This year Cyber Monday has been the largest ever, with consumers spending $7 billion. But how does Amazon handle all those online sales?
Since the start of Monday, hundreds of workers have been working 22-hour shifts
A federal judge dropped the Title 9 case ex-rowers made against KU.
Daisy Tackett and Sarah McClure sued the university in 2016 they say the university mishandled the rowers' claims of sexual assault by a KU
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KU students can now donate non-perishable food items at Watkins Museum for this year’s food drive.
The museum placed a Just Foods bin in its entry way to encourage donations for people in need. All the
After several months of anticipation, Lawrence Firefighters at Station No. 4 just got a new addition to their crew- a big new addition.
Once repairs are done on the old Engine 4, this truck will officially
While sunglasses are fashionable in the summer, you might want to think twice before packing them away for the winter.
This is because clouds only block about 20 percent of UV rays, and snow can refract
If you got a survey asking about your smoking, it's because the University wants to know your habits before the start of the campus-wide smoking ban next fall.
The survey asked students, faculty, and staff about
In 2017 there has been more than one mass shooting a day in our country according to www.massshootingtracker.org.
Members of the Lawrence Police Department received training on active shooter situations.
Last week four members of the Lawrence
Brothers Bar and Grill is speaking out against the University Daily Kansan yesterday due to a previous published story. The article covered the fatal shootings on Massachusetts Street last month.
They're accusing the University Daily Kansan
Throughout Lawrence, the signs of winter are here. For most people, the cold air and cloudy weather brings joy, but for others it may cause something worse. During this time, Bert Nash center sees an
To many people it may be too early for Christmas but for one woman it couldn't come soon enough.
Ornaments, trees, Santa Claus, and nativity scenes. The sights of a classic Christmas. Right now most people
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There'll be more money available to help with low-income housing now that Lawrence voters to earmark sales tax money for affordable housing.
That money can be used to build affordable neighborhoods like this one on Edgewood
A Lawrence woman who has a daughter with a disability is getting handicapped parking in front of her own house.
Charlea Rockhold's daughter Sydney has trouble walking long distances. They live on the corner of 19th