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Videos for May 27, 2009

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Wednesday, May 27 weather at 10 p.m.

The forecast for Thursday, May 28 calls for a high of 78 degrees and a low of 49.

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Baldwin City girl released from hospital after last week's accident

A seven-year-old girl who was struck by a pickup truck while riding her bike was released from the hospital Wednesday.

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Taylor selected for USA tryouts

The Kansas men's basketball team will have a representative at the 2009 USA Under 19 National team trials.

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Credit card companies get new rules to play by

President Obama signed a new credit reform earlier this month and it's going to affect all credit card users.

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KU packs up for North Carolina

For just the fourth time in school history, the Kansas Jayhawks are leaving for the NCAA baseball tournament.

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Two men still hospitalized from May 18 head-on collision near Eudora

Two men injured in an accident southwest of Eudora last week remain hospitalized.

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School board opts to cut bus funding

Some Lawrence students are going to miss the bus when fall comes around.

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LHS sends 13 to state track meet

The Lawrence High track and field team will send 13 Lions to this weekend's state meet in Wichita.

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Opposition arises to planned location for temporary shelter

Plans for a new temporary homeless shelter near 13th and Massachusetts are facing their first major opposition.

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Quarry agreement on county agenda

Douglas County commissioners took a major step forward in resolving a dispute over a major rock quarry in western Douglas County.

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Lions hope to snap tourney trend

The Lawrence High baseball team is hoping past misery leads to jubilation this weekend in Lenexa.

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Students say goodbye to school year

Today was the last day of school before summer vacation, and students at New York Elementary cleaned out their desks and said goodbye to teachers and friends.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for May 27, 2009

Scattered light rain is possible, but most of the showers to our west have broken up, which should lead to a chilly but less humid evening.

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Commuter Forecast for May 27, 2009

There are some lane reductions around the area to deal with on a slightly chilly afternoon commute.

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LHS baseball: A season in pictures

Lawrence High head baseball coach Brad Stoll reflects on the season that led the Lions back to the state tournament for the third year in a row.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for May 27, 2009

Very cool conditions, with a few showers, will reign the rest of your Wednesday. Highs will flirt with a very chilly 66°F, with north winds at 10-20 mph.

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Commuter forecast for May 27, 2009

We're seeing a fair amount of roadwork this morning, as well as the possibility of some morning showers. Factor a few extra minutes into your morning commute to accommodate for delays.

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Clinton project touted as win-win for farms, faucets

A new project, under what is called the Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy (WRAPS), entails building terraces on the farmland and plunging pipes underground that will deliver rainfall to a man-made wetlands planted with native grasses.

Published on May 27, 2009

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U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts

U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., rates Baker University's ongoing work to create new wetlands, and outlines his own efforts to secure federal financing money for more wetlands work and for completion of the South Lawrence Trafficway itself.

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Deb Miller

Deb Miller, secretary of the Kansas department of Transportation, describes the status of the trafficway project, the ongoing lawsuit it faces and how the wetlands project fits in.

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Roger Boyd

Roger Boyd, director of natural areas for Baker University, reviews the status — and the future — of the wetlands restoration project.

Published on May 27, 2009