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Group looks to help people invest locally
A group is looking to help people keep money in local business. The Slow Money Association looks to help connect investors with producers and sellers of local goods.
Published on October 11, 2009
Evening weather forecast for October 11, 2009
The night will remain chilly with a little bit of a light mist. Temperatures will be in the low 40s and high 30s throughout the evening.
Chestnut pickers enjoy harvest
Pickers, both paid and volunteer, at Chestnut Charlie's enjoyed this fall's harvest season. Pickers enjoy being outdoors, though most can only handle a few hours on the prowl for chestnuts.
Arrest made after man steals ambulance
A 21-year-old man was arrested early Sunday morning after stealing an ambulance and leading police on a brief low-speed chase. The man was intoxicated.
Dogs strut stuff in shows
About 900 dogs took part in shows for the Lawrence Jayhawk Kennel Club this weekend. Despite national declines in dog show participants, the weekend shows drew just as many as in years past.
KU football hangs on against ISU
The Jayhawks nearly bit off more than they could chew against the Cyclones Saturday. KU was victorious in the conference opener, improving its record to 5-0.
Colorado knocks off soccer Jayhawks
The KU soccer team couldn't convert its chances in its game against Colorado this weekend. The Jayhawks dropped to 1-4 in conference play.
Cyclones volleyball blows past Jayhawks
The Jayhawks lost their conference match-up to the Cyclones this weekend. Kansas lost the match 3-0.
Haskell football goes down to wire
Haskell's football team lost a close game during the weekend, failing to convert a two-point try after scoring late. The team falls to 3-4 on the season with the defeat.
Sunday, October 11 afternoon weather
A view from the 6News towercam.
Morning weather for October 11, 2009
A view from the 6News Towercam.
Mark's on the Move: Hula hoop fans twirl their way to fitness, fun
The Wakarusa Festival may be just a memory here, but it has left a lasting impression on a hula hoop club here in Lawrence.