It’s noon, and most people in Lawrence are headed for lunch.
Community and friendship are not listed on the lunch menu at Johnny’s Tavern, but Erin Leavy says that is what keeps her there.
The streets of Lawrence are home to Tasha Reeves.
Flight instructor Keith Allen describes the best part of his day
One of the most hectic places in Lawrence on any given afternoon is the Douglas County District Court. Their cases may not make headlines, yet everyday dozens of defendants move through the courtrooms. It’s usually standing room only at the afternoon docket call.
Three young men in jail garb and ankle chains arrested for allegedly stealing copper pipe and other property plead with Douglas County District Court Judge Paula Martin to be released from jail on their own recognizance.
In a modern home in west Lawrence, Nina Hartman finally has time to think.
Journal-World reporter Scott Rothschild talks with Asst. Dist. Atty. Eve Kentle about how the courts work.
It’s the final day of classes at Kansas University. But for most students it’s just the beginning of the end.
If you need a little extra energy, you might be able to borrow some from the group of elementary school students Jody Brown picks up and drops off every day of the school week.
The afternoon trip is especially rowdy.
The dashboard clock flashes “4:00” just as school bus No. 100 pulls to a stop in front of the house driver Don Shepard predicted it would at that instant. Once a Marine, always a Marine.
As students get home from school — we turn from our lives in the office — to our lives on the home-front as husbands and wives, mothers and fathers. But during that transition from work to home, there’s often one stop along the way…the grocery store.
Haskell Indian Nations University is abuzz.
Everyone at the grocery at 5 p.m. is in a hurry.