KU basketball player Arterio Morris has been charged with rape and dismissed from the team.
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Lawrence Municipal Court next week will roll out a pilot night court program, which will add an early evening docket once a month to create more flexibility for defendants.
A detached dwelling nearby a home at 13th Street and Haskell Avenue was damaged by fire Monday afternoon.
Members of the public no longer have the option to pull most items from the Lawrence City Commission’s consent agenda for discussion under a change approved last week. Here’s what the change looks like on this week’s agenda.
Potentially severe storms are likely Friday and Saturday in Lawrence, the National Weather Service office in Topeka warns.
One former Lawrence Police Officer was charged with a crime after pinning his wife to the couch during an argument. He lost his job, but then found work at a jail.
A plea deal Thursday resulted in a Lawrence man being convicted of one misdemeanor, seeing three cases dropped and getting out of jail on time served.
His case was the latest to call attention to an ongoing dispute between the Douglas County sheriff and district attorney.
A judge has ruled that prosecutors did not withhold information that should have been turned over to a defense attorney regarding an ex-deputy accused of violating law and policy. This case, the latest to highlight an ongoing conflict between the DA and the sheriff, leaves some questions lingering.
Douglas County community members during an upcoming fair will be able to engage with first responders and learn about accessing public safety resources in the area.
Chrissy Mayer of DCCCA led a free training session this week on how to acquire, store and administer Narcan in case someone overdoses on opioids.
The new commander of the Kansas Highway Patrol vowed to amend traffic-stop techniques a judge concluded unfairly took advantage of motorists’ lack of knowledge about constitutional rights.