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Videos for November 16, 2009

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Evening weather forecast for November 16, 2009

More snow is headed our direction during the next 24 hours. The temperatures will be in the low 30s and rain is likely during the night. Douglas County is in a winter weather advisory until Tuesday morning.

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Lecompton girl wins national award

An 11-year-old Lecompton girl won a national award and is heading to Florida to attend a construction conference. The girl's building was incorporated a number of different energy sources.

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Library program gets kids moving

Preschool children were up and moving at the library Monday as part of the annual Kansas reads to preschoolers program. Monday's activities encouraged fitness and fondness of reading.

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GameDay Cram Session: Memphis

KUSports.com online editor Jesse Newell and Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan take a look at what to expect from the Kansas men's basketball team's matchup against Memphis.

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No action for new shelter

After some lengthy discussion regarding the proposed new homeless shelter, city leaders declined to take action in the matter. The new shelter would replace Don's Steak House on east 23rd Street.

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City crews preparing for snow

Snow crews were busy preparing for winter weather Monday. Crews will work 12-hour shifts until the threat for winter weather calms.

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Passenger in motorcycle accident dies

The passenger injured in a Nov. 6 motorcycle accident died Sunday at KU Hospital. The rider was not wearing a helmet when the accident occurred.

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City looks to keep business in town

Lawrence plans to purchase the old Oread Labs building in an effort to keep CritiTech in town. The building's selling price is $3 million.

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Local clinic needs money for move

A local health care clinic needs to raise $66,000 dollars in order to move to a more appropriate building. The proposed move site would have more space for treating those in need.

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Google VP talks tech at KU

A Google VP talked to students on the KU campus about technology of the future. The discussion focused on cloud computing and programming mobile applications.

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Common Cents: Holiday decor

Lori Carson dishes out some tips on how to decorate your table for upcoming holiday gatherings.

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Kidcast: Nate Pendleton

Kidcast for November 16, 2009.

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Jayhawks to tangle with Tigers

The Jayhawks will try to record another victory against Memphis in its Tuesday night matchup. The last time the two schools faced off the Jayhawks won the national championship in San Antonio.

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McCray starts season strong

Danielle McCray played a solid first game for the women's season opener Sunday. They lady Jayhawks take on Iowa State on the road Wednesday.

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High schools work on winter sports

Monday marked the official beginning of the winter sports season for high schools. Basketball and wrestling were among the sports to begin.

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6Sports Top Six

The top six plays from area sports during the week.

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6 Weather Evening Forecast for Nov. 16, 2009

Periods of snow and rain will continue through the evening with minimal – if any accumulation. Expect a 9 PM temperature around 35 with a north wind between 10-20 mph. Overnight temperatures will dip to 33 degrees with periods of rain and snow.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Nov. 16, 2009

Periods of snow and rain will continue through the evening with minimal – if any accumulation. Expect a 9 PM temperature around 35 with a north wind between 10-20 mph. Overnight temperatures will dip to 33 degrees with periods of rain and snow.

Published on November 16, 2009

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Commuter Forecast for Nov. 16, 2009

We will mainly be dealing with rain for the evening commute, although there could be spotty snow falling as well. Watch for wet roadways, but pavement temperatures are lingering around 40° so icy roads should not be a problem.

Published on November 16, 2009

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First snow of winter falls on Lawrence

Snow began falling Monday morning in Lawrence, and a winter weather advisory is in effect for Douglas and Leavenworth counties until 6 a.m. Tuesday. Accumulation on roadways is expected to be minimal.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Nov. 16, 2009

Expect a very cold rain this morning, turning to snow as we continue throughout the day. 1-2 inches of snow will be possible today, with additional snowfall as we head into tonight. Snow chances will continue tonight, with a snow/rain mix by Tuesday.

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Commuter forecast for November 16, 2009

The roads will be a little wet this morning as a cold rain blends with possible snow in a winter mix. Other than weather expect to run into the same roadwork you've dealt with in the past few weeks.

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Bridge blast: Rachel Bell

Rachel Bell, spokeswoman for the Kansas Turnpike Authority, describes what it's like to actually push the button that detonates the explosive charges on the bridge.

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Bridge blast: Rex Fleming

Rex Fleming, project engineer for the Kansas Turnpike Authority, describes what it's like to be close to the blast.

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Bridge blast: Terry Riordan

Dr. Terry Riordan, a Lawrence pediatrician who witnessed the blast, offers tips for anyone looking to watch future blasts in person.

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Bridge blast: Pat Carney

Pat Carney, owner of Chicago Explosive Services, whose company did the blasting, explains why the bridge section drops before the sound reaches spectators.

Published on November 16, 2009