A local music promoter is excited to bring Pat Byrne to Lawrence for a concert that will launch the Irish singer-songwriter’s tour of the Midwest.
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A year after KU announced it was in possession of Native American human remains in its museum collections, it is unclear what progress the university has made to repatriate remains and sacred items.
After jurors last week could not reach a verdict, a Douglas County judge has scheduled a new trial date for a Lawrence man accused of raping an unconscious KU student in 2018.
A man was charged Monday with aggravated assault after a report of shots fired early Sunday morning in northern Lawrence.
After months of arguments over improper procedures and possible constitutional rights violations, a judge on Monday dismissed a case against a man accused of soliciting murder from his Douglas County jail cell.
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at KU is hosting an international conference on Indigenous responses to climate change in the Americas, set for Friday and Saturday.
A new labor report revealed the current annual rate of degree and certificate completion at Kansas colleges and universities would be insufficient to meet anticipated growth in demand for young, educated workers.
The Lawrence school board will hear a report Tuesday on the committee that is working to redesign or repurpose Liberty Memorial Central Middle School.
Some people get confused between poison ivy and virginia creeper this time of year because their leaves both turn red. But virginia creeper has blue berries; poison ivy’s are white.
The Lawrence Times news team is pleased to roll out dark mode — an optional new look for our website intended to boost accessibility.
We wanted to make sure our readers know how they can switch back and forth at any time with the touch of a button.
Lawrence police arrested a Perry man on suspicion of attempted murder Sunday morning after a report of gunshots fired.
Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health has received the new flu and COVID vaccines sooner than expected. They’ll be available by appointment beginning Monday (while supplies last).
Two KU doctoral candidates have earned prestigious honors and awards that will allow them to conduct research in South America.
Lawrence-based nonprofit DCCCA will be able to expand distribution of a lifesaving opioid overdose reversal drug as part of a new collaboration.
Ellsworth Hall was evacuated Friday afternoon as first responders cleared a hazardous materials call in an attached storage building.
When Tay’Jah Franklin, 13, walks the stage at pageants, she never feels like she’s walking alone. She knows her family is beside her. She’ll soon compete as Miss Lawrence in the National American Miss Pageant.