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Teen pregnancy rate reversed
The downward trend of the past two decades has led to less teen pregnancy prevention funding.
Published on November 1, 2009
Sunday, November 1 weather at 10 p.m.
The forecast for Monday, November 2 calls for a high of 63 degrees and a low of 44.
Bright Spot: Eudora marching band
How two students who didn't know each other met and developed a special friendship as band members.
Reesing benched in Jayhawks’ loss
KU struggled so much Saturday against Texas Tech that veteran quarterback Todd Reesing was benched in favor of freshman Kale Pick.
KU women top Pittsburg State in exhibition opener
The 2009-2010 Kansas women's basketball season — at least the exhibition portion — got under way Sunday against NCAA Division II foe Pittsburg State.
KU can’t hold on against Aggies
Kansas University’s volleyball team looked primed to beat a ranked opponent for the first time since November of 2007 early Saturday night in Horejsi Center.
Wedge leads way as Lions repeat as state champs
Roy Wedge led Lawrence High's boys cross country team to a repeat state title.
20-year-old man taken to hospital after stabbing incident
A 20-year-old man was taken by friends to Lawrence Memorial Hospital late Saturday night after a stabbing incident outside an Ohio Street residence.
Friends, family of accident victim honor memory
Friends and family of Rachel Leek gathered Sunday to honor her memory.
Three arrested on charges of battery, felony criminal damage
Three men were arrested early Sunday on charges of battery and felony criminal damage after an incident in the 900 block of Tennessee.
Afternoon weather for Sunday, November 1, 2009
A view from the 6News Towercam.
Mark's on the Move: Crews train for mass emergencies
Lawrence and Douglas County emergency responders train tirelessly to prepare for any situation that may arise.
Set'em Up Jacks
BBQ Tuesday! Pulled pork or smoked chicken sandwiches
· All day long
Henry T's Bar & Grill
Cream cheese and bacon chicken sandwich
· With one side. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.