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Videos for November 17, 2009

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Evening weather forecast for November 17, 2009

The heaviest of the rains have moved through the area already but there is still a chance for some lighter showers. The temperatures will hang in the mid-to-low 30s with mild winds.

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Mangino under investigation

KU football coach Mark Mangino is being investigated after an incident brought forth by one of the players. Lew Perkins met with concerned members of the team Tuesday.

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Street musicians protest proposed ban

A ban against panhandlers in downtown Lawrence faced opposition Tuesday from street musicians who claim it violates freedom of expression.

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Suspected cockfighting ring raided

After about two years of investigating, a suspected cockfighting ring was exposed in Douglas County. Law enforcement officials arrested two people in connection with the findings.

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Board to consider closing schools

The school board says it will consider the possibility of closing schools to save money in the face of impending budget cuts.

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Plan for new shelter delayed

The plans for a new homeless shelter have been delayed by the city, though they aren't dead. Action regarding the building will not resume until at least January.

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Invited guest to detonate next bridge section

One invited guest will be chosen from a group of people who have helped the turnpike with projects. The person will be allowed to press the button that will trigger explosives and take down the next section of the Kansas River bridge.

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Haskell professor wins award

Haskell professor Dr. Wildcat received the Teacher of the Month award Tuesday. He was nominated for the prize by a former student.

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Jayhawks barely edge Tigers

Kansas wasn't playing up to its potential Tuesday as the Jayhawks barely escaped with a two-point victory against the Tigers of Memphis. Cole Aldrich played a solid first half.

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Players react to Mangino situation

A few of the KU football players addressed the media in regards to an ongoing situation involving coach Mark Mangino. The Jayhawks are slated to take on Texas this coming Saturday.

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KU athletic department keeping tabs on Mangino

Kansas University Athletic Director Lew Perkins met with the Kansas football team to discuss concerns about head coach Mark Mangino Monday night. Perkins and Mangino met in private on Tuesday as well, though neither divulged information on what was discussed.

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6Sports preview: KU vs. Memphis

Kevin Romary previews the matchup between Kansas and Memphis. The Tigers is 0-8 all-time against teams ranked number one in the country.

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Gov. Mark Parkinson on budget cuts

Parkinson says easy cuts have already been made and further ones will impact government services.

Published on November 17, 2009

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Authorities raid suspected cockfighting operation

Douglas County Sheriff Ken McGovern, Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson and Humane Society of the United States manager of animal fighting issues John Goodwin answer questions at a press conference following the raid of a suspected cockfighting operation at a rural Douglas County home south of Eudora.

Published on November 17, 2009

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Mark Mangino press conference, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009

In his weekly press conference, Coach Mark Mangino discusses the Nebraska game, the upcoming game against Texas, and an investigation the athletic department is conducting.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for Nov. 17, 2009

A slight chance for a drizzle is possible tonight, with mostly cloudy skies and lows into the middle 30s. Clouds will linger into Wednesday, with highs only warming into the lower 40s.

Published on November 17, 2009

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Commuter Forecast for Nov. 17, 2009

Expect a few delays around the area thanks to the light rain that has been falling all day.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for Nov. 17, 2009

We’ll see our temperatures warm into the lower 40s today, under cloudy skies, with spotty cold rain chances throughout the day. Winds will be from the north at 10 to 15 mph, gusting to 25 mph, and will make temperatures feel like the lower to middle 30s.

Published on November 17, 2009

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Commuter forecast for November 17, 2009

The roads will be slick this morning as a very cold rain mixes with snow. There is also a decent chance for some fog and mist and potentially blowing snow so visibility will be down. Give yourself some extra time and space on the drive this morning.

Published on November 17, 2009