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Videos for March 2, 2010

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Overnight weather for March 2, 2010

The forecast for Wednesday, March 3 calls for a high of 45 degrees and a low of 23.

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Lawrence woman's wait for disability claim ends at long last

For those stuck in disability backlogs, the wait can seem endless.

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Collins to play final Fieldhouse game vs. K-State

Sherron Collins, who will play his final game at Allen Fieldhouse on Wednesday, will go down as one of the greatest guards in KU history.

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Tonganoxie working to improve 'walkability'

Tonganoxie is putting into action a plan to build a safer and more expansive trails system.

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Education officials hear public debate at fourth forum

The Lawrence school board heard from both sides of the school closing debate Tuesday night at its fourth public forum.

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Hillcrest teacher takes Elementary Teacher of the Year award

Longtime Hillcrest School teacher and 25-year veteran Leellyn Tuel earned the city's Elementary Teacher of the Year awards.

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Basehor girls roll past Bishop Ward

The Basehor girls defeated Bishop Ward Tuesday in Class 4A sub-state.

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Basehor boys move closer to title

Class 4A favorite Basehor rolled past Bishop Ward by a wide margin in sub-state play on Tuesday.

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Eudora boys handle Piper

Eudora handled Piper by four points in sub-state action on Tuesday.

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Governor addresses budget shortfall

Kansas governor Mark Parkinson addressed Tuesday the state of Kansas' rocky budget situation.

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Tonganoxie boys trip Atchison

The fourth-seeded Tonganoxie boys tripped Atchison in sub-state play on Tuesday.

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Stuckey wows at NFL Combine

Former Kansas University safety Darrell Stuckey posted a sub-4.50 40-yard dash time, impressing analysts and perhaps helping his NFL Draft stock.

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Brownback holds lead in pre-election polls

Sam Brownback enjoys a large pre-election lead in the upcoming race for Kansas governor.

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Commission rejects apartment plan

City commissioners rejected a plan to build a large apartment complex in southwest Lawrence.

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USPS moving toward curtailing services

The United States Postal service wants to eliminate Saturday delivery.

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GameDay Cram Session: Kansas State

KUSports.com online editor Jesse Newell and Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan take a look at what to expect from the Kansas basketball team's matchup against Kansas State.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for March 2, 2010

Mostly sunny skies will return tomorrow with highs in the low to mid 40s. The moderating trend really begins Thursday with mostly sunny skies once again and highs in the mid 40s. That trend should take us to 60 by Sunday and/or Monday.

Published on March 2, 2010

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Commuter Forecast for March 2, 2010

No weather delays are expected this afternoon for your daily commute.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for March 2, 2010

Expect mostly sunny skies for your Tuesday, with highs in the lower 40s, with a light north wind. Clear skies will continue tonight with lows in the lower to middle 20s.

Published on March 2, 2010

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Commuter Forecast for March 2, 2010

The Tuesday commute should bring some patchy fog and mist and normal traffic along Interstate 70.

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Global Warming

Michael Crawford, a professor of anthropology at KU, describes how global warming represents the next big change coming to humanity, regarding human migration.

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Universality of Migration

Michael Crawford, a professor of anthropology at KU, explains how migration is "universal" among people, making the study of such movement important.

Published on March 2, 2010