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.
Last month the House of Representatives passed a bill that could expand KanCare, Kansas' medicaid program. Senate still needs to pass the bill and is set to begin hearing both proponents and opponents of this
On Selection Sunday, the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee awarded Kansas with a No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region.
That means the Jayhawks will travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma later this week to play a No. 16
The use of opiates and heroin has been a nationwide problem over the last few years. In Kansas, the state has seen a 71 percent rise in heroin overdoses from 2013 through 2015.
With legislation currently in
March is the month the United States recognizes women's history. And on the eighth day of the third month, the country celebrates International Women's Day.
This year, "A Day Without a Woman" rallies were coordinated by Women's
Some are skeptical of the $70 million outdoor adventure park that might be coming to Clinton Park in Lawrence.
The state of Kansas contacted owner and CEO of the U.S. National Whitewater Center Jeff Wise to create
Firefighters hear the alarm ring, put their suits on beside their beds, and frantically dash to the fire pole to take them down to the truck garage. That's the sequence we're used to seeing, but it doesn't happen
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,
The Lawrence Police Department is searching for a male suspect who was involved in an armed robbery at US Bank Monday afternoon.
A man entered the US bank at 1807 West 23rd Street at 3:47 and
Pure Barre, a barre style workout franchise, has opened a new location in Lawrence.
Owners Kim Ashley and Carrie Barton-Skinner felt that there was an opportunity to open a location in the city.
"Lawrence really spoke to