A Kenyan family watches U.S. election news at their home in
Nairobi, Kenya. Sen. John Kerry, generally the favorite candidate
outside of the United States, conceded the presidential race to
George W. Bush on Wednesday.
American soldiers pass a vehicle damaged in a car bomb explosion at
a checkpoint at the entrance of the Baghdad International Airport.
Wednesday's bombing killed an American soldier and wounded another.
Douglas Belt looks at the jury after they unanimously voted to
sentence him to death Wednesday in Wichita. Belt was convicted of
capital murder Monday for the gruesome beheading of Lucille
Gallegos in June 2002. Belt's attorney, Ron Evans, is seated at
KU sophomores Jordan List, Hutchinson, center, and Lisa Guo,
Wichita, work in a microbiology lab at Haworth Hall. Kansas
University's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is proposing a
$30-per-credit-hour fee that would help pay for a new $70 million
Chris Miller, chairman of the Douglas County Republican Party,
left, and Lawrence Police Officer Doug Payne gather evidence at the
GOP headquarters at 10th and Kentucky streets Wednesday after it
was discovered someone had thrown a rock through a window.
President Bush receives a phone call in the Oval Office of the
White House from Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry,
D-Mass. Kerry conceded his defeat Wednesday morning.
Lawrence's Tenant to Homeowners program is looking for city funding
for a new affordable housing program. The program would buy the
land that the house sits on, and the owner would own the actual
house. The plan could reduce home prices by $40,000 to $60,000.
Wednesday, Rebecca Buford, associate director of the group, toured
a home under renovation in the 1100 block of Connecticut.
Tenants to Homeowners is looking for city funding for a new
affordable housing program. The program would allow home owners to
buy houses, but not the land on which they sit. Rebecca Buford,
associate director of the group, and Kevin Mayo, subcontrator,
discuss the progress of a home Wednesday at 1108 Conn.
Kansas' Kevin Kane tackles Nebraska's Cory Ross (4) in the first
half of their Oct. 2 game in Lincoln, Neb.
Kansas University's Kevin Kane, right, gets a piece of Tulsa
quarterback James Kilian in the first half. Kane has 45 total
tackles and a sack on the season.
Joe Lacz, left, vice president of Quintiles in Kansas City, listens to Troy Zarcone, center, and Greg Hunley talk about the uses for the Palm Data Recorder prototype. The device was one of several on display Wednesday from about 40 businesses, Kansas University operations and inventors at the Lawrence Technology Showcase at the Lawrence Holidome.
The Schick children, clockwise from top left, Valerie, 15, Bradley, 12, Kendall, 9, and Joshua, 5, get ready to return home after spending several days with their grandparents Don and Marjorie Ann Schick, of Lawrence. They are the children of Larry and Kathy Schick, Tilden, Neb. The picture was submitted by Marjorie Ann Schick.