansas River, Lawrence city commissioners are being asked to create a campsite that could serve homeless people.

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Woman sues Chiefs RB

A Lawrence woman has filed a lawsuit against Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson over an alleged altercation.

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Jayhawks fail to beat NU in Lincoln

The Kansas football team will have to wait two more years before it receives a crack at breaking its 20-game losing streak in Lincoln.

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Marines celebrate a history that predates US independence

About 100 people, including current and former Marines, celebrated the 233rd birthday of the Marine Corps at the Dole Institute of Politics.

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County officials cleared in federal civil case

A federal jury said that Douglas County officials did not violate a Eudora man's constitutional rights.

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City, county discuss 31st Street extension

County and city commissioners voiced support for the design of a new winding road southeast of Lawrence.

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City eyes warmer approach to snowy sidewalks

When the snow starts to fall, Lawrence residents may get an extra reminder to shovel their sidewalks.

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NCAA bound

For the first time since 2004, the Kansas soccer team is heading back to the NCAA Tournament. It's their 4th appearance in the tournament.

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Volleyball players receive conference honors

Two members of the Kansas volleyball team have been awarded Big 12 honors.

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KU womens basketball team tops Washburn

The Kansas women's basketball team achieved a 2-0 record after their exhibition win against the Washburn Lady Blues.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Nov. 10, 2008

We are starting to see some showers enter the area, with rain possible throughout the evening and into tomorrow.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Nov. 10, 2008

Off and on rain showers are expected for today with clouds lingering through the afternoon and evening. Expect a daytime high of 47 degrees and a wind out of the east to southeast between 10-15 mph with gusts near 25. More showers are expected for tonight with a southeast wind between 10-20 mph and an overnight low around 38 degrees.

Published on November 10, 2008