Kansas Legislature is back in session after a three-week recess. Lawmakers are working to finally set the state's budget.
Kansas Representative Dennis "Boog" Highberger says the lack of leadership is to blame for why Kansas doesn't
High winds, mid to low 40's, and 2.5 inches of rain in two days. These types of conditions could be reminiscent of normal March temperatures in Lawrence, but they're a reality local farmers are combating
KU's dance department will showcase their talent this weekend at the Lawrence Arts Center. The dance department's University Dance Company concert will feature choreography by faculty members and guest artists in modern, ballet, jazz, and
The Kansas men's golf team finished third in the Big 12 Championship, the highest finish by KU since 2000. The Jayhawks were led by senior Chase Hanna, who walked away with his own hardware claiming the
Student Senate is joining other student groups to fund a sexual violence survivor fund that is available immediately. The fund will provide financial help to students who have experienced or are experiencing some form of
The University is passing a new policy to help keep students safe at sporting events next school year.
KU’s new policy will prevent guns from entering some athletic venues even though they will be allowed on campus starting
The Lawrence City Commissioner approved a settlement in the city's lawsuit against the Oread Hotel at its meeting Tuesday night. The settlement will cut millions from the hotel's incentives agreement.
Thomas Fritzel, the hotel's developer, will be
After a meeting Monday night to discuss a slew of alleged violations, OneKU was not charged with any wrong-doing.
Student Senate Elections Commission heard six complaints regarding campaign violations. Alleged violations include standing too close to
Spring is a time for birth and renewal — the same goes for bugs.
The mild winter didn't kill insects and the wet spring is bringing more in. One Lawrence resident is already fighting to prevent ants
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
The KU Elections Commission will hear six complaints concerning Student Senate campaigns that ended last week. One of the complaints filed by KUnited is calling for the disqualification of OneKU which won the election last
Tax season is a very stressful time for most people around the country let alone if you're an international student. KU Legal services offers help to all students with taxes, but for the most part
Keynote speaker Chimi Boyd-Keyes will be the Keynote Speaker tonight during her presentation of "Bout That Life: Bystander Intervention for communities of Color." The whole premise is to shed a light on how exactly intervention
The budget, a new tax bill, and a plan for school finances were all items left on the table by the Kansas legislature before the beginning of a three-week recess. Some of the issues were