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
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
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
Every year The Big Event draws hundreds of volunteers to help around Lawrence and the past weekend was no different. But in 2018 there will be some changes to the largest volunteer event on campus.
This weekend nearly 2,870
The Lawrence Police Department is well-known for their social media presence through its Twitter account. Its tweets are received in open arms by their college audience, resulting in several thousands of follows for the handle.
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
A recent inspection found zebra mussels are infesting Lawrence's water system. The city is looking to start a new treatment to put an end to this problem.
Zebra mussels are small, fingernail-sized animals that attach to
The Lawrence City Commission unanimously approved a fast track economic incentive program aiming to draw tenants to Lawrence VenturePark at Tuesday night's meeting.
The city-owned business park — located just off of 23 Street on K-10 —
Nearly two inches of rain has fallen over Lawrence since Sunday with more expected throughout the week. All the rain could impact local farmers and their crops.
Rain typically improves growing conditions for crops, but when fields get too
University professor Maryemma Graham teaches a narrow range of students that include mostly undergraduates and international graduate students in her classrooms. But teaching is not the only thing that Graham does for her students. She also advocates for
Film documentary producer Joe McGovern traveled to 35 states in the U.S. asking candid questions to Republican supporters in hopes to explore the political divide. The Dole Institute of Politics invited McGovern to preview and discuss
Lawrence residents reported a string of thefts just off of campus over Spring Break. Property owners noticed the back window of their house on Alabama Street was broken upon returning from the break in classes
Some of the missing items
Last week the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee approved a bill that could expand KanCare, Kansas' medicaid program. This week, the senate will begin debating the bill that could expand Medicaid for up to
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
A massive fire that burned an Overland Park apartment complex caused upwards of $20 million in damages. That amount may have some KU students wondering what would happen to their living space in case of a disaster.