The Jayhawks now know where they will be playing on January 3. The big question that remains for fans is how they will get to the Orange Bowl. 6News reporter Crispin Lopez explains how fans are planning their trips to Florida for the big game.
A Lawrence man convicted of suffocating his roommate's pet rabbit will serve 30 days in jail. 23-year-old Austin Newport plead guilty last month to a misdemeanor animal cruelty charge for attempting to suffocate a rabbit several times in July 2006.
The owner of the controversial downtown nightclub Last Call appealed a decision by the state not to renew the club's liquor license. A lawyer for owner Dennis Steffes contends that the state did not take into account the number of times Last Call staff members reported drug activity to the police.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority announced exactly how plans to replace the bridges over the Kansas river will affect your commute. Construction will begin in June, closing the west Lawrence interchange to westbound traffic for about eight months.
Thousands of U.S. soldiers will spend Christmas in Iraq and Afghanistan. But some Kansas National Guard soldiers learned they can come home for the holidays -- but there's a $50,000 obstacle standing in the way.
They could be the Picassos and Van Goghs of tomorrow: all they needed was a blank canvas. Some of Lawrence's youngest artists rolled up their sleeves during a holiday art class at the city's Parks and Recreation department.
One year ago the Basehor-Linwood High girls' basketball team recorded its first winning season in five years. One year later, and the lady Bobcats return six seniors with one facelift -- a new coach. Andrew Baker has that story.