Three people were taken to hospitals after a two-vehicle head-on crash Sunday afternoon between Lawrence and Baldwin City, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
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Haskell Avenue is closed from 25th Terrace to 27th Street for an emergency waterline repair, according to the city of Lawrence.
The family of the man who was fatally stabbed in a grocery store parking lot this week wrote in an online fundraiser for funeral expenses that the man was “endlessly generous,” and his dog, Bear, was “his boy.”
Bear’s slightly scruffy, mostly-black fur is tinged with gray around his nose and paws. His big brown eyes might not appear quite as sad if we didn’t know what he had been through in the past couple of days. But we know that Wednesday morning, Bear was stabbed and went into shock.
Updated at 3:46 p.m.: Lawrence police have released the identity of a man who was stabbed fatally in the parking lot of Dillons grocery store Wednesday morning.
Updated at 3:36 p.m. Wednesday: A person was killed in an altercation that was reported as a stabbing Wednesday morning.
Story updated at 3:44 p.m. Sunday: A beloved East Lawrence landmark was destroyed by a fire overnight Sunday.
A Lawrence woman and two children were injured Tuesday evening when the woman fell asleep and the Ford Edge she was driving went off the roadway, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol crash report.
People of Color who are stopped by law enforcement in Douglas County are searched or frisked nearly twice as often as white people, an ongoing study shows. That ratio doesn’t change when the search is the officer’s choice.
Preventable fires at three homes in Lawrence within the past week have firefighters sounding alarms. Here are some tips to stay safe.
A pedestrian who died after being struck by a vehicle near 15th Street and Haskell Avenue Wednesday morning was a 50-year-old Lawrence resident, police said Thursday.