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Videos for December 10, 2010

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Original Rules of Basketball Sold for $4.3 Million at Auction

Dr. James Naismith's "Founding Rules of Basketball" were sold at Sotheby's Auction House Friday. KU alumnus David Booth purchased the 13 rules, and hopes to make KU their permanent home.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Smart Strength after-school program boosts fitness, confidence

Michel Loomis, an English teacher, and Chad Richards, owner of Next Level Sports Performance, talk about the Smart Strength program at Central Junior High School that they started last year.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Holiday Adoption for Baldwin City family

After 3 years enduring an international adoption, a Baldwin City family is finally home with their 3 children from Colombia.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Lawrence Man's Dog Shot to Death

Glenn Stowe is searching for answers after his 7-year-old dog was found shot to death. The remains were found on a creek bank near Stowe's home in Leavenworth county.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Deer meat draws hunters out into Kansas' wilderness

Deer hunters take their bucks and does to Santa Fe Trail Meats to process into a variety of venison cuts, providing hunters and their families with pounds of meat for stocking a freezer.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Tafanelli and Garcia detail their plans for the future

Rep. Lee Tafanelli, R-Ozawkie, and Ernest "Ernie" Garcia discuss their plans, including training more Kansas Highway Patrol troopers, after Gov.-elect Sam Brownback nominated them to lead his public safety team.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Brownback picks Tafanelli for adjutant general; Garcia for Highway Patrol superintendent

Governor-elect Sam Brownback on Friday nominated state Rep. Lee Tafanelli, R-Ozawkie, and Ernest "Ernie" Garcia, a retired Marine and former sergeant at arms of the U.S. Senate, to lead his public safety team.

Published on December 10, 2010

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One name, four boys, four different spellings: Lawrence students share popular moniker

At Langston Hughes school at least four students share the same name but spelled four different ways. Meet Bradyn, Braedyn, Brayden and Braiden.

Published on December 10, 2010

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Oread Neighborhood Lighted Path Project

The KU Campus Safety Advisory Board approves $100,000 for the Oread Neighborhood Lighted Path project, now they await a grant from the city.

Published on December 10, 2010