Texas A&M's Jorvorskie Lane (11) runs up the middle during the third quarter of the Aggies' game against Missouri in this file photo.
Iowa State quarterback Bret Meyer throws to a receiver during the second half of last week's loss to Kansas State. Meyer is one of the few healthy ISU skill-position players heading into today's game with Kansas.
Moises Jones, 8, is on his way to watch the Royals play the Yankees on Sept. 5.
Vietnam War protesters march on the Kansas University campus in April of 1966. William Scott, a KU English professor, says, "I think there is a significant student involvement now, but it was much larger in the Vietnam War."
Palestinian women supporters of Hamas chant anti-Israel slogans and wave the green Islamic flag Friday during a rally supporting the Hamas government in Gaza City. Two Palestinian women were killed by Israeli army fire when hundreds of women streamed to serve as human shields for militants holed up inside a Gaza mosque besieged by Israeli troops.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, right, and U.S. national intelligence director John Negroponte, left, meet Friday in Baghdad in this image released by the Iraqi government. The man at center is an unidentified translator.
Keyshawn McBean joins a line of hundreds of people seeking to apply for employment with the soon-to-open M&M's World store Friday in New York. The unemployment rate in the U.S. dropped to a five-year low of 4.4 percent in October, according to a Labor Department report released Friday.
Jane Wald, executive director of the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, Mass., crouches Thursday by the tombstone of Gen. Thomas Gilbert, uncovered during excavations on the museum property. While making improvements to the grounds of the museum on Halloween, workers unearthed the gravestone of one of the poet Emily Dickin-son's relatives.
Suzanne Kerich, left, and Kirsten Roussel participate in Hand to Hand Studio's effort to make pillows for clients of Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn. and Hospice Care in Douglas County. The studio is at 914 Lawrence Ave.
Annette Conrad makes a pillow for clients of Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn. and Hospice Care in Douglas County during a working party conducted at Hand to Hand Studio, a fiber art business at 914 Lawrence Ave.
Lisa Boley, Roxy Warren, Richard Schowen, Barbara Schowen and Ellen Reid Gold celebrate Graham Kreicker's 70th birthday on Sept. 30. More than 100 people enjoyed a barbecue and singing at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence. Mischelle Johnson's birthday also was celebrated.
Graham Kreicker, center, celebrates his 70th birthday Sept. 30 at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence. With Kreicker are Pat Eddishaw, left, and Kim Kreicker. More than 100 people attended the event, and Mischelle Johnson's birthday also was celebrated.
From left are Kris Barlow, Margaret Barlow, Jill Zinn and Kirsten Roussel. The group participated in Hand to Hand Studio's working parties to make pillows for clients of Douglas County Visiting Nurses Assn. and Hospice Care in Douglas County. The workers made cotton bags filled with organic rice and spices donated by the Community Mercantile. The event was at the studio, a fiber art business at 914 Lawrence Ave., which is owned by Zinn and Kris Barlow.
Ty Hicklin, a member of Knights of Columbus Council No. 1372, and his daughter, Jedzia, collect donations for the organization's annual Tootsie Roll Drive. The annual event, held Oct. 13-15, assists people with intellectual disabilities. The Hicklins were working Oct. 15 at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa.
Marilyn Roy, center, baked four cakes for Graham Kreicker's 70th birthday celebration on Sept. 30 at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence. Dave Fullerton, left, and Jeff Lewis admire her carrot-pineapple cake, raisin-carrot cake and two Texas chocolate sheet cakes.
Drs. Helen Gilles and Mary Boyden, two retired pediatricians, attend Graham Kreicker's 70th birthday party Sept. 30 at the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence. Boyden began her practice in 1942; Gilles, in 1948.
Layci and Bryan Kuder
Maggie and Kory Norman
April and Damian Levings
Virginia and William Harris
Jennifer Ward and Craig Whalen
Luis Salazar and Christina Schnose
Ashley Butell and Shaun Smiley
Charity Middlemas and Jason Krebs
Charlie Biggerstaff and Shannon Smith