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Equal Pay Day The National Committee on Pay Equity says this year women have to work till April 2nd if they want to make the same wages as men. Watch the story to learn more.

KS Farmers Allowed to Grow Hemp Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed a bill that will allow Kansas farmers to grow hemp for industrial use.

Updates on Notre Dame Cathedral Despite the immediate efforts to help rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral, people in Lawrence are still reeling from the massive loss.

Shortage of School Teachers Lawrence High is among a number of schools across the nation with an overflow of students in one classroom due to a shortage of teachers.

Douglas County Issues Fire Ban The Douglas County fire and medical team have issued their first full fire ban of the year.

Honoring a Late Truck Driver Trucks came from all over Kansas to celebrate the life of Kevin Raasch, the owner of Transmasters Towing, who died while changing a tire on a bus.

New KU Online Degree KU is expanding its reach into the digital age with a new online degree program.

Ride Sharing Safety in Lawrence The Lawrence police department says they receive very few calls from rideshare app drivers reporting issues with passengers.SHOW MORE

Tax Day Today is Tax Day. Have you filed yours? If not, check out these last-minute options.

Car Sales Declining National new and used car sales have been on a decline over the past couple years. Our reporter say Lawrence is pretty much following the trend.

Sally Buzbee Receives KU Award Each year the school recognizes an outstanding journalist with a national citation. We sat down with this year's recipient, Sally Buzbee, to discuss her inspiring career.