Summer Nicole Moore - age 3 months. Daughter of Rachael Nicole Moore and Josh DeBoy of Omaha, NE.
Grandaughter of Scott and Sheryl Moore, Lawrence, KS.
Ms. Carnagie and Ms. Whitebread, teachers at Eudora West Elementary pose with Biz Young, 10, of Eudora at the Saturday, April 8, 2006 performance of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at the YouthFront Theater on the Plaza in Kansas City. Biz played Mrs. Beaver.
The Lawrence Mothers of Twins Club held their annual Easter Egg Hunt at First Baptist Church on April 9, 2006. Eight families attended the event, there were a total of 23 children, including 16 twins. The club has 40 member families and supports all parents of multiple birth children.
Lisa Hetrick, daughter of Lloyd and Jeanie Hetrick of Lawrence, makes a new friend from Oklahoma as both support their teams at the Big 12 Basketball tournament in Dallas, Texas.
Children at Children's Learning Center display a banner they made during the week of the young child. Every day a different fun event was planned for the children to participate in.
Aaron Steinle, 3, inspects his recently emerged Monarch Butterfly received as a chrysalis from the Monarch Watch Open House at KU. The butterfly successfully started his fall migration to Mexico the next day.
Allyson Prue, daughter of Kim and Steve Prue, Lawrence, has her picture taken from the Eiffel Tower in Paris France while visiting her sister Melynda Behrens in the summer of 2005.
Max and Donna Dougherty are shown in their Bedford, Iowa, home with the prescription medications that Max takes. The Doughertys are pleased with the new Medicare prescription program, saying it saves them up to $350 a month.
Protesters march in downtown St. Louis in support of immigration reform. More that 5,000 people took part in Sunday's rally, one of many across the country. Even larger rallies are expected today.
Dressed in traditional Bavarian highland attire, a German boy and his father carry their bouquets of decorated catkins in Ramsau, southern Germany. They were taking the bouquets to church for consecration, following an old tradition on Palm Sunday.
U.S. soldiers in a Humvee patrol past the sculpture nicknamed "Freedom," which was put up to replace the statue of Saddam Hussein pulled down by three years ago Sunday in Baghdad, Iraq. Three years after the statue came down, symbolizing the defeat of Saddam Hussein's regime, Iraqi politicians were scheduling meetings to try to resolve the deadlock over who will be the country's next prime minister. The new statue features an angelic woman holding up a sicklelike moon symbolizing Islam and a Sumerian sun as an emblem of Iraqi national pride.
Iraq Veteran Josh Dobbelstein looks through some of his old military uniforms at his home in Lombard, Ill. Dobbelstein is one of several veterans getting help from a clinic at the Hines VA Hospital just outside Chicago, set up specifically to help veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Piper DeLaney Loftiss, 2 months, poses for her parents on Valentine's Day. She is the daughter of John and Michelle Loftiss, Linwood. Laney Stussie submitted the picture.
Kansas City's Mike Sweeney hits the deck after getting buzzed by White Sox pitcher Bobby Jenks during the ninth inning. Chicago won, 3-1, Sunday in Kansas City, Mo.
White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle pitches to Royals lead-off batter Tony Graffanino. Buehrle pitched eight shutout innings in Chicago's 3-1 victory Sunday in Kansas City, Mo.
Ashley Aull, Miss Kansas USA 2006, greets well-wishers at a surprise sendoff at The Overlook restaurant in Lansing. Aull, who lives in Lansing, left April 2 for Baltimore to compete in this year's Miss USA pageant, which will be televised April 21.
Kaitlin Macy waves a palm while preparing to walk in a processional in the sanctuary of Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Wichita. The congregation and other Christians throughout the world celebrated Palm Sunday, the start of Holy Week leading to Easter.
Ladner shows a ringneck snake found along the trails near the banks of the Kansas River. Kansas' 24 state parks don't stack up well against neighboring states. Missouri has 54 state parks; Oklahoma, 58; Colorado, 41.
Wichita Police Officers, from bottom: Darrin Williams, Gary Morris, Clayton Schuler and Stewart Blurton react to the electricity of a Taser weapon Thursday during a training session at City Hall. To become more familiar with the effects of the weapon, officers could voluntarily take a shot from the stun gun.
Wichita Police Officer Tricia Beck reacts to getting shot in the back by a Taser Thursday during a training session at City Hall. To become more familiar with the affects of the weapon, officer could voluntarily take a shot from the stun gun.
The Taser 26 on Friday, March 25, 2005.
Wichita Police Lt. Kevin Vaughn demonstrates how to use a Taser. The Kansas Highway Patrol decided to begin arming troopers with the stun guns before a deadline for the public to give input had passed.
Tiger Woods reacts to missing his birdie putt on the fourth hole during final round play of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Sunday, April 9, 2006.
Phil Mickelson responds on the 18th green during final round play of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Sunday, April 9, 2006. Mickelson shot a 7-under par 281 to win the 2006 Masters.
Fred Couples makes his eagle attempt on the eighth green during final round play of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., Sunday, April 9, 2006.