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Monday, May 11 weather at 10 p.m.

The high for Tuesday, May 12, 2009 is 70 degrees, with a low of 52.

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County searches for company to repave 1057

Commissioners on Monday authorized the public works department to seek bids on repaving one-half mile of County Road 1057 west of Eudora between County Road 442 and Kansas Highway 10.

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Busy North Lawrence intersection to be rebuilt this summer

Rebuilding a busy intersection in North Lawrence is set to begin this summer, and city officials are planning — hoping, anyway — to get the work done sometime next spring.

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KU student injured in fall

A Kansas University student was hospitalized with critical injuries after he fell from a retaining wall near 11th and Indiana streets early Sunday morning, the president of his fraternity said.

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School board approves bleachers

The Lawrence school board approved $2.7 million-worth in football bleachers for Lawrence High and Free State high schools at Monday night's meeting.

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Parkinson prepared to make more budget cuts

Gov. Mark Parkinson expressed optimism Monday about the state’s economy, but said he is prepared to make additional spending cuts to keep Kansas’ next budget in the black.

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Man pleads no contest in fire case

Instead of facing a trial, a 41-year-old man has pleaded no contest to three charges related to an April fire at a Eudora woman’s mobile home.

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Family of hit-and-run victim sues

The sons of a 60-year-old Lawrence man killed a year ago in a car accident are suing the driver in the hit-and-run crash.

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Wet season brings more dandelions

An increase in the number of dandelions in the community is the result of a significant amount of rainfall eight months ago, according to one Lawrence garden expert.

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KU student advances to Jeopardy! semifinals

A Kansas University student has advanced to the Jeopardy! College Championship semifinals

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Youth ensemble collects life stories

The Lawrence Youth Ensemble is compiling stories of life experiences from Lawrence residents.

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6Sports Top Six

A look this week's six best local sports plays.

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Kidcast: Shivani Pandi

The record high for May 11 is 93 degrees in 2000. The record low is 35 in 1946.

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Intersection in North Lawrence to get facelift

The intersection of North Second and Locust streets in North Lawrence will undergo some changes this summer. Work will begin in July that will add left-turn lanes and drainage improvements.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for May 11, 2009

Clouds will continue to build into the region for the evening as our 9 PM temperature will hold at 63 degrees with a light southeast wind between 5-10 mph. Showers are expected for your Tuesday.

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Commuter Forecast for May 11, 2009

Few delays are expected for most areas with the exception of K-7 which will still have reduced lanes between Johnson Drive and Shawnee Mission Parkway. Westbound I-435 to Southbound US-69 ramp is scheduled to be closed through Friday which could cause delays for drivers in Johnson County.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for May 11, 2009

By noon, temperatures should already be in the low-60's. Light winds will carry on all day; combined with sunny skies, you just cannot ask for a better day. Highs will be around 70°F.

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Commuter forecast, May 11, 2009

We're seeing some dense fog this morning, so take precautions. You can also expect some road work on the west side of Kansas City.

Published on May 11, 2009