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Videos for March 31, 2010

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Overnight weather for March 31, 2010

After a warm day the temperatures aren't going to drop much during the evening. Thursday will be more of the same with temperatures in the 80s and some clouds in the sky.

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Area pilots help save puppies

Area pilots working with Pilots and Paws are helping to save the lives of animals in need. The pilots fly the animals to rescue centers and new adoptive homes.

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Construction looms in turnpike future

The Kansas Turnpike is looking to approve a project to widen parts of the road to six lanes. The project would cost more than $100 million and would begin sometime near 2017.

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Parkinson says tax increases possible

Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson said more cuts to program funding are not the way the state is going to get out of debt. Tax increases may be the best option to relieve the budget deficit.

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District court clerk's office cutting hours

The Douglas County District Court clerk's office is cutting back on hours to try and fight through the budget crisis. The officer will open an hour later and close an hour earlier.

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One arrested in death investigation

A 36-year-old transient man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a death at a residence in the 800 block of Maine Street. The original incident occurred Sunday night, but police discovered the body when they were called to check on the man after he didn't show up for work.

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Identity theft a concern with prison workers

Some have voiced concerns about inmates in Kansas doing data entry on personal information for the state. Federal bills have been proposed that would make the current programs illegal.

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Charges yet to be filed in chase arrest

Shawnee County prosecutors have until Friday to file charges against a man that led law enforcement officials on a one-hour car chase Tuesday. The man was arrested near his home.

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North Lawrence traffic to open Thursday

Two-way traffic to and from North Lawrence will once again be open Thursday. The construction has been going on since July of 2009.

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Local McDonald's plans to supersize self

The McDonald's on 23rd Street has submitted a proposal to the city for expansion plans. The current building would be torn down and replaced with a larger building.

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KU names new CLAS dean

Kansas University has named its new dean for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The newly appointed dean will begin his official duties on July 1.

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KU's Perkins to speak at Dole Institute

Kansas University's athletic director Lew Perkins will be speaking at the Dole Institute. Perkins has been at KU since June 2003.

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KU baseball wins again

Kansas won another close game against Missouri State on Wednesday in Lawrence. The Jayhawks won, 7-6, to improve to 17-9 overall.

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Offensive coordinator going to work

KU football's offensive coordinator took over the offensive responsibilities from Turner Gill at Wednesday's practice. Chuck Long said competition between team members is heating up.

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LHS baseball looking to defend title

The Lions rattled off 16 straight victories to claim the state title in 2009. The Lawrence High team is looking to continue its high level of play as the new season begins.

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KU releases iPhone application

Kansas University released its application for mobile devices Wednesday. The application helps fans keep track of news, navigate on campus and even plays the Rock Chalk Chant.

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Arrest made in relation with death on Maine St.

Sgt. Bill Cory discusses the investigation surrounding the death of Douglas Fleming, 46.

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Gill talks spring football

KU football coach Turner Gill discusses the team taking to the field for spring practice.

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for March 31, 2010

Lows tonight dip into the upper 50s, with highs warming into the lower 80s by Thursday. Showers and storms will be possible later Friday, with a slight chance for showers early Saturday, with highs only in the lower 60s Saturday.

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Commuter Forecast for March 31, 2010

Enjoy a pleasant drive home this afternoon, with only the usual delays to worry about.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for March 31, 2010

More sunshine for your Wednesday, with highs warming into the upper 70s to lower 80s. Winds will be breezy today, but a little lighter, picking back up for Thursday, out of the south at 15 to 25 mph, with stronger gusts.

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Police investigating man's death

Law enforcement officers are investigating the death of a man found in a house in the 800 block of Maine Street.

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Recipe for Cheddar Ale Soup

Free State brewery Executive Chef Rick Martin talks about the tradition of the popular cheddar ale soup.

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Commuter forecast for March 31, 2010

You won't need to wear layers this morning as you prepare to head out the door. It should be a mild-weathered morning leading into a very warm afternoon. No major traffic delays to deal with today.

Published on March 31, 2010