The City of Lawrence will soon launch a mobile app where community members can report code compliance issues, missed trash pickups and more, according to a city news release.
Kansas will hold a presidential preference primary on March 19 instead of the traditional caucuses. Voting will look pretty much like our regular elections. Here’s what you should know.
Shebah ran the streets last fall scavenging for food, her ribs protruding against her skin. With support from Lawrence Humane Society, she is healthier now and making strides toward a forever family.
Students with the KU School of Law’s Legal Aid Clinic will host a criminal record expungement clinic Monday at the Lawrence Public Library.
The numbers of people seeking emergency winter shelter have “significantly increased” since extreme weather hit last week, and the City of Lawrence announced Tuesday plans for a third overflow shelter to open.
We’ve published ways to help people experiencing homelessness in Lawrence during the extreme cold weather. Here are some ways to help pets.
From grassroots organizations to the Lawrence Community Shelter, there are numerous ways to support those who need help as the area sees dangerously cold temperatures in the coming days.
Emergency personnel encourage Lawrence community members to prepare for the bitter cold coming this weekend.
A service that gives Douglas County first responders extra information to better help people in emergencies will be available for at least five more years under a renewed contract.
Douglas County and Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center are seeking applicants for an advisory group that will be asked to point out issues and pose solutions to improve care at the Treatment and Recovery Center.
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