People in Lawrence won't be able to get assault rifles in Dick's Sporting Goods anymore... The chain has decided to voluntarily pull them from their shelves.
Stores like the one on South Iowa Street are also
Loud and passionate marchers advanced their way through the Lawrence streets demanding justice for Syed Jamal, who is on a temporary stay of removal.
Young and old showed their support of Jamal with colorful signs of
They call it a "JUUL," or a safe alternative to smoking.
”We’ve sold thirty in the past month...total. They’ve been selling out like crazy. We at least got to get a shipment of it in at
Meet Dr. Elizabeth Berghout - the woman who’s been playing KU’s bells for 17 years
"I’ve been the University Carillonnist for 17 years – 17 and a half. Originally I came for school, I got a
When you are rushing to your morning class, it can sometimes be hard to find a parking spot on campus. KU parking says small adjustments are now making a difference.
KU parking changed the way students
The City Commission postponed a vote last night that would let them bypass the bidding process for city projects.
It's supposed to work like this: a design firm creates plans, then the city gets bids from
Devonte Graham does not have to worry about paying for a hotel or a meal when the basketball team travels but players on the club hockey team are having to pay for their stays out
Kansas truckers rallied together Monday to protest laws requiring tracking devices in their trucks.
Government regulations are now requiring electronic logging devices or ELDs in big rigs.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration says they'll make roads
The Lawrence Police Department is going to get a new home on the city's west side.
At least one important neighbor is not happy with where the city commission has chosen to build it.
The land is
The violent crime increase has been on the radar for law enforcement.
This is also a reflection of the violent crime rate in Kansas and for the country where crime rate has been rising significantly for
By Madison Coker
LAWRENCE – The University of Kansas’ new concealed carry laws have only been in effect for six months, but some students already want to see improvements.
KU senior Libby Smith says she supports campus
If Lawrence Police get their way, the city will build them a new home.
The department narrowed the site list down and has a preferred location. But not everyone thinks it's the right spot.
KUJH Reporter Jackson