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Videos for May 12, 2011

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KU grad Jennifer Kissinger answers three questions

Jennifer Kissinger, a 36-year-old mother of her 14-year-old son, Ben, will graduate this year with a degree in biology. After Kansas University kicked her out her first time because of bad grades, she eventually returned and is a candidate to graduate with distinction.

Published on May 12, 2011

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Candlelight vigil held for boy killed in fatal crash on K-10

Ali Shutt, of Eudora, holds a candle for herself and her son Cainan, as she is surrounded by family and friends as during a candlelight memorial for Cainan Shutt, 5, who was killed in a car accident on K-10 in April. Shutt's daughter Courtlynn Shutt, 2, who was injured in the accident is held by a friend during the memorial. The memorial was held in conjunction with a KDOT and Douglas County meeting in Eudora on safety issues on K-10.

Published on May 12, 2011

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Lawrence city manager reacts to citizen survey

City Manager David Corliss gives his reaction to why Lawrence street conditions fared poorly in the 2011 Citizen's Survey.

Published on May 12, 2011

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Gov. Sam Brownback speaks with reporters about abolishing the Kansas Arts Commission

Gov. Sam Brownback on Thursday speaks briefly with reporters about his decision to abolish the Kansas Arts Commission, the state's finances, and his proposals that he said will improve the Kansas economy. His remarks were made after signing 10 bills into law.

Published on May 12, 2011

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Lawrence Arts Center City Youth Theater’s Wake Up Coalition rehearses 'Spring Awakening'

The Lawrence Arts Center City Youth Theater’s Wake Up Coalition rehearses the Frank Wedekind play, “Spring Awakening" on May 11.

Published on May 12, 2011

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Kansas hit-and-run bill signed into law by Gov. Brownback

Gov. Sam Brownback on Thursday signed into law House Bill 2044, which increases penalties for drivers who leave the scene of an accident. The measure was prompted by several fatalities in Lawrence. Also speaking were House Democratic Leader Paul Davis of Lawrence; Ryan Crum, whose father, Thomas Crum, was killed in a 2008 hit-and-run accident; and Michael Kanost, whose son Ryan was killed in 2006 while he was a student at Kansas University.

Published on May 12, 2011