Casper; a future quarterback for the Washington Huskies!
Cat named "Lunchmeat" watching flightless crow named Chir, when Chir's family came for a visit. The crow ruled the roost over the cat and dog.
Ripley is a 3-year-old female pug who enjoys to play and relax around the house. She belongs to Eric Strimple, of Eudora.
Cecilia Josephine Cottrell (3rd Birthday). When asked what kind of cake Cecilia wanted for her birthday she said,
"A Jayhawk Princess cake!" How could her mother, a Kansas University Alunmi, turn her down?!
Cari Savedra formely of Lawrence and Christopeher Savedra, Overland Park, enjoy take a moment to pose for the camera before her brother got married Saturday November 18th 2006.
Carrie Lindsey, Employment Specialist of the Lawrence-Douglas County Housing Authority holds trick-or-treater Jean-Luc Esperance, 8 months. Jean-Luc is the son of Sarah Mason of Lawrence.
Kody Barth displays his trophy after winning the regional championship tournament. Kody is the son of Kevin and Kelli Barth, Springboro, Ohio, and the grandson of LTC Charles and Gayle Smith, Lawrence, and CW5 Kevin and Pat Barth, Philadelphia, PA.
Kansas Sunflower Showdown tailgate party at the home of Eric and Cindy Hiebert. Attendees were Jayme Dr. residents and neighbors (projection of the game in the garage).
Zoe Prather, age 7, gets invited to sit in the cocktpit of a Frontier Jet by the captain, on our way back from a trip to the mountains in Colorado.
Tori & Brian celebrate after KU Crushes K-State, 11-19-2006!
Fans from Lawrence and Wamego anticipate the 06-07 version of the Kansas Jayhawk basketball team. Go Hawks!
Milton Friedman is among the economists featured in a new book, "Inside the Economist's Mind: Conversations with Eminent Economists," co-edited by William Barnett, Oswald distinguished professor of macroeconomics at Kansas University.
Michael Richards arrives to celebrate the release of the first three seasons of the "Seinfeld" on DVD in this Nov. 17, 2004, photo from New York. Richards, who played Cosmo Kramer on the show, stunned a comedy club audience in West Hollywood on Friday, shouting racial epithets at people who heckled him during a standup routine, according to the Web site TMZ.com. He apologized on Monday.
Michael Eravi, left, and Janet Horner reach the top of Harney Peak, the tallest point east of the Rocky Mountains at 7,243 feet, in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Got a shot for Friends & Neighbors? Send it, along with your name, phone number, residence and children's ages, to Friends & Neighbors, P.O. Box 888, Lawrence 66044. Horner, of Lawrence, submitted the photo.
Nola Ochs, right, receives flowers from her adviser, Joleen Briggs, during her philosophy class Friday at Fort Hays State University in Hays. Ochs will be 95 on Wednesday.
Andel Fernandez shucks fresh Maryland oysters on the assembly line at Kellum Seafood in Weems, Va. Tommy Kellum, the company's vice president, is a sponsor of a proposal to open a long-closed section of the Rappahannock River to oyster harvesting.
Syria's Foreign Minister Walid Moallem, left, meets with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani in Baghdad, Iraq. Talabani met privately Monday with Moallem. The Iraqi government said diplomatic relations between the two countries - severed nearly a quarter-century ago - were being restored.
Former Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was sworn in Monday as the country's "legitimate" president in front of thousands of supporters at the Zocalo plaza in Mexico City. After narrowly losing the country's July 2 elections to President-elect Felipe Calderon, Lopez Obrador has vowed to continue with his parallel government.
Shoppers line up in subfreezing temperatures as they wait for the Kohl's department store to open at 5 a.m. Nov. 25, 2005, in Omaha, Neb. These days, heading to a store at 5 a.m. the day after Thanksgiving is for wimps. A growing number of the nation's stores and malls are opening at midnight on what is known as Black Friday. And some stores like CompUSA and B.J.'s are opening on Thanksgiving Day to give shoppers a head start on their holiday shopping.
First Lt. Rosanna Vasquez Brown kisses her husband, Master Sgt. Mark Brown, after she returned Monday to Fort Campbell, Ky. During the last five years, Vasquez Brown, her husband, her brother Staff Sgt. Francisco Vasquez or her brother Capt. Martin Vasquez have been stationed overseas, deployed or away on a training event. For the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Brown said her family - including her husband and two brothers in the military - would be together Thursday for Thanksgiving.
An investigator examines the scene after a bus carrying high school students smashed through a guardrail along an overpass Monday and crashed nose-first 30 feet below, killing three teenage girls and injuring at least 30 other people, several critically, in Huntsville, Ala.
missouri's gary pinkel patrols the sidelines during Saturday's controversial loss at Iowa State.
Oklahoma guard Austin johnson, right, shoots under pressure from Memphis guard Pierre Niles in the second half of a Maui Invitational matchup. No. 12 Memphis beat Oklahoma, 77-65, Tuesday in Lahaina, Hawaii.
Marquette's Ousmane Barro, left, brings down a rebound in front of Texas Tech's Damir Suljagic. The Golden Eagles defeated the Red Raiders, 87-72, Monday in a semifinal of the CBE Classic in Kansas City, Mo.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski reacts to a foul call. Duke defeated Air Force, 71-56, Monday in Kansas City, Mo., in a semifinal of the CBE Classic.