The Kansas State University Black Student Union wants Riley County to file criminal charges against Dauntarius Williams. He's the man who covered his own car in racist graffiti over the weekend.
21-year-old Williams says he just
According to a 2016 survey, 54 percent of undergraduate students at KU identify as food insecure.
Just Foods is working to change this by hitting the road and bringing free food directly to students. Just Foods
After years of debate, Kansas City will be getting an improved, new airport now that Kansas City voted "yes" to a single-terminal airport.
These designs show a sleek glass look with new restaurants and shopping facilities
Missourians who want to use the updated airport won't be able to get past TSA Security checkpoints after January unless they use a passport.
Like this sign says...
TSA agents will not accept Missouri's state issued IDs
Each year KU releases its annual security report that shows data of crime both on and off campus. While the number of cases of stalking and rape have increased, not many groups on campus are
A Federal Judge says a Southeast Kansas sheriff can't limit how his county's inmates correspond with friends and family.
Sheriff Pete Figgins was only allowing the prisoners to send and receive postcards in the mail. The judge’s
The six city commission candidates are split down the middle about parking rates and penalties in downtown Lawrence.
Jennifer Ananda, Bassem Chahine, and Matthew Herbert don't think Lawrence should raise parking rates or add more severe
The Mexican holiday dedicated to the dead wrapped up this week, and this year KU found a way to honor those affected by the earthquakes in September.
It's a three-day celebration honoring the dead.
“We celebrate the
Down the road in Manhattan, there have also been reports of a racially charged incident.
A Kansas State student reported an incident of racially charged vandalism. Riley County Police are deciding whether or not to investigate
The Kansas Department of Revenue reports an increase in tax collections for the month of October.
That is the second time this year that revenue beat projections. That didn't happen a single time in 2016.
"No way to get there" will no longer be a valid excuse as to why you can't vote in this years election. The city of Lawrence will offer free bus rides November 7.
The city hopes
City workers will hang about 130,000 lights downtown this season, including 10,000 more lights to enhance the experience. Lawrence uses LED lights to conserve energy, and each strand can last about three holiday seasons. Covering
Halloween came early this year as local kids got a head start on the treats this past weekend at trunk-or-treat.
Lawrence Memorial Hospital partnered with the Pinckney Neighborhood Association to sponsor a trunk-or-treat in the hospital
Trick-or-treaters scavenged the neighborhoods last night, but they also ventured into the Watkins Museum of History.
The museum displayed Halloween spirit with its fourth annual Halloween at the Watkins. Activities included candy giveaways, a ghost scavenger