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Q: Dear Cody, can you introduce your dog, Monét?
A: I thought you’d never ask!
Some Douglas County parents are organizing to thank teachers for all their contributions during a tumultuous year that included a global pandemic.
Tulips are on their way out and irises are on their way in, Tom Harper, […]
Evergy will retire its coal power plant in Lawrence by the end of 2023, the […]
A virtual forum on housing issues in Douglas and Shawnee counties is set for May 19.
The University of Kansas has the next leader of its embattled football program. Weeks after […]
Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach launched a campaign Thursday for the Republican nomination for attorney general and came under fire from the state’s most influential business lobbying organization that declared a Kobach candidacy carried too much risk for Kansans.
Lawrence High School students share photos and writings from their portfolio class during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crews were at work Thursday morning in Lawrence to determine how exactly to move a massive boulder in order to return it to its rightful owners.
The Lawrence Humane Society’s Paw Valley Challenge begins Saturday. No team? No problem — all are welcome on Sugar’s team.
“I’ve chosen to spend my energy protecting, advocating for, loving on, breathing life into and creating possibility for quite frankly the most brilliant, the bravest, the baddest Blackest queerest people on earth,” Cody Charles writes.
It rained in Lawrence Wednesday — and then it rained some more. Really quickly. Suddenly […]
Lawrence has a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity for funding to combat homelessness and houselessness, according to a state official.
The KU Department of Theatre & Dance this week will hold a run of its season finale, “Changemakers,” based on stories of community leaders, activists and frontline workers and reflecting social justice movements.
Note: The Lawrence Times is running this series written by a community member who caught […]
House and Senate panels rejected an amendment Tuesday to the Governor’s proposed budget for 2022 reinforcing an animal facility inspection program with improved funding and staffing opportunities due to a lack of committee review.
Republicans on the Kansas Senate’s budget committee attacked Gov. Laura Kelly’s plan to allocate $52 million to raises of 2.5% for state executive, legislative and judicial branch workers and to appropriate $10 million to state universities that could be used to bolster employee compensation.
Those who are at least two weeks past receiving their final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine can safely be unmasked at small outdoor gatherings and while dining outdoors with friends from multiple households, according to the new guidance.
Van Go invites you to walk, ride, roll or run the Lawrence Loop at your own pace in their May Day Hey Day fundraiser on Saturday.
The attorneys general in Missouri and Kansas have joined their Republican counterparts in 20 states demanding that the federal government not consider the social cost of carbon emissions when determining whether to approve new natural gas pipelines.
A summit to be held virtually Wednesday and Thursday, with the theme of “Challenge Meets […]
Updated data shows that depending on job classification, Kansas judicial branch employees needed increases up to 18.9% to bring salaries to market level, Chief Justice Marla Luckert said.
Every spring the people of Justice Matters raise our collective voice in an effort to […]
The Lawrence school board approved an agreement with Baker University, gave initial approval to an equity policy and more Monday.