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Lawrence has been called one of the "best lil' college towns," by Rolling Stone in 2005, and in 1998 named a local radio station one of the top ten "Stations that Don't Suck." Notable residents have included "Beat" generation author William S. Burroughs (Naked Lunch), writer/director James Gunn (Dawn of the Dead, Scooby-Doo, The Immortals), director Herk Harvey (Carnival of Souls), environmental author Wes Jackson (Man and the Environment, founder of The Land Institute), and environmental historian Donald Worster (A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir).

Population: 80098
Local Newspapers: Lawrence Journal World Topeka Capital Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows (USHL)
Local Colleges: University of Kansas Haskell Indian Nations University

Zip Codes associated with lawrence, kansas: 66044 66046 66047 66049
Towns/Cities near lawrence, kansas : Topeka Eudora Linwood Baldwin City De Soto Tonganoxie

Lawrence News
Bring sense of wonder to eclipse; Willingham heads to Switzerland

Features writer Savannah Evanoff went all out putting together today's package of information about the upcoming solar eclipse, and we hope you enjoy it.

Democrat Ward launches bid for governor

Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, D-Wichita, jumped into the pool of candidates running for governor by announcing his candidacy Saturday morning in Wichita.

Power lost after semi hits utility poles

According to police reports, at 10:06 a.m. officers responded to the crash in the 500 block of Mulberry Street, near West Miller Street. The truck driver, William Griesbach, 58, of Lawrence, Kansas, was pulling a trailer loaded with bed mattresses and became entangled in electrical power lines while attempting to back into Schroeder Way.

Spares celebrate 40th

John Anthony Spare and Sherri Carlene Smith were married on July 30, 1977, at the bride's parents' rural Parsons home.

2017 Kansas volleyball TV coverage includes ESPN2, EPSNU, FSN

Eighth-ranked Kansas volleyball will appear on national television three times during the Big 12 portion of the 2017 schedule, the league announced on Thursday. The three national television appearances modifies dates and times from KU's originally-announced schedule and supplements KU's comprehensive TV coverage of home matches.

University community remembers Victorian literature scholar Hal Orel

The University of Kansas community is remembering Howard "Hal" Orel, distinguished professor emeritus of English. He died July 31 in Lawrence.

Physicians eager to start practice in Ottawa

Dr. Genna Siemons was looking to begin her practice after recently finishing her residency.

KPR wins 7 broadcasting awards

Kansas Public Radio, based at the University of Kansas, earned seven individual awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters this year. KPR earned honors in the news, commentary, programming and website categories.

Parents seek investigative records into son's disappearance

The parents of a Kansas child missing for nearly 30 years are suing authorities to release investigative records from the case.

Kansas Democrat Paul Davis announces congressional bid

Democrat Paul Davis announced his entrance into the race for the 2nd District congressional seat Tuesday morning. If elected, he said, he does not plan to vote for Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the current House Democratic leader and former speaker of the U.S. House when Democrats last held the majority.

Jeremy Farmer, ex-Lawrence mayor, sentenced to prison, ordered to pay restitution

Former Lawrence Mayor Jeremy Farmer has been sentenced after pleading guilty in September 2016 to a single felony count of interstate transportation of stolen funds. A federal judge ordered a former Lawrence mayor on Tuesday to serve 10 months in prison and pay restitution after pleading guilty to embezzling from a food bank serving Douglas County.

Authorities release more info in Douglas County murder-suicide, including IDs

Douglas County authorities are still investigating a shooting that left three people dead in the 1000 block of East 900 Road. Douglas County authorities are still investigating a shooting that left three people dead in the 1000 block of East 900 Road.

Friend remembers murder victim Erin Berg

August 14th marked the beginning of the 2017 season for many different fall sports. We visited many schools today and will have much more in The Kansas City Chiefs and head coach Andy Reid have wasted no time with the 12th overall pick Patrick Mahomes.

Attorney asks court to order release of 25-year-old records tied to Randy Leach disappearance

An attorney who sits on the board of the Kansas Sunflower Coalition for Open Government has filed a petition arguing Leavenworth County law enforcement violated the Kansas Open Records Act by denying the release of records tied to the investigation into the 1988 disappearance of Randy Leach. Attorney Max Kautsch filed a 27-page document Monday in Leavenworth County District Court, asking the court to order the release of all records related to Leach's disappearance that were in the possession of any Leavenworth County agency, including the county sheriff's office, between April 16, 1988, and Dec. 31, 1992.

Weekend Slaughter In Lawrence

Three people, including a 3-year-old girl, were found dead in western Douglas County on Sunday afternoon. According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, the shooting happened in the 1000 block of E. 900 Road.

Topeka businessman planning $6 million office park for East Topeka, near Lake Shawnee

The 500-plus storage units Topeka businessman Frank Meade has planned for the northeast corner of 29th St. and S.E. Wittenberg Road are carefully designed so they don't look industrial. Preliminary plans for the office buildings in a new $6 million office park project being planned by Frank Meade will feature professional facades.

Lawrence Beer Company promises local brews, block party

Matt Williams, co-owner and operator of the soon-to-open Lawrence Beer Company stands in the brewery. The Lawrence Beer Company will soon open in former SeedCo building in Lawrence's historic Warehouse Arts District.

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