Lawrence’s Outdoor Aquatic Center is now closed for the season, but not before dozens of doggos got to make their annual splash. The Pooch Plunge was a hit Monday: numerous participants gave 5-wag reviews.
Lin Marando said her abusive partner drove her to Overland Park for her abortion four years ago. Her decision was nuanced and informed by her own life and body: she was only 20, and she has cystic fibrosis, making her pregnancy high risk.
The same day that the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade — the landmark ruling that guaranteed abortion rights nationwide — a few dozen Lawrence community members rallied downtown.
As the sun descended toward the horizon Tuesday evening, a blue summer sky mixed with clouds in about a thousand shades of white, blue and gold.
The Kansas City Parade of Hearts has unveiled a special heart sculpture to honor the 2022 National Championship-winning Jayhawks, and it’s now on display outside Allen Fieldhouse.
The Kansas Food Truck Festival returned to Lawrence Saturday with global cuisine, live entertainment and an art market to help support Just Food, the Douglas County food bank.
Lawrence High School choir members have been hard at work rehearsing for the first Showtime since the pandemic hit.
Thousands of KU fans flocked to Mass Street Sunday afternoon to watch and celebrate the national champion Jayhawks in a parade that traveled more than a mile and a half.
KU fans: As promised, here are more photos capturing the joy that erupted downtown after the Jayhawks’ remarkable comeback. Remember Mass Street closes at 3 a.m. and the parade starts at 2 p.m.
Massachusetts Street will come to life Saturday with a party ahead of the Kansas Jayhawks facing the Villanova Wildcats in the Final Four. But as the roads were closed in preparation Saturday morning, the street was almost empty.
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