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Videos for October 15, 2008

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Wednesday, October 15 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Thursday, October 16 calls for a high of 64 with a low around 37.

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Banks consider merger

As financial institutions across the country deal with turmoil, two Kansas banks with Lawrence ties announced Wednesday that they are in merger talks.

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Another mutilated cat found in west Lawrence

Another mutilated cat was discovered in Lawrence by a man mowing a lawn, police said Wednesday.

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Kansas high court hears arguments in murder appeal

Kansas Supreme Court justices Wednesday vigorously questioned attorneys on both sides of an appeal by Jay Decker, who was convicted of murder in the 2005 death of his 5-month-old daughter in a Lawrence apartment.

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Advanced voting begins for Douglas County

Some Douglas County residents may have watched Wednesday night's Presidential debate having already cast their ballot.

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USD 497 to launch Skyward

USD 497 will launch Skyward Family Access on Thursday, which will allow parents to log on and check their child's grades.

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Juniors look to lead KU women's basketball

Juniors make up six of the nine upperclassmen on this year's Kansas women's basketball roster.

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KU's Holt no stranger to Sooner football program

KU senior linebacker James Holt is no stranger to the Oklahoma Sooner football program.

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Mizzou tops KU volleyball

The 'Hawks fell 3-1 to Missouri in Columbia on Wednesday.

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Grades in for local school districts

Local school districts have earned several standards of excellence.

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Local Elementaries go to dogs

Some local elementary schools have gone to the dogs - watch dogs, that is.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Oct. 15, 2008

Skies are clearing off, but temperatures remain low and will do so through tomorrow.

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Advanced voting begins

Early-bird voters arrived at the Douglas County Courthouse to cast their ballots for the Nov. 4 general election in advance.

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Program brings dads, students together

The program Watch DOGS (dads of great students) puts fathers in elementary schools to monitor goings-on and spend time with kids.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Oct. 15, 2008

Look for the showers to taper off as we get closer to lunchtime. Our 10 a.m. temperature will set at a cool 53 degrees with a few patches of rain lingering. There is the chance of seeing very limited sunshine for the afternoon with a daytime high topping out at 59 degrees.

Published on October 15, 2008

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What would you ask if you were the debate moderator?

People on Massachusetts Street are asked what they would like to ask the candidates if they could at the final presidential debate.

Published on October 15, 2008