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Videos for September 24, 2008

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Wednesday, September 24 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Thursday, September 25 calls for a high of 84 with a low around 60.

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Wetlands expansion begins

Bulldozers will soon be moving dirt along the south side of 31st Street. But it's not to start construction of a much-debated highway project.

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Police investigating theft from Hy-Vee

In Lawrence, police are investigating the theft of $3,500 in drugs missing from the Hy-Vee on Clinton Parkway.

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AG seeks ways to stop repeat offenders

Kansas Attorney General Steve Six came to Lawrence on Wednesday to address members of the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police during their fall training conference.

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Officers undergo train-crash course

State and local law enforcement officers were in Lawrence on Wednesday for a crash course on train collisions.

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Mud, rail ties blamed for train derailment

Wednesday's training nearly had some practical applications earlier in the morning as a train went off the tracks in northern Lawrence.

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Energy conference wraps up in Topeka

A special energy conference concluded on Wednesday in Topeka, bringing politicians, business people and environmentalists together to discuss alternative energy.

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Agencies expecting record need for utility-bill aid

Lawrence charities expect a record number of families to ask for help with their heating bills this winter.

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Lawrence school bus drivers to vote on joining Teamsters union

The Teamsters might soon be driving Lawrence children to school.

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Panel prepares to select search firm

The Lawrence School Board could choose the firm that will lead the search for a new superintendent with the next month.

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Jayhawks, kids net health points

KU men's basketball players were in the classroom to teach kids about health and exercise. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on 'Fun and Fitness with the Jayhawks.'

Published on September 24, 2008

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KU volleyball falls in four games

The Kansas volleyball team has a history of struggles against Nebraska. In fact, the Jayhawks one and only victory over the Cornhuskers came in the first meeting between the two squads back in 1975.

Published on September 24, 2008

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Mangino says QB trying too hard

Just four games into the 2008 college football season and head coach Mark Mangino says quarterback Todd Reesing is trying to do too much.

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Eudora High football team preparing for Paola

There's no rest for the Eudora High football team. After picking up two victories last week, the E-Cards luckily only have one opponent to worry about this weekend. The 2-1 Cardinals take on Paola Friday in the Hy-Vee High School Game of the Week.

Published on September 24, 2008

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Roger Boyd discusses the expansion of the Baker Wetlands

Roger Boyd, director of natural areas for Baker University, discusses the unique features and community benefits of wetlands, and outlines details for an expansion of the Baker Wetlands.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Sept. 24, 2008

Some rain showers passed through this morning, but conditions are clear now and should stay that way the rest of the night. Expect a low tonight of 57 degrees.

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Kindergartners get fitness lesson from KU players

Hillcrest kindergartners had a tall surprise today during their PE class - some KU basketball players.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Sept. 24, 2008

Showers are clearing out and the sun will return for the afternoon. Look for the 10 a.m. temperature to hover around 73 degrees with a light breeze. The afternoon high will top out at 81 degrees under partly to mostly sunny skies.

Published on September 24, 2008