Lawrence Police were investigating a bloody scene this morning at
the Sunflower Apartments, 2564 Redbud Lane. Blood was streaked down
the front of the building, indicating it came from second floor.
Pastor Johnny Cook, left, leads members of his church in prayer
during a service for 13-year-old Sarah Lunde at the First Apostolic
Church in Ruskin, Fla. Lunde's body was recovered Saturday from a
pond near her home. A convicted sex offender on Sunday confessed to
Women carrying wreaths walk in front the Wall of Nations during the
commemoration ceremony marking the 60th anniversary of the
liberation of the Nazi concentration camp of Ravensbrueck in
Fuerstenberg, Germany. About 450 survivors gathered Sunday to
commemorate the liberation by the Soviet Army in April 1945.
Boston forward Paul Pierce, right, defends against Toronto forward
Matt Bonner in the second-half of the Celtics' 103-98 victory.
Pierce, a Kansas University product, had 25 points as Boston won
Sunday in Toronto.
Washington Nationals, from left, Nick Johnson, Jose Guillen, Vinny
Castilla and Terrmel Sledge celebrate their 7-3 victory over
Arizona. The Nats won Sunday at RFK Stadium in Washington.
Baltimore's Miguel Tejada rounds third base after hitting a grand
slam against the Yankees. The Orioles won, 8-4, Sunday in Baltimore
to complete a sweep of the weekend series.
Kansas University sophomore golfer Jill Womble follows through on a
tee shot during a qualifying round for the Lawrence Futures Golf
Classic. Womble failed to record a score during the event Sunday at
Eagle Bend Golf Course.
Detroit's Ivan Rodriguez watches his ninth-inning home run against
Kansas City leave Kauffman Stadium. The Tigers beat the Royals,
6-1, Sunday in Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City catcher John Buck, right, tags out Detroit's Carlos
Pena at home plate in the third inning. The Tigers beat the Royals,
6-1, Sunday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas University second baseman Jessica Moppin throws to first
base for an out against Baylor. The Jayhawks lost to the Bears,
8-5, Sunday at Arrocha Ballpark.
Kansas University softball players Cyndi Duran, left, Ashley
Goodrich, center, and Christina Ross watch KU's loss to Baylor. The
Jayhawks fell, 8-5, Sunday at Arrocha Ballpark.
Dale Dexter of Topeka runs the half-marathon course during the
Raintree Run. The event, a fund-raiser for Raintree Montessori
School, was held Sunday in West Lawrence.
Kansas University baseball coach Ritch Price, left, argues with
first-base umpire Andy Eaves during the fifth inning against
Baylor. Eaves made two calls that Price deemed questionable in the
inning, and the Jayhawks eventually lost, 3-2, Sunday at Hoglund
Kansas University junior outfielder Matt Baty, right, prepares to
catch a fly ball as John Allman backs him up against Baylor. The
Jayhawks blew a late lead and lost to the Bears, 3-2, Sunday at
Albert Einstein writes an equation for the density of the Milky Way
on the blackboard at the Carnegie Institute, Mount Wilson
Observatory headquarters in Pasadena, Calif., in this Jan. 14,
1931, file photo. Einstein achieved world reknown in 1905, at age
26, when he expounded a theory of general relativity that proposed
the existence of atomic energy.
A photo detail of the sculpture shows medallions for the Navy and
Alan Austin, of Lawrence, assists artist Barry Coffin as they wipe
down "War Mother," Coffin's latest sculpture. The piece will be
installed May 13 in front of the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum
at Haskell Indian Nations University.
Austin, a worker at Ad Astra Bronze Foundry, warms up the bronze
sculpture, which will take on a patina as heat is applied.
Drivers navigate the roundabout at 19th Street and Barker Avenue.
City officials say the roundabout there has dramatically cut the
number of accidents at the intersection.
Eudora High School students Jason Hamlin, left, and Caleb Pettengill will be attending their prom as pirates.
An Iraqi woman covers her ears as unidentified gunfire breaks out
in the outskirts of Madain, Iraq. Iraqi security forces patrolled
the central Iraq town Sunday after reports that Sunni militants
were holding dozens of Shiite Muslims hostage and threatening to
kill them. The reports are thought to have been a hoax.
U.S. Cardinal Roger Mahony, of Los Angeles, hands over his robe to
his driver as he leaves the North American College in Rome on his
way to the Vatican. Cardinals had a few last hours Sunday to confer
with aides or pray with faithful before they were required to
check-in at the Domus Sanctae Martae at the Vatican, where they
will be sequestered during the conclave to elect the next pope.
This image, titled "Spectral Guitarist," was taken in July 2004.
Ensley says this untitled photo taken in April 2003 reminds her of
The Waits' song "All The World Is Green."
"Hello, Operator" was taken in Los Angeles in September 2004 with a
Sony Cybershot DSC-F707, digital SLR camera.
"Sunken Self-Portrait" was taken in late 2002 and digitally
manipulated in image-editing software.
The old South Dakota governor's mansion, shown in this March 17,
2003, file photo in Pierre, is available for free to any group
agreeing to use the building for a public purpose. The home,
however, has been chopped into three pieces and sits on a storage
People on Sacramento Street in San Francisco watch smoke rise from
fires after the devasting earthquake on April 18, 1906.
Herbert Hamrol, a 102-year-old survivor of the April 18, 1906, San
Francisco earthquake, adjusts products on the shelves at
Andronico's Market in San Francisco. Hamrol, a lifelong San
Francisco resident who works two days a week at the market, doesn't
remember the earthquake, but he does remember his mother carrying
him to safety. At least 60 survivors of the quake will gather today
to mark the 99th anniversary.
"Virgin and Child with Six Saints," a 15th-century Renaissance
altar piece painting by Neri diBicci, is shown at the Seattle Art
Museum. The painting, its vivid colors and gold leaf darkened by
centuries and a 1992 fire at Seattle's St. James Cathedral, was
restored at the museum. It was returned Sunday to the cathedral.
A ticker tracks tech sector stocks inside a Bank of America branch
office in New York. Disappointing earnings from IBM Corp. on Friday
exacerbated a selloff on wall Street. Analysts will be watching
Intel Corps. earnings this week to see whether IBM's woes are an
Nancy Helmstadter presents a medal of appreciation to Margaret Wulfkuhle for her 20 years of service as flag chairwoman for the Betty Washington Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution. Wulfkuhle has flown a flag over the Capitol each year, and it is then presented to different organizations or schools. Annie Merriam submitted the picture.