A male resident in his 80s died, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health. Douglas County has at least 630 cases of the coronavirus.
Jack Roche, an upcoming senior at the University of Kansas and football manager, died July 11 after he was struck by a car on a busy road. His friends remember his contagious laughter and the way he cared for others.
The University of Kansas announced on March 17 it would move all classes online to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but despite students not being on campus, the KU tulips are growing strong. Take a look.
Lawrence residents and businesses display signs of positivity with window chalk, yard signs and storefront displays amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the beginning of the spread of COVID-19 in January, face masks became more popular in Singapore and Bangkok, Thailand. However, masks are also prevalent to protect users from air pollution.
As in-person classrooms begin to re-open, teachers at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence are on the front lines helping to educate children about a world facing the coronavirus pandemic, protests and general uncertainty.
Opinion columnist Leo Niehorster-Cook argues that Cooper Overstreet is the ideal candidate for Douglas County voters in the district attorney race.