A 91-year old woman who once refused to sell her dilapidated home for six times its value says she's reached a deal to move and leave the la…
Masked men kicked in the door of a Lawrence home, and forced their way inside.
Three judges who graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law will be honored for their public service and contributions to the leg…
Police have released the name of the driver who they say left a car hanging on a stair railing at the University of Kansas.
A 20 -year- old- female student reported she was sexually battered early Sunday morning around 2:20.
A 55-year-old Lawrence man awaiting a retrial in the 2004 death of his wife still does not have a new trial date.
The Kansas Jayhawks completed a sweep over the 19th-ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders on Sunday afternoon.
Some University of Kansas graduate students are considering a union while their work schedules and benefits are under review.
Lawrence is the most expensive metro area in Kansas, according to new government figures.
The Kansas Jayhawks knocked off the 19th-ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders for the second consecutive night on Saturday to extend their winning …
he University of Kansas broke ground Friday on an $18 million facility connected to Allen Fieldhouse that will serve as the permanent home t…
When Archduke of Austria Franz Ferdinand was shot dead in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914, news of the event spread quickly by word of mouth.
A tentative deal on a final Kansas budget does not include $2 million to fund an effort for a new bioscience research and development center…
An 18-year-old Yuma, Arizona man will face a jury for sex crimes he's accused of in Douglas County.
The city of Lawrence is spending more than $22 million for the new Rock Chalk Park Sports complex in northwest Lawrence.
Black Hills Energy's Kansas is seeking a rate increase that it says would raise a typical residential bill by $4.17 per month.
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Controversies over social media posts have run wild for Kansas professors this year.
Imagine being able to buy food at a farmers market for half-off.
The University of Kansas says one of its graduates has pledged a $25 million donation for scholarships and other purposes.