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A person was shot and killed by police in eastern Lawrence Sunday evening, according to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
The Marching Lions’ Centennial Celebration show will feature a wide array of music that aims to highlight the culture of the Lawrence High School band and build upon 100 years of tradition and history.
One person was killed in a crash near Lecompton late Saturday, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
The Rev It Up Hot Rod Streetfest returned to South Park Saturday with food, live music and plenty of nifty automobiles on display.
Energized by a 4-0 win streak, KU fans were celebrating with games, barbecue, music, and more, all around the stadium and surrounding neighborhoods.
Jayhawk fans of all ages gathered on Mass Street Friday night for the inaugural Rock Chalk Block Party.
The harms of federal Native American boarding schools did not stop when those who survived eventually left them, panelists said during a virtual forum Friday afternoon.
Lois Hamilton, 2/18/1939 – 9/26/2022
As Lawrence High School sophomore Arabella Gipp began to realize a personal disconnect with the mental health resources in the area, she could also see those around her were in the same boat. This prompted her to take action.
Several students in KU’s Indigenous Studies Program this week hand-delivered an open letter to administrators, stating their frustrations with the university’s handling of Native American human remains in its possession.
Lawrence community members can get a closer look at a variety of electric vehicles at a showcase on Sunday at South Park.
It was a coincidence that the odor of gas drove workers out of the Lawrence High School kitchen for a while Thursday morning, on the same day that they had planned to picket. But the stench obviously didn’t improve their situation.
Shawnee County District Judge Cheryl Rios agreed Thursday to lower Dana Chandler’s bond and change the venue for a new trial in her 20-year-old double murder case.
A handful of those who rely on the services of Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center provided critiques Thursday during the first of two public listening sessions at the center.
Enrollment at state universities, community colleges and technical colleges in Kansas this fall semester dwindled, though KU recruited its largest freshman class in 14 years.
A flyover is planned Saturday afternoon ahead of kickoff as the Jayhawks (4-0) take on the Iowa State Cyclones (3-1) in KU’s homecoming game.
Big Mill executes Detroit-style pizza well with “appreciably high-quality” ingredients, bringing a unique option to Lawrence’s culinary offerings, Elwood Schaad writes in this review.
A new set of picture books at Cordley Elementary will be used to bridge age gaps and experiences. ”Hawk Families” have launched for monthly get-togethers aimed at highlighting the unique lived experiences and diversity of Cordley families.
Here’s an audio recording of general public comment from the Douglas County Commission’s Wednesday meeting, taken via the Zoom virtual meeting.
As juror Ben Alford listened to Terri Anderson’s sensational story at last month’s high-profile double-murder trial in Topeka, he scribbled a big “WTF” in his notes.
Kansas hospital spending grew 13% in 2020, at a faster rate than the national average. That could mean higher health insurance premiums.
The Lawrence Arts Center will host several events this week to expand on its three newest exhibitions, which encompass themes of environmentalism, music, cultural representation and more.
Tuesday was not Butch Patrick’s first visit to Lawrence, but it was a special one for “Munsters” fans.
The writing may be on the wall for a former Douglas County sheriff’s deputy and Lawrence police officer.
Despite numerous complaints and red flags, years passed before Brad Williams’ peace officer certification was challenged.
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