One of the top administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University has announced her retirement, retroactive […]
Douglas County’s elections will soon be run from the corner of 23rd and Louisiana Streets — in a location double the size of its current location on the first floor of the county courthouse.
After 139 years to the day, community members will memorialize the deaths of three Black men who were lynched in 1882.
Only one course at the University of Kansas describes its curriculum as guided by Critical […]
One adult and two children have been displaced after a fire early Friday in the 400 block of Pleasant Street, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical. The family dog did not survive.
The second of three candidates to become the next chief of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office on Thursday made clear that he and many other police chiefs across the country recognize a need for police reform.
For Terence Calloway, reforming a university police department takes a multifaceted effort, he said. He’s one of three finalists to take over as chief of KU’s Public Safety Office after current chief Chris Keary announced internally that he planned to retire this year.
Since Just Food opened in 2009, the organization’s truck has been its “workhorse” — but it was stolen and severely damaged last week.
The Lawrence City Commission is headed for an Aug. 3 primary election after nine candidates filed to run for the three seats up for election this November.
The search for the next leader of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office has narrowed to three finalists — all of whom will deliver campus community presentations this week.