2 hrs ago
Injuries Shake Up Running Back Depth Chart
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Two injuries in the past two days have shaken up Kansas football's running back depth chart.
6 hrs ago
Man sentenced for beer bottle death
A northeast Kansas man who hit an Iraq war veteran on the head with a beer bottle will go to prison for the man's death.
13 hrs ago
University of Kansas
KU announces July employees of the month
What that means: Larry Higgins ensures staff and students are supplied with heat and hot water, even when equipment fails.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Unemployment Numbers Up Slightly
Unemployment numbers for the Manhattan metropolitan area are up slightly from the month before, but still lower than last year at this same time.
University of Kansas
Traffic congestion expected during move-in days
University of Kansas employees and the Lawrence community should avoid the area around the Lied Center and Daisy Hill on Thursday, Aug. 21, which is the primary move-in day for student housing residents.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Lawrence schools forgoing state standards on sex ed
The national standards are more comprehensive than state standards approved by the State Board of Education in 2006, according to Sarah Oatsvall, the district's assistant director of teaching and learning.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Topeka economy to grow 1.8 percent annually for next five years
The Topeka area will have steady but unremarkable growth for the next five years, according to a report from the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Airline memorabilia show at Hopkins has eveything but a window seat
Think of any object that could carry the name of an airline and it was probably at the Cleveland Airline Collectables Show today at the Sheraton Hopkins hotel.
Fresh Summer Peaches
These peaches are a pleasure to eat in autumn-but make them only in summer peach season, with fruit that's fully ripe but not too soft.
New doc impressed with Ottawa
A one-time college basketball player at Baker University has found a new team in Internal Medicine Associates of Ottawa.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
City mentioned liberally in governor's race
The city of Lawrence is getting a lot of mentions in the governor's race. And it's always coupled with another "L" word - liberal.
Topeka lodge nominated for National Register of Historic Places
The Masonic Grand Lodge building in Topeka is among the nine nominations and two multiple property documents forwarded recently to the office of the Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places to be evaluated for inclusion in the National Register.
Non-Pesto Basil Recipes
Basil flourishes in hot, dry weather, so at the height of summer, we like to toss the bright green, refreshing leaves into everything we can.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Man Killed In Lawrence Bike-Car Collision Identified As Washburn Employee
A Washburn official confirmed to 13 News that the university's public services librarian Cal Melick was the man killed Wednesday in a Lawrence when hit by a car.
Bicyclist fatally struck by car near Lawrence
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says a bicyclist was killed when he was hit by a car that was trying to pass another vehicle.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
University of Kansas
Julie Nagel to lead KU Innovation and Collaboration
Julie Nagel, executive director of corporate partnerships with KU Innovation and Collaboration - or KUIC - has been named interim associate vice chancellor for innovation and entrepreneurship at the University of Kansas.
Donated audio items to benefit Audio-Reader Network
Donations of gently used audio equipment, vinyl records, musical instruments, CDs or books on CD will be accepted in Topeka on Thursday as part of the annual fundraising drive for the Audio-Reader Network.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
DuPont Pioneer to open three new research facilities
DuPont is expected to unveil plans for a new $35 million soybean research facility at its Stine Haskell Research Center in Newark, Del., on Aug. 14, the company reported last week.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Your Friend, Westerners and more delivered a magical Friday night at the Granada
Westerners and Your Friend, with Twinsmith and Paper Buffalo The Granada, Lawrence KS August 8, 2014 When you're young and a fan of local music, it can be a frequent occurrence to go out to a $5 dive bar show, and fall a bit in love with an area band's music.