Published September 14, 2014
Foodies of Lawrence, this week is for you. Nineteen of your favorite downtown eateries will offer exclusive menus this week.
Published August 24, 2014
The people, places and projects that energize Kansas University, plus tips for newcomers to campus. --- List of all stories: ljworld.com/kuedition2014 Green Edition: ljw.bz/1p2iVTG
Published November 28, 2013
Keep your holiday season bright, merry and jam-packed this year with these Holiday Happenings.
Published August 25, 2013
The KU Edition Jayhawks football preview ran as a special section in Aug. 25's Lawrence Journal-World.
Published August 25, 2013
Each year, the KU Edition presents the ultimate guide to all things Kansas University. Whether you're a brand new Jayhawk or a long-time Lawrencian, browse the KU Edition for everything you could want or need to know about the university. For all the stories in list form, visit http://ljworld.com/kuedition2013/stories Multimedia presentation by Alma Bahman
Published August 18, 2013
It's been 150 years since a group of anti-abolitionist Missourians attacked the city of Lawrence in what came to be known as Quantrill's Raid. While it was tragic, the bloody massacre is an integral part of Lawrence history. Use the tabs below to go back in time and explore the actual events that occurred Aug. 21, 1863, what's happened since then and how the effects of the raid still reach forward to 2013.
Published May 26, 2013
This four-part series is based on court records, interviews with law enforcement officials, examination of official documents and other sources. Efforts have been made to contact all principals in the case, or their attorneys, most of whom declined comment or did not respond. This research and reporting provides many pieces of a very complicated jigsaw puzzle that stretches from Kansas to California. Storyteller by Alma Bahman Lead graphic by Janella Williams
Published November 18, 2012
Time after time, for decades, a Lawrence man - an educator and a Boy Scout volunteer - was accused of sexually assaulting boys. But little was done to prevent him from abusing in the future. A Journal-World investigation reveals how the pattern of abuse was allowed to continue, and the role of the now-infamous Boy Scouts perversion files in Kansas.
Published August 19, 2012
"We're all in this together," says KU donor Lydia Beebe. If that's true, the KU community has a lot to be proud of, from academic and professional excellence, renewed vigor on the football field, groundbreaking research, vibrant campus life and more.
Published April 29, 2012
They are parents, friends, neighbors, mentors and heroes. Our 2012 Only in Lawrence nominees have won the recognition and respect of the community. They are truly the people that make our town special.
Published April 27, 2012
Three lives intertwined by a vicious crime. One woman's life transformed by trauma, an innocent man imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, and another who authorities say is responsible.
Published December 5, 2011
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor thrust the United States into World War II. Seventy years later, as the years go by and the number of survivors dwindles, the infamous day is less relevant to younger generations.
Published October 29, 2011
Nearly 20 years after winning an exoneration, he's still trying to reclaim a life derailed by prison and drugs, while the victim remains convinced of his guilt.
Published April 29, 2011
Welcome to the inaugural edition of Only In Lawrence, a special section honoring your neighbors, unsung heroes and people who do the little things that just make life better here. Their stories will warm your heart, make you laugh or cry and, we hope, spark you to do something yourself for our community.
Published October 7, 2010
About 1:20 a.m. on Oct. 7, 2005, emergency dispatchers began receiving 911 calls about a fire at a northwest Lawrence apartment complex. In minutes, a fire at the Boardwalk Apartments ripped through 76 apartments. Three people died in what was one of the worst fires in Lawrence history. Five years later, we take a look back.
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