Bill Sepic, outgoing president and CEO of the Lawrence Chamber of
Commerce, visits with Lawrence resident Emily Taylor. Sepic is
leaving the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce to accept a position in
Lansing, Mich. Friends and community members gathered during a
reception Tuesday at the Lawrence Visitor's Center, 402 N. Second
St., to wish him well.
Toys deemed dangerous by the Public Interest Research Group sit on
a table during a news conference at Junior Justices Day Care Center
in Trenton, N.J. The consumer group says the greatest toy dangers
still come from small balls, balloons and toys with small parts
that children can choke on. The bear on the left was chosen because
the eyes can be pulled off and children can choke on them, and the
toy computer on the right was chosen because of the loud sound it
Robert Blake's new lawyers, Thomas A. Mesereau Jr., left, and
Jennifer L. Keller speak after a hearing in a Los Angeles Superior
Court. At the hearing Tuesday, Blake switched lawyers in his murder
case, telling a judge that he and longtime defense attorney Harland
Braun have irreconcilable differences.
Meredith Vieira, host of the syndicated, weekday version of "Who
Wants to be a Millionaire," interacts with a contestant, left,
while taping the show at an ABC studio in New York. Vieira, who
also is co-host on ABC's "The View," began her career in television
Deep frying is becoming a popular method to prepare turkeys for
Haskell's Milan Roman Nose, right, brings the ball up the court
against Avila's Michael Socin. Avila defeated Haskell, 86-77,
Tuesday at Coffin Sports Complex.
North Carolina's Raymond Felton dunks during an exhibition game.
Felton is one of three freshmen expected to start for UNC tonight
against Kansas in the Preseason NIT semifinals at New York.
A film created by Spencer Roberts, left, of Lawrence, and Jeremy
Osbern, Kansas University junior in film, will be featured on MTV
next week. On Tuesday, the two showed the 10-second clip at
Oldfather Studios, Ninth Street and Avalon Road.