The task of checking people in at the North Lawrence campsite for people experiencing homelessness falls on resident Jennifer Adams — along with other duties, such as de-escalating problems, distributing donations, and trespassing people when they violate the contracts secured in Adams’ tent.
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The northbound lane of Louisiana Street, from 27th through 23rd streets, will close this Wednesday through Friday.
The University of Kansas for the next year will boast the top two collegiate debate […]
Willie Dotson III — known to many as “Coach” or “Big Willie” — touched hundreds of lives before he died suddenly on Saturday.
Miso the cat bit off a bit more than she could chew Sunday, climbing to a height her owner estimated at about 30 feet up a tree in the Pinckney neighborhood.
A Lawrence woman wants to provide Easter dinner for all of the homeless and houseless people in the community. She is looking to spread the word and raise donations.
It will take a bit longer for those in Douglas County to get shots in their arms.
A new case of the B.1.1.7 variant that causes COVID-19 was identified in Douglas County.
Rontarus Washington Jr.’s defense attorneys withdrew from the long-pending case Thursday — but within an […]
The southbound lane of the 800 block of Massachusetts Street will close from March 29 […]
Douglas County prosecutors are not going to oppose the judge’s ruling that Albert Wilson should get a new trial, they said Tuesday.
Maintenance work being performed by Evergy will necessitate a single-lane reduction for eastbound Sixth Street […]
Douglas County announced Thursday that jury trials would resume in April under a plan that […]
The Lawrence school board met Monday at the Educational Support Center. Here are the items […]
The Kansas College Rapist is the subject of Monday’s new episode of The Murder Squad podcast, hosted by true crime journalist Billy Jensen and retired cold case detective Paul Holes.
The Lawrence school district might close Kennedy Elementary to kids older than 5 soon, instead using the facility as an early childhood community center.