A police officer stands outside as forensic officers prepare to
enter a house in Crawley, West Sussex, after raids across southeast
England by six police forces. Eight men, all British citizens
between the ages of 17 and 32, were arrested Tuesday under
suspicion of being involved in terrorism. It was one of the biggest
anti-terrorism operations in Britain since the Sept. 11, 2001,
attacks in the United States, and a half-ton of ammonium nitrate, a
cheap but effective bomb-making material, was found.
Hillcrest School sixth-grade teacher Katie Becker, upper left,
tries to guess the age of Michael Phillips, 1, left, as his sister
Precious Mack, 3, talks with her mother, Chancella Mack, in red,
and grandmother Hattie Sherman. Becker wiped down tables and made
friends with diners on Tuesday in the lobby of the McDonald's
restaurant at 1309 W. Sixth St. as part of the "McTeacher's Night"
Free State's Tyler Blankenship (3) is forced out at first against
Kansas City (Mo.) Pembroke Hill. The Firebirds won, 9-1, Tuesday at
Free State first baseman Keaton Mishler takes a throw for an out.
The Firebirds defeated Pembroke Hill on Tuesday at FSHS.
Lawrence High second baseman Paul Johnson loses the handle on a
ground ball against Leavenworth. Johnson's boot was moot, however,
as the Lions swept a doubleheader Tuesday at Ice Field.
Kansas University coach Bill Self talks to the media during his
final news conference of the 2003-04 season. Self spoke Tuesday at
The all-area boys basketball team, from left, Danny Brown, DeSoto,
Jacob Eaton, Mill Valley, Lee Baldwin, Ottawa, Jake Heston,
Oskaloosa, pictured on Tuesday at the Lawrence Journal-World.
Kyle Smith, Kansas Bureau of Investigation special agent, walks by
a projection of the KBI Kansas Criminal History Record Check Web
site at the KBI office in Topeka. Anyone wanting a criminal history
on a person convicted in Kansas can log onto the site, pay a fee
and get the information.
Kelly Brakenhoff, left, and her son, Jeth Brakenhoff, 7, carry
Jeth's craftwork over Andy Dominguez, right, 6, during the Tiger
Cub Scouts' craft night at Prairie Park School, 2711 Kensington
Road. The Lawrence school district is weighing a plan to charge
fees for using school buildings for activities and meetings
unrelated to school activities. The Tiger Cub Scouts met on Tuesday
at the Lawrence school.
Jeff and Shawna Huffman and their son Patrick, 2, stand outside
their new very solid home on Locust Street.
Peppers such as, clockwise from top, Guajillo, Chile de Arbol, and
Chipotle are used in many of the dishes.
Angel Alvarez, co-owner of Tortas Jalisco, takes an order from a
customer at the restaurant, 3300 W. Sixth St. The Mexican
restaurant, which is located in a Phillips 66 gas station, was busy
during a recent lunch hour.
Angel Alvarez, co-owner of Tortas Jalisco, serves menudo, a
traditional, hearty Mexican dish made of beef stomach, hominy and
A front-end loader moves coal from a pile and toward a conveyor
belt outside the coal-fired Cherokee Street power plant owned by
Xcel Energy in north Denver. Triggered by the high cost of natural
gas, utility companies are contemplating new, coal-fired electrical
plants for the first time in more than a decade.
Spectators watch Lights of Freedom at the Trump Taj Mahal in
Atlantic City, N.J., in this July 26 photo. The auditors for Donald
Trump's Atlantic City casino property are raising alarms over the
financier's debt load. Barring a bailout, Trump Hotels & Casino
Resorts may not be able to continue, auditors for Ernst & Young
LLP warned Tuesday.
Students, from left, Emma McElhaney, 12, Wakefield, Dustin Silverman, 14, Topeka, and Evan Mielke, 13, Lawrence, present a copy of a book, "I'm Not Signing That! George Mason Stands Up for the United States Bill of Rights," to Judge Deanell Tacha of the Tenth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, second from left. Tacha, who wrote the foreword to the book designed for children in grades four through seven, was given the copy Tuesday at her office in Lawrence.
Dorothy "Dotty" Rosenthal, right, celebrates her 100th birthday at her Lawrence home. Her friend Betty Milliken, Lawrence, left, was one of about 50 guests at the party, which was Jan. 1. Rosenthal turned 100 on Jan. 2. Panta Rhei, Lawrence, submitted the picture.