At least eight Occupy Lawrence members were ticketed early Saturday morning, for refusing to leave South Park.
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The deadline to leave South Park has come and gone for the Occupy Lawrence protestors. The City and Police Department continue to monitor the situation, but no tickets were written and no one has been arrested for being in the park.
The Kansas Highway Patrol has announced it plans to conduct special enforcement following Saturday’s University of Kansas football game against Kansas State.
The director of the Lawrence Public Library retires today after 16 years.
Despite potential fines and jail time, some members of occupy Lawrence will call the city's bluff and stay in South Park past the 11:30 p.m. curfew.
Natasha Short received a sentenced of probation for two counts of child endangerment.
The holidays are quickly approaching and that could be good news for job seekers as many retailers hire for the season.
The Lawrence Police Department releases a statement Thursday about the protestors in South Park.