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Overnight weather for May 4, 2010

The skies will be mostly clear and the weather cool overnight. Temperatures will rise into the 80s Tuesday.

Published on May 3, 2010

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Autistic children gain insurance coverage

A four-year fight to gain insurance for children with autism finally made some progress at the state level Monday. Leaders say there is still much work to be done. Kansas is the 18th state to require coverage for those with autism.

Published on May 3, 2010

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District leaders agree to furloughs

School district leaders are doing what they can to help close the budget gap. Leaders agreed Monday to take furlough days to help save schools money and avoid taking funding from programs for the kids.

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Child medication being recalled

Several kinds of children's medication is being recalled. The medications are not harmful if taken but have either higher concentrations or ingredients or contain inactive ingredients.

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Suspect in KU incident appears in court

Samuel Moore, the suspect in last Friday's incident on the KU campus appeared in court Monday to face charges related to the incident. Moore's bail has been set at $18,000.

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Meth ring suspects plead not guilty

Three men suspected of heading a meth ring from a Douglas County home appeared in federal court Monday. All three plead not guilty to the crimes stemming from a raid on the residence.

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Abortion bill headed to Senate

The state House overturned a veto from Gov. Mark Parkinson on an abortion bill making its way through Kansas legislature. The bill would outlaw late-term abortions.

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Area dairy farm seeking public help

Iwig Family Dairy is turning to the public for help in a struggling economy. The dairy is selling membership units to the public to help pay debts and improve operations.

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Legal community celebrates Law Day

Area residents gathered downtown Monday to celebrate Law Day. Attorney General Steve Six spoke to the crowd about the legal system and current initiatives.

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State smoking ban drawing near

The statewide smoking ban will go into effect starting in July. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment launched a new website it hopes will help businesses adjust.

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Kidcast: Canten Ambrose

The 6News Kidcast weather segment for May 3, 2010.

Published on May 3, 2010

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Dead batteries to blame for KU outage

Dead backup batteries were the cause of an outage that left the KU campus without internet and e-mail access last week. The batteries have been replaced and the system is back up and running.

Published on May 3, 2010

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KU pitcher earns conference honors

KU starting pitcher T.J. Walz was named the Big 12 pitcher of the week. It is the second time this season Walz has been recognized with the honor.

Published on May 3, 2010

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6Sports Top Six

The top six plays from the week's area sports.

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Sedgwick residents question owl disposal

Residents are questioning the methods of the Sedgwick County Zoo after it euthanized four young owls. The zoo is not allowed to hold animals.

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Missouri woman faces chase charges

A Missouri woman who led police on a high-speed chase Saturday is facing two charges related to the incident. The woman's bond has been set at $15,000.

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Stanford professor talks climate at KU

A Stanford professor and author spoke to students at Kansas University about the politics behind climate change Monday. Stephen Schneider believes science is a full contact sport.

Published on May 3, 2010

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Burger stand getting own home

The gourmet burgers served at Dempsey's in downtown Lawrence will have a new home soon. The burger stand will be opening its own place on Massachusetts Street.

Published on May 3, 2010

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6 Weather Afternoon Forecast for May 3, 2010

Winds will become southerly and increase into Tuesday. Gusts up to 30 mph will allow warm air to surge into Northeast Kansas. Afternoon highs for Tuesday will reach the lower 80s.

Published on May 3, 2010

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Commuter Forecast for May 3, 2010

Expect mostly clear sailing while driving to wrap up your Monday.

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6 Weather Morning Forecast for May 3, 2010

A cold front will continue to push out of the area ushering in drier air and northerly winds. Any morning clouds will clear through the day with skies becoming mostly sunny by the afternoon and evening.

Published on May 3, 2010

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Commuter forecast for May 3, 2010

There may be a stray shower that passes through the area this morning. Apart from ongoing bridge and road work there shouldn't be any major delays and the sun should be showing itself.

Published on May 3, 2010

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Richard Brown

Richard Brown discusses his life since his cancer diagnosis in 2007.

Published on May 3, 2010