Lawrence police investigating homicide after woman found dead at ‘unsanctioned camp’ north of city’s downtown areaWIBW15 HOURS AGO
Center for Public Integrity 7 min video released today. JoCo Assistant district attorney Andrew J Jennings has brought a purported KSA 21-5924 statute violation, on the dad w all the judges in the high court, statute can’t apply.Sunflower Capital SyndicateNewsBreak Contributor
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Kansas Dad Is Not Having It From Court Corruption As Viral TikToks Call Out Johnson County JudiciaryRobert J MastersonNewsBreak Contributor
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Lawrence police investigate after woman found dead in tent
Lawrence police are investigating a homicide after a woman was found dead in a tent in an unsanctioned homeless camp
2 JoCo women injured when vehicle fleeing police crashes into their car on K-10
Two Johnson County women were injured after a car that had been fleeing from the Kansas Highway Patrol crashed into their car on K-10 in Olathe. Troopers reportedly tried to stop an orange Dodge Challenger that was driving approximately 100 miles per hour on Interstate 70 in Douglas County around 1:20 p.m. Wednesday.
19-year-old sought in connection with shooting death of Lawrence teen
LAWRENCE, Kan. (KCTV) - Law enforcement officials in Douglas Co. are seeking a man they believe to be connected to the March 2023 shooting death of a 14-year-old. The Douglas Co. Sheriff’s Office said on Wednesday, Feb. 21, that it needs the community’s help to find Owen G. Walker, 19, of Lawrence, in connection to an outstanding arrest warrant. Deputies and officers with the Lawrence Police Department have sought Walker in connection to a March 2023 homicide.
Savor the Flavor: Top 3 Latin American Restaurants in Lawrence
In this article, we explore three standout Latin American restaurants in Lawrence. Have you had a chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Why doesn’t Kansas’ Hunter Dickinson shoot more free throws? Bill Self’s thoughts
Hunter Dickinson is averaging fewer than 3 free-throw attempts in Big 12 games. KU coach Bill Self gave his take on it.
MS Editorial: Switching to a four-day school week
Many schools across the country have adopted the four-day school week. This is mostly because of teacher shortages and budgeting. Nevertheless, four-day school weeks bring up several possible complications. One of the potential issues is meeting the required instruction hours: the hours that people are teaching. However, there are also advantages; one of these advantages is that it could save the school money. This would likely decrease the tuition of Seabury and other private schools which could open more people to attend.
Lawrence school district names new Native American Student Services coordinator
David Farve, Mississippi Choctaw, has been named the new coordinator of Native American Student Services, according to a news release from the Lawrence school district Thursday. Farve, an alum of the Lawrence High School Class of 1989, also attended Central Junior High and Cordley Elementary, where his mother was school...
Woman in search of Good Samaritan who protected her family during Chiefs parade and rally shooting
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A mother in Eudora, Kansas, is thanking the man she calls a hero after he shielded her daughter from gunfire after the Chiefs Super Bowl rally and parade at Union Station. But first, she's just trying to find him. LeAnn Carlton is publicly saying thank...
Haunted or Ghostly Tales: The Mysteries Surrounding Stull Cemetery
Stull Cemetery, nestled in the quiet expanse of Douglas County, Kansas, harbors tales that blur the lines between legend and reality. This seemingly tranquil resting place for the departed holds a reputation that extends far beyond its geographical confines, attracting both skeptics and believers to its gates. The cemetery and the ruins of the Evangelical Emmanuel Church, which once stood watch over Stull's dead, are central to stories of supernatural occurrences, satanic rituals, and gateways to other realms.
Controlled Burn on Clinton Parkway to Maintain Local Grasslands and Prevent Wildfires
The Lawrence Parks and Recreation department plans to conduct a controlled burn on the native grass areas along Clinton Parkway, from Lawrence Avenue to Inverness Drive. This burn is a method to control weeds and maintain native grasses without pesticides. It also helps to protect against wildfires.
New app allows victims to report crimes to Lawrence police online
Certain crimes may now be reported to the Lawrence, Kansas, Police Department (LKPD) through a new app, according to a LKPD press release.
DUI arrest made after SUV drives too close to Lawrence railroad tracks
LAWRENCE, Kan. (KCTV) - An Independence, Mo., woman was arrested over the weekend after a train was made to stop due to her SUV’s closeness to railroad tracks in North Lawrence. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says that on Sunday night, Feb. 18, law enforcement officials were called to...
Section of U.S. Highway 40 west of Lawrence set to close until June
A stretch of U.S. Highway 40 west of the Kansas Highway 10 interchange at Sixth Street will close for about 100 days beginning next week. U.S. 40 will be closed between East 800 and East 900 roads effective Wednesday, Feb. 28. It will be closed to traffic through early June, conditions permitting, according to a news release from the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Q39 opening new barbecue restaurant in October
Popular Kansas City barbecue restaurant Q39 is planning to open its third location in Lawrence, Kansas, this fall.
Kansas vs. Texas Predictions & Picks: Spread, Total - February 24
Saturday's contest between the No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks (20-6, 8-5 Big 12) and the Texas Longhorns (17-9, 6-7 Big 12) at Allen Fieldhouse has a projected final score of 75-69 based on our computer prediction, with a favored Kansas squad securing the victory. Tipoff is at 6:00 PM ET ET on February 24.
Mungano hosts Black Lives Matter vigil
On Feb. 21, Mungano, Baker University’s multicultural organization, hosted a Black Lives Matter Vigil in Osborne Chapel. The purpose of the vigil is to honor those who have been lost to racial discrimination as well as honor the movement. Vice President of Mungano Lee Marshall shares why he thinks...
U Kansas researchers: Racism doesn't have much impact on people's gun views
(The Center Square) - How do racial views impact Americans' views of gun control and gun ownership? Margaret Kelley, professor of American studies at the University of Kansas, examined the connection between these issues in a new paper titled “Cognitive and Apathetic Racism in Patterns of Gun Ownership and Gun Control Attitudes.” Her research concluded that racism has no association with gun ownership, but cognitive and apathetic indicators of racism...
Jayhawks’ Win Streak Snapped at No. 24 Baylor
WACO, Texas (KUAthletics.com) – S’Mya Nichols matched her career high with 23 points on Wednesday night, but the Kansas Jayhawks had its five-game win streak snapped after suffering a 69-61 defeat to No. 24 Baylor at Foster Pavilion. Nichols reached the 20-point mark for the fifth time in...
Lawrence Community Shelter demographic reports on guests show racial disparities
People of color are overrepresented among guests at the Lawrence Community Shelter compared to the population of Douglas County, according to reports from the director. James Chiselom, the executive director of the shelter who’s been on the job about a month and a half now, presented to the LCS board of directors the first of demographic reports that he anticipates providing monthly going forward.
Dorm rates rise for 4th year: 'wish I got an apartment for this year'
University of Kansas Student Housing is set to raise rates for the fourth consecutive academic year for all residence halls, scholarship halls and apartment options. The Kansas Board of Regents accepted KU Student Housing’s increase proposal in December 2023, making the current prices go up by 3% to 5% depending on the dormitory.