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Videos for June 14, 2010

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LHS boosters hope to add to new stadium

Boosters are hoping they can add more amenities to the new press box, including ticket counters and concession stands.

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Lawrence School Board approve closure of East Heights Early Childhood Center

Students at this school will go to Kennedy Elementary. The closure will save the district $250,000.

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Bud Stallworth Jr. helps celebrate Father's Day

The former KU basketball player gave a lecture today about how children need a good father figure and mentor. Dads Days events are ongoing all week.

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Trash removal costs may go up

Rising costs at the landfill may be transferred to Lawrence residents, who could see a $1 increase on their bills.

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Construction makes getting to local greenhouse harder

Howard Pine's Garden Center in north Lawrence has seen decreased sales since construction started near Johnny's and now with the construction on exit 204 of the turnpike.

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Democrats keeping primaries open to voters not in party

Republican primaries will remained closed to everyone except registered Republicans. Primaries are August 3.

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Two men arrested this weekend seen in court today

One was arrested for aggravated battery and another for a stabbing incident.

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Relay for Life teams raise more than $172,000

The relay also collected more than 5,000 cans for the local food pantry and animal shelter.

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Kidcast: Logan Farmer

Logan Farmer delivers the highs and lows for June 15.

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Overnight weather for June 15, 2010

Tonight we'll see temperatures in the low 60s with some hit-or-miss showers. Tomorrow will be 82 and nice with a slight chance for showers.

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Topekans angry after tornado sirens sound late

Topeka officials say that tornado sirens sounded late during severe weather Sunday because of human error.

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Texas officials confirm the school is staying in the Big 12

The school will make more than $20 million from a new TV contract.

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Brett Ballard instructs kids at Bill Self's basketball camp

Ballard used Tyshawn Taylor, Brady Morningstar and Tyrel Reed to demonstrate to the kids.

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6Sports Top Six

The top six plays from area sports in the past week.

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Leader of KU Endowment says nothing to fear with conference realignment

Dale Seuferling said that with the new conference arrangement could come new funding opportunities.

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Severe weather leads to blockaded roads

Rain in Douglas County Sunday night led to Lawrence officials blocking off roads at 23rd and Ousdahl.

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Topeka cleans up after Sunday's severe weather

A National Weather Service meteorologist assessed the damage and said the wind was gusting at more than 70 miles per hour.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for June 14, 2010

Drier and cooler air is filtering into the area, with only occasional showers to deal with for the rest of the day.

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Commuter Forecast for June 14, 2010

No major problems are expected this afternoon, although there could be some flooded areas in Platte County.

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Big 12 reportedly to stay intact

The new deal would leave the conference with 10 teams, with each school making $14 million or more from a TV contract. Texas, Texas Tech and Oklahoma would all make $20 million or more.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for June 14, 2010

A few showers and storms could linger to start the day, but the overall trend will be for the wet weather to end. With that said, much of Northeast Kansas remains under a flash flood watch through Monday afternoon. Many local rivers will continue to rise through the middle of the work week thanks to runoff.

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Commuter forecast for June 14, 2010

The roads are still wet from the overnight rain and there are some areas of localized flooding. The rain should be letting up through the morning and the temperatures should be comfortable. Drive safely.

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Severe weather brings heavy rain

Severe weather that passed through Douglas County Sunday night brought heavy rains and some strong winds.

Published on June 14, 2010