After a remarkable senior season, Emporia State quarterback Brent Wilson finished fourth in the Harlon Hill Trophy voting.
Police are wanting to ask this man some questions about allegations he exposed himself to women in Manhattan.
The University of Kansas will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people wearing holiday sweaters.
Jackson county sheriff’s deputies arrested two people for drug possession last night following a search warrant.
Kansas lost to Nebraska in the national semifinals in Omaha on Thursday night, ending the Jayhawks season.
Hannah Magathan from Jefferson West High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
Lawrence is seeking more than $500,000 from the developers of an upscale hotel located 1.5 blocks from KU.
Legislation U.S. Senator Pat Roberts says will protect charities and their donors from IRS overreach won’t be considered until at least Janu…
How one town took advantage of the premiere of Star Wars.
Bankers expect economic activity to remain slow in rural parts of 10 Western and Plains states over the next few months.
The investigation began in 2013 when authorities learned Casey Lee Ross of K.C. was buying and re-selling about 30,000 product key codes.
Topeka Police officers gave 336 gift cards to various Topeka citizens through “positive interactions.”
Lauren Van Wagoner formally filed and announced her candidacy on Thursday for the Kansas State Senate District 1 seat.
The Kansas volleyball team will play Nebraska in the Final Four at 8:30 p.m. tonight on ESPN2
For the past several months Core First Bank has been negotiating with a Minnesota group, International Motorsports Entertainment and Develop…
Chris Payne said he and Todd Crossley are the new owners of Heartland Park, apparently ending more months of uncertainty about the track’s f…
A former University of Kansas librarian has given the Lawrence Humane Society nearly $500,000 through her estate.
Krause was vice president for institutional advancement from 1968 to 2009, helping the university increase enrollment and fundraising.