The retrial of a Lawrence man convicted in 2005 of murdering his wife will take place in Douglas County after his lawyer asked for a change of venue, District Judge Paula Martin ruled last week.
Douglas County District Judge Kay Huff found Julian M. Kuszmaul, of Lawrence, guilty of second-offense DUI, refusing to submit to alcohol or drug testing and possession of marijuana in connection with an August 2012 accident that cost a Kansas University student his legs.
Lawrence city officials are reviewing fire and dog services codes to determine whether amending them could help prevent kennel fires like the one on Nov. 29 that killed at least three dogs and injured others. By Karen Dillon
For the first few years, Harold and Alberta Leach kept hoping their missing son, Randy, would come home. Twenty-six years have passed since the high school senior and the family car vanished from a graduation party, but the Linwood parents still want to find their only child. They’re desperate to know whether law enforcement left no stone unturned in the search for Randy, in part because they’ve felt for years that investigators were secretive, refusing to keep them abreast of developments. But law enforcement agencies refuse to release the records, citing an ongoing investigation, even the broad outlines of which they decline to reveal.
Lawrence telephone, Internet and cable company WOW says it is responding to problems concerning its long-distance telephone service.
Obsolete books are being tossed by the Lawrence Public Schools as computers rev up.
As Kansas University and other institutions grapple with sexual assault on campus, alcohol is a complicating factor. And it will remain that way, national experts on campus rape say, until changes occur in cultural norms and attitudes that allow or even encourage students to go to bars and parties, get drunk and have sex.
The Douglas County Relay for Life, now in its eighth year, begins Friday at Free State High School.
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A longtime circulation manager for The Kansas City Star and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram has been named as director of circulation for The World Company, publisher of the Journal-World.
Kansas University students, faculty and staff lined up Tuesday morning, Jan. 20, 2015, to secure tickets to see President Barack Obama speak Thursday on campus.
New York Elementary School just received a new cafeteria as part of a $5,739, 500 renovation as a result of a 92.5 million dollar school bond issue.
Dr. Paul Kincaid plans to retire from his Lawrence dental practice on his 94th birthday at the end of January, 70 years after he started it.
Crews from the City of Lawrence's Department of Utilities keep fire hydrants ready for emergencies during freezing temperatures. (A previous version of this cutline identified the wrong city department.)
In this audio slideshow, Journal-World photographer Richard Gwin talks about his best work from 2014.
Mike and Wendy Deines, of Eudora, have created a haunted yard to entertain and scare you as you walk through the maze of voices and scary creations.
As fall approaches, hummingbirds pass through the Lawrence area, getting food and energy from feeders and giving residents a peaceful show.
Retiring Douglas County District Judge Michael Malone's retirement party brought together friends and family at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Crews for Acme Floor of Lenexa spent the past 30 days sanding, sealing, screening and painting the floor in Allen Fieldhouse.
Friends Gary Russell 24, and John Green 25 prepare their cars for the 2014 Douglas County Fair Demolition Derby.