If you walk into the coin shop on Illinois Street, the coins tell a story rich in history. But for every coin, the Nehers have a memory--memories that weave a story of love and faith.
Facebook is the most popular social media platform with nearly 68 percent of US adults on the site, according to the Pew Research Center. Some experts link the time spend online may link to symptoms
After a couple of teases in February, the weather is taking a turn and look more like spring. But a mild winter brings more than nice weather and an early spring.
It makes for a much
In March of 1960, 29.3 inches of snow fell in the Kansas City area.
“I can remember as a kid, 40 to 50 years ago, it wouldn’t be too unusual to have a real, real heavy
For fans of the Big 12 Conference, the Big 12 Championship is one of the highlights of the college basketball season. But family-friendliness isn't always the first word that comes to mind with college basketball.
A Day without Immigrants demonstration hit home in Lawrence and the surrounding areas as businesses felt the effects, and protests were staged in front of City Hall in Kansas City, Missouri. But for one local protestor,
While the abnormally warm, dry weather has been enjoyable for most Lawrence residents, Douglas County fire departments have been gearing up for the extreme fire danger it can bring.
"The rural areas have far more wild
The University of Kansas held its ninth annual Dance Marathon Saturday in the Kansas Union to celebrate 12 local families and raise awareness for KU Medical Center and the Children's Miracle Network.
Stephanie and Randy McCleary were first