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
Today protestors stormed Wescoe Beach on the KU campus.
They were protesting one element of the tax-reform bill currently going through the United States Senate.
Instead of having to pay for classes, research assistants and graduate teaching
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
The highly anticipated Star Wars Battle Front II was released today, but without the fanfare Electronic Arts had hoped for.
The second installment of the franchise has come under scrutiny recently as EA has implemented a
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
This photo came out from Leeann Tweeden who recently said on Good Morning America she came forward with the Franken allegations to empower abused women to also come forward and not have to wait any
The Trump Administration lifted the Obama-era ban on elephant trophies. This will allow hunters to bring elephant trophies to the United States from Zimbabwe. These elephants are an endangered species, but the United States Fish
The popular card game "Cards Against Humanity" announced that they have purchased a plot of land along the US-Mexico border in attempt to make it more difficult for President Trump to build his border wall.
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
KU Dining will be offering meals to students who will not be leaving campus for Thanksgiving break next week.
Studio Grill at Hashinger Hall will have their full menu available and will even have traditional Thanksgiving
Senate Republicans are now trying to put tax cuts and health care in the same bill, but this could derail the process.
Republicans want to repeal the Obamacare individual mandate that requires individuals to have health
The construction in front of Dyche Hall might take longer than expected as the University takes special precautions on one of KU's oldest buildings.
The renovation will focus on the original section of the building erected
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