An artwork envisioned for a patch of ground east of Lawrence will tell the story of the birds and the bees - or at least, the butterflies and the bees.
Many of those caught in the drug crackdown at the 2006 Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival have yet to be formally charged.
It's time to get ready to jam, not to focus on the past.
Hinndley Espinales accused of pulling the trigger in anger
There's no dispute that a 25-year-old man shot and killed a member of his extended family earlier this year after a night of drinking at a birthday party in Baldwin, his attorney said.
Major Edwards held on federal gun charges
A "person of interest" in the death of a Lawrence man found shot in a field in rural Douglas County has been arrested in Mississippi on gun charges, the sheriff's office announced Monday.
Body identified as local hip-hop artist
A man found dead in a field Sunday morning has been identified as a 28-year-old hip-hop artist from Lawrence.
Wakarusa fans attacking organizer in online forum
The promoter of the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival said he had no idea there were high-tech police surveillance cameras monitoring this year's festival, despite a state park official's statement that the promoter was informed in advance.
Hidden cameras helped in drug busts
Hidden, high-dollar equipment helped police crack down on drug dealing at this year's Wakarusa Festival.
Chanting Iraqi names, group refuses to leave Army center
A group of war protesters covered themselves in tomato paste, walked into a local Army-recruiting office Thursday afternoon, linked arms and refused to leave. They were protesting the deaths of 24 Iraqi civilians in November at the hands of U.S. Marines in the city of Haditha, an incident that remains under investigation.
They linked arms and chanted the names of Iraqi war dead
Protesters splashed in red link arms in recruiting office and resist police.