Some Lawrence residents could soon have to pay as much as $48 per year to use the city’s recreation centers, which are currently free and provide access to cardio equipment, weights, basketball courts and other activities. As part of its meeting Tuesday, the Lawrence City Commission will ...
As Memorial Day weekend nears, boat ramps at area lakes are closed; more rain expected this week
Baker University Class of 2019 urged to continue serving others
Members of the Baker University Class of 2019 were sent off Sunday with the message that they continue to provide service to others as they did ...
Bryce Torneden embracing leadership role for KU football in 2019
City baseball teams garner postseason accolades
Both city programs garnered plenty of All-Sunflower honors, which was released Monday afternoon. Free State senior Ethan Bradford, a Nebraska ...
National food delivery company targets Lawrence; North Lawrence bar and unique downtown gift shop announce closures
Lawrence aviation company in growth mode after winning NASA contract
A Lawrence-based aviation firm has won a new NASA contract, and it also moved into new space that will allow it to go from just designing ...
Lawrence man charged with sex crimes against 8-year-old
Lawrence City Commission to consider requiring sexual assault intervention training for some staff at local bars
Kansas governor signs budget but vetoes pension payment
Editorial: A thank you to KU graduates and their families
Loneliness can be a major issue for aging population, but it doesn’t have to be
Panel interviewing Douglas County judge candidates this week
Ten nominees to replace retiring Douglas County District Court Judge Paula Martin are scheduled to be interviewed this week. The 7th Judicial District Nominating ...