Firefighters have battled a blaze at restaurant on Massachusetts Street in downtown Lawrence.
Could receive a $1,500 sign-on bonus if they speak fluent Spanish.
About 60 students will be selected for the summer program.
Says he is leery of a federal agency’s consideration of listing the butterfly on the Endangered Species list.
Snow shoveling, pet safety and driving on the road… how to staying safe this winter.
Kansas has the largest prairie chicken population of those states.
A group called the Lawrence Creates Makerspace brought a 120-year-old tradition back to life.
Lawrence health care attendant who is charged in the killing of man with cerebral palsy told authorities the victim wanted to die.
The cause of the accident wasn’t immediately known.
Police said one of the men is a KU student.
The city of Lecompton is holding onto hundreds of years of Christmas history.
McLinn remains in the Douglas County Jail on a $1 million bond.
Sentencing is scheduled for January.
Stole a man’s cellphone when he tried to record her vehicle after it nearly collided with his bicycle.
Action stems from September report of a sexual assault at the fraternity.
The Lawrence City Commission will ask for an outside audit of public funds spent on the Rock Chalk Park sports complex.
There are 37 registered criminal offenders in Kansas college campuses.
Has reached a $1.2 billion fundraising goal two years early but officials say the effort will continue.
Will remain on interim suspension as the school continues an investigation of alleged sexual assaults occurring at the house.
KU received a $58 million gift from the estate of a couple who are the most generous private donors in the school’s history.
The trial of a young woman charged with killing her 52-year-old roommate in Lawrence will not be held in January as scheduled.
Convicted of first-degree murder in 2005 for the July 2004 death of his wife at the family’s Lawrence home.
A number of eyebrows have been raised recently at a new course of study at the University of Kansas.
Arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a firearm after authorities determined his wound was self-inflicted.
The long-running dispute over a proposed social media policy at the University of Kansas is one step closer to resolution.