Andrea Williams found a wedding album, with this photo of the couple, a few years ago in one of her rental properties. She hopes to return it to the owner.
Staff members and technicians assemble part of the traveling exhibit, "A T. Rex Named Sue," on loan from The Field Museum in Chicago, on Tuesday at Exploration Place in Wichita. Beginning Saturday, Exploration Place will offer the exhibit, which features a replica of the largest Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered. The exhibit is the first of a five-year museum plan that includes other big traveling shows as well as new in-house exhibits.
New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington passes the ball during an exhibition game against the New York Giants. Jets coach Eric Mangini announced Tuesday that Pennington would open the
season as the team's starting signal caller.
When choosing paint for an indoor project, experts at Consumer Reports recommend using a product that can cover in a single coat. The Behr Premium Plus Satin Enamel, at left, qualifies as a CR Best Buy for one-coat coverage, as did Kilz - the low-luster Casual Colors Satin, and the flat-finish Casual Colors, especially when used in darker colors.
The Clutter House in Holcomb is up for sale. The home was the site of the 1959 killings of the Clutter family that were the subject of Truman Capote's book "In Cold Blood." Current owners Donna and Leonard Mader bought the home in 1990.
The water begins to flow Tuesday in the fountain of the new Docking Family Gateway at KU's east entrance near 13th Street and Oread Avenue. The project was funded primarily by a $500,000 contribution from KU alumnus Jill Docking and her husband, former Kansas Lt. Gov. Tom Docking.
Francis Denton, center, celebrates his 100th birthday with friends at the Lawrence Country Club. He was an avid golfer. In recent years he won nine Kansas Senior Olympics medals and a silver and two gold medals at the National Senior Olympics. From left are Wally Kraft, Buck Newsom, Denton, Ken Whitenight, Bob Marsh and Jim Schubert. Margaret Vestal submitted the picture.
The Treme Jazz band marches near the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. A traditional jazz funeral ran Tuesday from the New Orleans Convention Center to the Superdome on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Police officers beat a protester during a clash in Quetta, Pakistan. Gunfire and rioting broke out Tuesday for a fourth straight day after an emotion-charged funeral service for a prominent tribal chief killed by Pakistani forces. Two police were wounded and dozens of shops destroyed in the violence.
Members of the U12 Phenix-Ramler enjoy a night at a Kansas City T-Bones game. From left: Bailey Harrell, Bailie Richards, Hayley Schwartz, Madeline Brungardt, Sydney Ramler, Jalyn Brecheisen and Lauren Byrn.
Anna D'Ercole and Justin Lee wait to start their U6 Kaw Valley Soccer game on Saturday.
Southwest Bulldog volleyball player serves the ball during the school's eighth- and ninth-grade scrimmage on Friday.
Zackary Thompson of the U!3 Kaw Valley Force breaks away from a Legends player during a Kaw Valley Soccer Assn. Premier League game Saturday. The Force fell to the Legends, 3-0.
Lawrence American Legion players from left, Leroy Tabbert, Jim Talley, Fred Adamson and Herman Sisk pose for this 1957 photo.
Members of the U13 Kaw Valley Force soccer team take a dip during the team's post-practice pool party. The players and their parents held the party to celebrate the beginning of the upcoming season.
Sunflower Eagle Baylee Unruh goes for the goal during a Kaw Valley soccer game Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
Andrew Vetter, No. 77, listens to Bulldogs coach Skip Bennett during a break in practice. Vetter moved to Lawrence from Chicago and hopes to help Southwest this season.
Kaw Valley soccer player Darrien Coffey drives his way through the Dragons defense. Coffey's team, the Gators, tied the Dragons, 3-3. Coffey scored all three goals for his team.
Dane McCullough executes a fake handoff during the Gorillas' scrimmage with the Blue Valley North Mustangs Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
Lawrence Phenix player Kalli McClure gets a visit from "The King" while at a Kansas City T-Bones game.
Members of the Lawrence Phenix with T-Bones mascot Sizzle. From left: Theresa Harper, Kallie McClure and Kylie Waite.