Kansas is looking to become the 32nd state to expand Medicaid after the House voted 81-44 today to send the bill on to the Senate.
The bill was initially blocked from seeing the House floor after
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office reported it has recovered what is believed to be the body of 18-year-old Cameron Kirchner at Douglas County State Lake Wednesday afternoon.
Divers recovered a body from the water around 3 p.m. The
April 2017 marks 100 years since the United States entered World War I. The Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas held the second of a four-part series to honor the Great War.
Rescue Teams are still searching for a missing teen at the Douglas County State Lake.
Authorities say two males were on a small boat around 10 p.m. last weekend when it capsized. One of the teenagers
Lawrence City Commissioners met earlier this week to discuss the longstanding parking problems in the city.
Commissioners reviewed a parking study that balances the needs of residents, business owners, and developers in downtown Lawrence and 12 surrounding
Ad Astra Running co-owner J. Jenkins has been immersed in the running culture since he was a child. When he opened his first running supply store in Lawrence in 2015, health and safety were his greatest concerns.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men who broke into a Douglas County home for stealing firearms earlier Monday according to a press release.
The two men are Carlos Edward James, 49-years-old, and Andre Lature Jones,
The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team travels to Manhattan Monday night to take on the Kansas State Wildcats in the second game of the 2016-17 Sunflower Showdown. And while tonight's game will surely have an impact in
The KU Public Safety Office released a report Wednesday of an alleged rape that took place inside McCarthy Hall last month just after finals week. The victim is a 16 year-old female from Missouri who is
A Douglas county employee found an unexpected box on the west steps of the county courthouse at 1100 Massachusetts St. just before 8 a.m. Monday.
"Death before dishonor" was written on the steps leading to the
While Washington D.C. saw thousands of demonstrators for the Women's March, other cities across the country like Topeka also drew large crowds.
University of Kansas student Katie Taylor joined thousands of others outside of the Kansas capitol building