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Videos for October 14, 2008

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Tuesday, October 14 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Wednesday, October 15 calls for a high of 60 with a low around 46.

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City Commissioners OK special sales tax

City Commissioners decide to create a special sales tax to help a proposed retail center at 6th and Wakarusa get off the ground.

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City OKs homeless regulations

The issue of where homeless shelters should be allowed to locate was under debate at Tuesday night's City Commission meeting.

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Depression can be a concern as fear over economy sinks in

The economic picture in the United States has been darkening for months. Here in Douglas County, counselors say as the economy sinks - some people's fears are compounding. 6News reporter Jesse Fray has more.

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Attorney seeks new trial for woman convicted in hit-and-run

The attorney for a woman convicted of killing two highway workers south of Lawrence last year asks for a new trial.

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One dead, another hospitalized after two-car accident

A Basehor man is dead and another hospitalized after a two-car accident Friday night.

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Worker broke wrist at Oread Inn

A man injured Monday in a fall at the construction site for the new Oread Inn was expected to be out of the hospital on Tuesday.

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School of Fine Arts organizational lines redrawn

Big changes are planned for the School of Fine Arts on KU's main campus.

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Kansans learn more about national symbol of freedom

Kansans are learning a little-known fact about the U.S. capitol. The symbol of freedom was built in large part by slaves and former slaves.

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Advance voting opens

Hard to believe it's here already but advance voting for the November 4th general election begins tomorrow here in Kansas.

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Jayhawks face tough opponents in upcoming weeks

Six weeks left in the season - four squads in the nation's Top 11 left on the schedule. That daunting slate is much different than KU's conference run in 2007.

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Mangino headed back to Oklahoma

Mark Mangino isn't exactly heading home this weekend, however, he is heading back to a place that he called home for three years.

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Collins garners preseason honor

Big 12 basketball coaches have voted and only two Kansas Jayhawks receive preseason accolades.

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LHS volleyball team struggles

The Lawrence High volleyball team stayed home for a quad with Topeka-Hayden, Manhattan, and Washburn Rural. It was a tough night for the Lady Lions.

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Free State volleyball 1-2 at SM Northwest

There was no pressure on the Free State High volleyball team Tuesday night at the Shawnee Mission Northwest Quad. That's because the Firebirds wrapped up the Sunflower League title last Thursday!

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LHS soccer squad lets go of frustrations in 5-0 victory

The Lawrence High soccer team defeated Leavenworth by a final score of 5-0.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Oct. 14, 2008

More showers are on their way, with cool air hanging in the area keeping temperatures in the 50s.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Oct. 14, 2008

Cool temperatures and rain will dominate the day once again. Expect a high around 57 degrees with a north breeze between 5-10 mph. The showers will continue through the evening with a chilly overnight low around 45 degrees with a light north breeze.

Published on October 14, 2008

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Sprinkler malfunction forces evacuation of nursing home

A sprinkler malfunction late Monday night forced the evacuation of portions of a nursing home in 50 degree weather.

Published on October 14, 2008