Videos for September 13, 2010

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Overnight weather or September 14, 2010

There's a chance of storms overnight and scattered showers tomorrow during the day, but temperatures will still be in the 80s.

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College students help map Clinton Lake trails

Lawrence Parks and Rec want the trails mapped, so 16 KU geography students are helping by using a compass, tape measure and plain old paper and pencil.

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Warrior Walker visits Lawrence

Scottsdale, Ariz., native Stanley Bronstein wants to walk five hours in all states to raise awareness for walking and wellness. He walked on campus today and his next stop will be in Columbia, Mo.

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Gov. Parkinson lands new job for when he's done in Topeka

Parkinson will head a national association of nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the D.C. area.

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Wellness campus request denied by school board

The wellness campus was proposed for the southeast edge of Lawrence, but school board members said organizers needed to look elsewhere.

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Two schools go into lockdown after car chase

South Junior High and Broken Arrow Elementary went into lockdown Monday after a car chase ended near 27th and Louisiana streets and the occupants fled on foot.

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Area landlords not happy about prospect of downtown food cart

A proposal for a food cart at 10th and Massachusetts streets is set to go before city commission tomorrow, and landlords for nearby buildings and restaurants are not thrilled about the idea.

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Development group wants to rezone land to build warehouse

The rezoning would open up the possibility of construction of a $21 million plastics warehouse northwest of Lawrence.

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High school journalists concerned about funding cuts

The state department has plans to cut funding to high school journalism programs, which has many students worried that they'll be able to continue in their programs at all.

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Kidcast: Kale Frost

The 6News kidcast segment for September 13, 2010.

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Jayhawks look like united team for first time this season

Coach Turner Gill said the game against Georgia Tech was the first time KU looked like a working team this year.

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KU's Springer named Big 12 defensive player of the week

Senior linebacker Justin Springer recorded a career-high 15 tackles against Georgia Tech.

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15 teams compete in 2010 Firebird Invitational

The Lawrence Country Club hosted 80 golfers for the high school golf tournament.

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6Sports Top Six

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

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Commuter forecast for September 13, 2010

There will be normal delays near the east Lawrence interchange because of construction. Otherwise, expect an easy commute.

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Afternoon weather for September 13, 2010

A tornado watch to the north should not affect Douglas County. Temperatures will be around 78 degrees at 9 p.m.

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Morning weather for September 13, 2010

Expect a pleasant, warm day with the humidity climbing as the day progresses. Monday's high is 88 degrees.

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Commuter forecast for September 13, 2010

It's a perfect start for your Monday morning with clear skies and comfortable temperatures in the low 60s.

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Topeka artist shakes, rattles and sprays

Artist Isaac Stallbaumer, Topeka, shows off his craft in this time-lapse video. It took Stallbaumer a little over three minutes in real time to complete this piece.

Published on September 13, 2010