This weekend the KU School of Law is offering its services to help citizens expunge their records.
Meredith Schnug, associate director of the KU legal aid clinic, hopes this clinic will help people gain employment.
"Our goal is
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
A new KU Student Senate campaign called Onward is aiming to solve one of the issues students are facing on campus–parking. The group is specifically addressing parking tickets given by parking and transit.
Onward President Chance Maginness
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
The University of Kansas held its ninth annual Dance Marathon Saturday in the Kansas Union to celebrate 12 local families and raise awareness for KU Medical Center and the Children's Miracle Network.
Stephanie and Randy McCleary were first
Members of the KU community met last week to learn more about concealed carry once it's legal on campus. Most concerns came from students and faculty about their safety on campus.
Some faculty members voiced their anger
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
Amid concern for safety and well-being on campus, KU faculty are coming together to inform students and staff of any changes and how they will affect them. Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication and
Virtual reality technology is the newest way a company is educating people about human trafficking. Awake VR was in Houston during Super Bowl LI where it set up the virtual reality demonstration.
Awake VR uses virtual reality
Sunday morning KU Parking & Transit announced parking lot 214 will be closed for repairs due to a water main break starting Monday, February 13.
If lot 214 is your normal parking lot, use alternative parking in
The University of Kansas School of Law is being recognized for the students' community service. Students are taking what they've learned in the classroom to the real world in the name of charity.
Law school students are using
A discriminatory message written by a University of Kansas student is circulating on Facebook after it was posted to social media earlier this week.
KU student Connor Lucas messaged a select group of people on the messaging app
When viewers tuned into the Super Bowl LI, many expected the traditional funny or heartwarming commercials. But many companies took their air time to send a more political message.
Protests across the globe continue in response