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Chipotle must reaffirm labor rights and walk back punishments after a Lawrence employee alleged that management had engaged in union busting.
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KU plans a 15-year expansion of a high-technology and bioscience business park on campus to directly create 4,000 jobs through development, recruitment and retention of a generation of companies that drive economic growth in the state.
A two-year inquiry into federal whistleblower programs created to thwart corporate fraud led a KU law professor to conclude two prominent initiatives aimed at identifying misconduct were undermined by cronyism and secrecy.
The United Way organizations representing Douglas County and Topeka announced plans Wednesday for a merger that will create a significant regional charitable organization: the United Way of Kaw Valley.
When Ian Hoopes pulled the cover off of his 2022 Van Go Benchmark piece, he wasn’t just unveiling a piece of art — he was unveiling a piece of himself.
There were chores galore on Friday as 4-H club members and other youth tended to their booths during the Douglas County Fair.
A festival this Saturday in Lawrence will give young entrepreneurs a platform to showcase and sell their unique, handmade work.
U.S. Army base closure personnel responsible for the former Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant offered Wednesday the first update in three years on costly remediation of soil, water, buildings and drainage pipes contaminated by decades of manufacturing high explosives.
What’s in a name? Though it’s been rebranded as the Summer Sale, the event formerly called the Sidewalk Sale will return to downtown Lawrence Thursday.
People of color in Kansas and Missouri are often saddled with medical debt. That hurts their credit and their ability to get good loans, to buy homes and a range of other things that fuel middle class wealth.
More than 70 local households have been approved for housing vouchers but can’t find a rental unit that matches their needs. To help alleviate that shortfall, the Lawrence-Douglas County Housing Authority will host a symposium July 28 to educate property owners about incentives and support available for those who partner with the agency.
Pizza Tascio, coming soon to 1004 Massachusetts St., is “actually authentic New York pizza,” according to owner Erik Borger.
Gov. Laura Kelly prevailed in a whirlwind economic development competition Wednesday by landing a commitment from Panasonic Corp. to build the largest electric vehicle battery plant in the world at an industrial park in eastern Kansas.
A subsidiary of Japanese industrial giant Panasonic Corp. will build a $4 billion plant in De Soto, Kansas, to make batteries for Tesla electric vehicles.
The next president of KU Endowment left his last higher ed position after the school’s board of trustees was unwilling to change anti-LGBTQ policies, according to the endowment.
Mi Ranchito, a family-owned Mexican restaurant, survived the pandemic with support from a loyal customer base. But now its owners are struggling with a new challenge: shutting down rumors that the Lawrence location is closing.