It was a hot, sunny day at South Park, but that didn’t stop hundreds of people from showing up for Lawrence PRIDE. Many attendees told the Times they were there to show love and support — including giving free hugs.
An attorney who has signed on to the long-pending Rontarus Washington Jr. case said on a podcast released Wednesday that he had to apologize to his wife for taking another case in Kansas: “There’s no way I’m letting this go.”
The Lawrence City Commission on Tuesday gave a nod of approval to a program that will allow residents to donate to a utility assistance program to help others who can’t pay their bills.
After speaking out about issues with their Lawrence homeowners’ association, Breeann Bass and her family feel like they can get their quality of life back — at least somewhat.
The Lawrence City Commission on Tuesday will consider a contract that would pay Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas $250 for each application approved for a utility assistance program. That’s roughly equivalent to two or three months’ worth of the average residence’s city utility bills.
About a year since talks began to change the name of a neighborhood in Lawrence, its residents are voting between four finalists.
The final candidate for chief of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office said Friday […]
With the return of Lawrence PRIDE, MsAmanda Love is excited to feel the love of the community that followed the parade down Massachusetts Street each year, prior to the pandemic.
All people entering courtrooms, court offices or adjacent hallways will still be required to wear masks in Douglas County District Court, despite the county’s health order expiring last week.
At least two people have been injured in crashes involving deer on highways in Douglas County within the past week, according to local public safety agencies.