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Videos for July 30, 2010

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Overnight weather for July 31, 2010

You might run into a scattered shower tonight, and tomorrow will be slightly cooler at 91.

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Barrel races kick off Douglas County Fair

The fair runs through August 8.

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Worth the trip: Red X

Cathy Hamilton takes a look at the store in Riverside, Missouri, which she describes as a mix of Wal-Mart, the Smithsonian Institute and Graceland.

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MagnaGro cited for 11 violations

Federal authorities fined the business $73,000.

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Ambulance, LifeStar respond to accident south of Eudora

Both the ambulance and the helicopter left without a passenger.

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Man jailed after threatening woman with knife

Police say the man pulled a knife on a woman in north Lawrence.

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Memorial set up for girls killed in Jefferson Co. crash

The three girls died after an accident in which they weren't wearing their seat belts.

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Students cash in during moving season

Local students have gotten in on the moving business this season.

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Vision screenings given in Topeka

The screenings were part of Gov. Parkinson's Eye on Diabetes Day.

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Government to give some Kansas families money for school supplies

Gov. Parkinson said 1100 Kansas families would receive checks for $500 to help out with back-to-school purchases.

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Estimates say 19% of Douglas Co. voters will vote in primaries

This would be a higher turnout than in the 2006 primaries.

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KU Med Center grant to help American Indians

Kansas University Medical Center receives $7.5 million grant to create Center for American Indian Community Health. The center will have specific research projects that focus on tobacco usage among college students and mammograms for women.

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Russell Robinson uses Facebook to get ideas for donating

The former KU basketball player was wanting a way to get rid of some KU gear while benefiting local charities.

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Free State lineman to play in Shrine Bowl

Michael Lisher will play in this year's Shrine Bowl in Pittsburg before going on to college at Nebraska-Omaha.

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6Sports Challenge: LHS summer running workout

6Sports anchor Kevin Romary joins the LHS football team in his third summer sports challenge. He runs sprints with the guys, but doesn't go all the way.

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Robinson donates memorabilia to benefit service organizations

Former KU basketball player Russell Robinson dropped off mementos from his playing career at the Lawrence Community Center, 214 W 10th St., Friday morning to be auctioned to benefit Lawrence service organizations. Teri Guntert, pastor and counselor at the shelter, was on hand to assist Robinson.

Published on July 30, 2010

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for July 30, 2010

Hot and humid weather continues to for your Friday. South winds and sunshine will allow temperatures to climb into the middle 90s. Higher humidity will create heat index values between 100 and 105 degrees.

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Commuter forecast for July 30, 2010

There might be some lingering showers this morning and temperatures will be in the mid-70s. Driving conditions should be normal, and a chance of showers returns this Friday afternoon.

Published on July 30, 2010