It was all budget and tax talks at the state capital today.
Lawrence Douglas-County fire fighters teamed up with the mayor this afternoon to promote the "Fill the Boot" campaign in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. This year organizers have strategized the annual campaign in a way to reach the most people.
Lynn Jenkins says she would like to get to the bottom of the IRS scandal and find out why the agency targeted Tea party groups for extra scrutiny.
A national group has a new recommendation for the legal limit to drink and drive, but the suggestion is ruffling some feathers locally.
A local pilot is out of the intensive care unit and is on the road to recovery.
Helping students with disabilities transition into adulthood, is a task some KU researchers hope to make easier on teachers.
With finals week in full swing for KU students, you can expect to see students out celebrating the end of the year, but one class has a unique final that takes place in a bar. Instead of your average test, some theater students had to tackle the art of stand-up comedy.
KU announces details for Sunday's commencement.
The National Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year and Lawrence's own, Trei Dudley, gets honored with a new car.
Tuesday, the Lawrence City Commission voted to increase the millions of dollars going toward the project.