Roadblocks in the Kansas Legislature have hindered the progress of the CROWN Act since the anti-discrimination legislation was introduced in 2020.
The right to a speedy trial was suspended in Kansas earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The backlog of cases has led to concern about potentially violating a defendant's constitutional rights and overcrowding in Kansas correctional facilities.
The Lawrence Journal-World Guild issued a statement expressing concern about the state of current contract negotiations with the management at Ogden, the newspaper chain that owns the Lawrence Journal-World.
The University of Kansas’ Student Senate passed a new fee package without an increase in a nearly five hour session Wednesday night. The Kansas Board of Regents rejected their first proposal.
The Lawrence community gathered at Watson Park on Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth with a community barbecue. The event was sponsored by city organizations and coordinated by Trinity Carpenter.
University of Kansas Transportation Services implemented a new device Monday called The Barnacle to lessen the amount of vehicles towed on campus, according to a news release. The Barnacle functions as a GPS-equipped device that will lay on the windshield, blocking the view of a driver until…
In a unanimous ruling Monday morning, the Supreme Court sided against the NCAA on whether it could limit educational-related perks made to student athletes.
As KU's campus participates in a campus wide day of reflection ahead of Juneteenth, campus leaders in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion talked to the Kansan about changes to the department and the future of the effort on campus.
The University of Kansas will not use the controversial Kansas Board of Regents policy that would allow for tenured faculty to be terminated in order to relieve financial pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Chancellor Douglas Girod told the Board of Regents Thursday.
The Kansas Board of Regents rejected the University of Kansas' fee proposal put forth by KU's Student Senate. The rejection required KU to keep the fee flat, as most public universities in the state have done.