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The University of Kansas is likely to receive nearly triple the amount of federal dollars […]
After several fire deaths that state officials say were incorrectly considered accidents, Kansas legislators are examining whether to give further law enforcement powers to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
A sex crime report that has recently surfaced in a long-pending Lawrence murder case is raising new questions for a group of supporters who believe Rontarus Washington Jr. has been wrongly charged with the crime.
A week of advocacy at the University of Kansas continued in earnest Thursday, as members […]
Kansas barbers are again pushing for a bill creating the Kansas Barbering Act, an overhaul of state standards for cutting hair professionally.
Supporters of legislation that would restrict drinking, nudity and touching at strip clubs say sweeping changes to the industry are necessary to crack down on illegal activities.
In the third day of planned protests on the University of Kansas campus this week, […]
Lawrence Mutual Aid Network writes: “We need to not only end homelessness but end the potential of any community member feeling as if they do not have resources or options to feel secure in their own housing.”
The judge could soon rule on whether Albert Wilson, now 25, will see a new trial.
Two days after the KU football program “mutually parted ways” with coach Les Miles following allegations of sexual harassment during his tenure at Louisiana State University, AD Jeff Long has lost his job as well.
With the Capitol more or less empty, Kansas Reflector journalists Sherman Smith, Noah Taborda and C.J. Janovy got together for a podcast discussion about some of the 124 bills passed by the House and the more modest total of 88 approved by the Senate.
C.J. Janovy, of Kansas Reflector, speaks with Lawrence life coach Jay Pryor about U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall’s push for an anti-trans sports bill.
Just for fun, the Times polled Twitter followers Tuesday following the announcement from the county that, effective today, restrictions related to COVID-19 would be loosened a bit.
David Tamez, director of local podcast Lawrence Talks!, recently invited Lawrence Times reporter/founder Mackenzie Clark on to talk about the roles and responsibilities of local journalism.
Kansas Athletics on Tuesday announced it had settled on a $1.9M payout to end Les Miles’ obligations to the football program.
Originally published by Kansas Reflector on March 9, 2021: TOPEKA — After 412 days of […]
TOPEKA — Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt took the political plunge Tuesday by confirming plans […]
Starting Wednesday, bars and restaurants in Douglas County will no longer be subject to restricted […]
The Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity at the University of Kansas will […]
While University of Kansas officials and representatives of the union that supports its roughly 1,100 […]
Originally published in Kansas Reflector on March 8, 2021: WASHINGTON — People who are fully […]
Originally published by Kansas Reflector on March 7, 2021: TOPEKA — New estimates of how […]
Story updated at 10:07 p.m. The University of Kansas announced late Monday that it and […]
Jayhawk Boulevard on the University of Kansas campus is pictured on Saturday, March 8, 2021. […]