City jobs are on the chopping block as commissioners pour through next year's budget. Lawrence city leaders look to keep taxes down and the city beautiful at the same time, but as 6News reporter Jesse Fray explains, getting rid of positions may be their only option.
Stacy Bell is a soon-to-be alum of Lawrence High School, and while she says she'll miss it, her home state of Alabama is calling. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater has more on Bell's time at LHS and what the future holds.
As fans flock to theaters for the new Indiana Jones movie, some may be excited for the mystery of the crystal skull to be uncovered. But a KU archaeologist who studied the origins of the crystal skull says it's not as mysterious as people think.
They played two times this year, and on both occasions the Firebirds were victorious. Tomorrow morning, the Lawrence High and Free State High baseball teams meet again. This time, however, much more is at stake.
The McGraw family from Tonganoxie will showcase their talents this weekend at The Shrine Rodeo in Tonganoxie. Travis and Angela McGraw spend most of their summer weekends competing in professional and amateur rodeos.
Cliff Elston grows more than 240 varieties of irises and 140 kinds of peonies. This time of year, these flowers are often seen from front yards to cemeteries. Elston invites people to his home at 1378 N. 962 Rd. to view and purchase flowers.
After strong thundershowers poured through the region this morning, look for showers to come to an end as we get closer to noon. Expect the sun to make a return for the afternoon as our daytime high tops out around 77 degrees with a strong east wind between 10-20 mph.
Get behind the scenes with the students who put together Langston Hughes TV, the daily announcements broadcast. The kids show us their jobs, studio equipment and what they've learned during their time in the TV business.