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Videos for March 9, 2010

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Overnight weather for March 9, 2010

Temperatures will be a little cooler overnight and there is a chance for some scattered spotty showers. Wednesday will be warmer but with a chance for some rumbling thunder later in the day.

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Lessons from Lincoln: Active enforcement

Lincoln police uphold strict policies to help protect against binge-drinking problems. Officers patrol the bar scene during closing hours to help ensure a safer environment.

Published on March 9, 2010

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Cancer victim memorialized with pink tractor

A Tonganoxie man who lost his wife to breast cancer two years ago is remembering her through something she left behind: her tractor. Harold Denholm painted the vehicle pink and uses it in parades and on his farm to help remember his wife and raise awareness for the disease.

Published on March 9, 2010

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School board cuts deficit, saves schools

The Lawrence school board proposed a plan that would cut millions from the year's budget without closing any elementary schools. Members of the community who attended Tuesday's meeting applauded the results and efforts of the board members.

Published on March 9, 2010

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Plan for short-term meters approved

The Lawrence city commission preliminarily approved a plan to install four 15-minute quick parking meters on Massachusetts Street. The changes will take at least two months to implement.

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Charges filed in weekend hit-and-run

Charges were filed against the man who ran over a Lawrence woman in his vehicle Sunday. The woman is in fair condition in a Kansas City area hospital.

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Parkinson to sign smoking ban into law

Governor Mark Parkinson is expected to sign a bill for a statewide smoking ban into law this week. The bill would help keep Kansas air cleaner and healthier for Kansans to breathe.

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Eudora AD may step down

Dave Durkin of the Eudora school district may be stepping aside at the end of this school year. The longtime district employee has played a large role in organizing the school's athletic activities.

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Perimeter defense a Jayhawk concern

The Jayhawks have not defended the perimeter well during their two losses this season, allowing their opponents to shoot better than 50 percent from beyond the arc. Kansas will have to play tighter if they want to have a successful post season.

Published on March 9, 2010

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KU baseball rolls past St. Mary

The Jayhawks were seemingly unaffected by the weather Tuesday as they went to work on opponent St. Mary. Kansas shut out the Spires 10-0 behind strong pitching and quality hitting.

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Haskell begins post season play

The Haskell women's basketball team is set to begin play in the post season Wednesday morning. The ladies will play their first game in the NAIA national tournament.

Published on March 9, 2010

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Freshmen help Firebirds to state

The lady Firebirds will take the court in the state tournament at the No. 7 seed. It is the team's first appearance in the tournament in three years.

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Second-grade educator teacher of the month

The Teacher of the Month award went to a faculty member at Langston Hughes Elementary. Second-grade teacher Leslie Ross won the award after being nominated by a student's parent.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for March 9, 2010

A few breaks in the clouds will be possible, resulting in the chance for pop-up storms by the afternoon. A few storms could be strong. Cloudy skies continue tonight, with lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s.

Published on March 9, 2010

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Commuter Forecast for March 9, 2010

Rain puddles will be dotting the roads, but overall the afternoon's commute should be fairly typical.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for March 9, 2010

Mostly cloudy skies and showers will be possible throughout the day, with highs in the middle to upper 50s. A few breaks in the clouds will be possible, resulting in the chance for pop-up storms by the afternoon.

Published on March 9, 2010

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Commuter forecast for March 9, 2010

It's going to be another wet morning on the roads today, which means there could be some slick spots. The rain is expected to continue and there may be some patchy areas of fog toward Kansas City. The visibility may not always be the best on the drive today so be safe.

Published on March 9, 2010

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Eye of the Storm: Part One

The 6News weather team looks at the ferocious storms of years past and preparations for this year's severe weather season.

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Eye of the Storm: Part Two

The 6News weather team looks at the ferocious storms of years past and preparations for this year's severe weather season.

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Eye of the Storm: Part Three

The 6News weather team looks at the ferocious storms of years past and preparations for this year's severe weather season.

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Eye of the Storm: Part Four

The 6News weather team looks at the ferocious storms of years past and preparations for this year's severe weather season.

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Bill Self press conference - March 8, 2010

Bill Self addressed the media at a press conference on March 8, 2010.

Published on March 9, 2010