Chipotle must reaffirm labor rights and walk back punishments after a Lawrence employee alleged that management had engaged in union busting.
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Douglas County Commissioners on Wednesday heard the challenges facing an end to chronic homelessness in the county.
Lawrence Public Schools Classes of ’22 will soon celebrate with their respective commencement ceremonies. Here’s where to be and when, plus lists of senior scholarship winners. Congratulations, students!
An immersive art experience called “Finding La Yarda” will re-create a room from the housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers in Lawrence from 1920-51.
Zachary Michael Sutton, 22, and Monty Ray Amick, 53, both of Lawrence, were the two men killed in a road rage-fueled shooting Tuesday night outside Hy-Vee, according to Lawrence police.
Douglas County District Court Judge Kay Huff has announced that she will retire, effective July 8, according to a news release from the county.
A non-judgment, inclusive period pantry founded by Lawrence teens has gone mobile as organizers gear up for a fundraiser they hope will fill their new tricycle’s basket.
Two men are dead after a shooting outside the Hy-Vee at Clinton Parkway and Kasold Drive in Lawrence Tuesday night.
Regan Noelle Gibbs’ life was brought to an end Monday night — police say at the hands of her husband, Chad Marek. She was 25. Friends of the couple shed some light on their relationship Tuesday following the news of her death.
Hundreds of students at Lawrence and Free State high schools walked out of their buildings at 11 a.m. Tuesday in protest of Kansas’ current state of affairs.
Updated: A 26-year-old Lawrence man has been formally charged with first-degree murder after police say he was found with his wife’s mortally wounded body Monday night.
Haskell Indian Nations University has announced Francis Arpan as the new vice president of academics.
Lawrence police have arrested a 26-year-old Lawrence man on suspicion of murder, according to a brief news release sent out Monday evening.
Supporters of higher wages and better working conditions for the Lawrence school district’s classified staff members demonstrated in solidarity Monday afternoon.
City leaders need feedback from the public in order to decide whether to ask voters if the local government should be restructured to directly elect a four-year mayor and to elect commissioners by districts.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office investigators believe they have located the van that they suspect left the scene of a crash that killed 10-year-old Brooklyn Brouhard, of Eudora, on Saturday, but they’re still seeking the driver.