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Get to know the Lawrence City Commission candidates

Published July 27, 2017

Read profiles of the eight candidates in the 2017 Lawrence City Commission primary election, which is set for Aug. 1. The top six candidates will face off in the general election Nov. 7.

A look at campaign donations received by Lawrence City Commission candidates

Published July 27, 2017

This is the first year for a City Commission primary in August, and interest has been lackluster. Candidates recently were required to turn in reports detailing their campaign contributions thus far, and those show lackluster interest as well. But it also shows that three candidates are in the lead when it comes to raising money, which many times can be a good indicator of who has momentum with voters.

The latest from Lawrence City Hall

Published July 25, 2017

Journal-World coverage of the Lawrence City Commission, its meetings and the issues that come before it.

Lawrence students earn spots in All-National Honor concerts

Published July 20, 2017

Free State High School violist Helena All and Lawrence High baritone Gavin Jones have been selected to perform in All-National Honor concerts, this fall in Orlando.

Take a look at results from Best of Lawrence 2017

Published June 16, 2017

The people of Lawrence voted, and the results have been revealed. Check out winners of the 2017 Best of Lawrence voting and view a massive photo gallery from Thursday's Winners Bash at Abe & Jake's Landing.

School district won't say what it plans to pay Hayden in new COO position; new questions about timing of superintendent's resignation

Published May 16, 2017

Lawrence school district leaders won’t say how much they intend to pay soon-to-be ex-Superintendent Kyle Hayden in his new role as chief operations officer. When news broke on Friday that Hayden intended to resign as superintendent of Lawrence Public Schools — a position that pays him $205,000 annually — and take a new position of chief operations officer for the district, spokeswoman Julie Boyle declined to provide expected salary information for the new position, which still requires board approval.

Frank Mason: A Year in Pictures

Published April 13, 2017

In what was one of the best individual seasons ever turned in by a Kansas basketball player, KU point guard Frank Mason III swept 10 national player of the year awards and left KU as the No. 6 scorer in program history.

Live updates from Elite Eight: No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 3 Oregon

Published March 25, 2017

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self often has mentioned through the years a team can have a great season without making a deep NCAA Tournament run. Tonight at Sprint Center, the top-seeded Jayhawks have a chance to make 2017 special. All KU (31-4) has to do to reach the program’s first Final Four in five seasons is top third-seeded Oregon (32-5) in Kansas City, Mo.

Live updates from NCAA Tournament: No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 4 Purdue

Published March 23, 2017

Only one conference champion will get a chance to move on to the Final Four after the Big 12’s Kansas Jayhawks and the Big Ten’s Purdue Boilermakers meet Thursday night at Sprint Center, in the Sweet 16. The No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region, KU is led by senior point guard Frank Mason III. But No. 4 seed Purdue has its own national player of the year candidate in sophomore big man Caleb Swanigan.

Live NCAA Tournament updates: No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 9 Michigan State

Published March 19, 2017

Two of the most successful programs in college basketball will go head-to-head in Tulsa, Okla., for a spot in the Sweet 16. It’s the Midwest’s No. 1 seed, Kansas (29-4) versus No. 9 Michigan State (20-14) at the BOK Center. The Spartans are 7-5 all-time against the Jayhawks. The two powerhouse programs last met in 2015, an MSU victory experienced by KU’s Frank Mason III, Devonte’ Graham, Svi Mykhailiuk, Landen Lucas and Carlton Bragg Jr.

Live NCAA Tournament updates: No. 1 Kansas vs. No. 16 UC-Davis

Published March 17, 2017

After months of battles that were played with March seeding and postseason success in mind, the NCAA Tournament is finally here for the Midwest’s No. 1 seed, Kansas (28-4). Bill Self’s Jayhawks aim to make a deep run in 2017, behind star senior point guard Frank Mason III and outstanding freshman Josh Jackson, and it all begins today in Tulsa, Okla., versus 16 seed UC-Davis (23-12).

Live updates from Sprint Center: KU vs. TCU — Big 12 quarterfinal

Published March 9, 2017

For the first time this season, the Kansas Jayhawks, now ranked No. 1 in the country, will play without starting guard Josh Jackson. It will be up to capable veterans Frank Mason III, Devonte’ Graham and Landen Lucas to carry KU (28-3) past TCU (18-14) in a Big 12 quarterfinal at Sprint Center, in Kansas City, Mo.

Live updates: No. 1 Kansas at Oklahoma State

Published March 4, 2017

Now ranked No. 1 in the nation, the Kansas basketball team secured the program’s 13th consecutive Big 12 title three games ago. Playing for pride and a possible No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament at this point, the Jayhawks (27-3 overall, 15-2 Big 12) wrap up the regular season on the road against another team bound for March Madness, Oklahoma State (20-10, 9-8).

Live from Allen Fieldhouse: No. 1 Kansas vs. Oklahoma on Senior Night

Published February 27, 2017

Between the three of them, they’ve scored 2,298 career points, and while Frank Mason III is responsible for the bulk of those numbers, the veteran point guard, center Landen Lucas and walk-on Tyler Self all figure to be in for an emotional Monday night. It’s the first time this season their Kansas Jayhawks (26-3 overall, 14-2 Big 12) will take the court as the No. 1 team in the nation, and it’s Senior Night for Mason, Lucas and Self — meaning it’s the last time they will play at Allen Fieldhouse. They’ll do so against an Oklahoma team (10-18, 4-12) that’s lost its last five Big 12 road games.

Live updates: No. 3 Kansas at Texas

Published February 25, 2017

The No. 3-ranked Kansas Jayhawks already can call themselves Big 12 champions for the 13th consecutive season. But KU (25-3 overall, 13-2 Big 12) can claim the title outright with a Saturday evening victory at Texas (10-18, 4-11).

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