U9 Kaw Valley Force player Ernesto Hodison.
Eight-year-old Alex Sinks throws to third during the Lawrence Girls Fastpitch Association tryouts Saturday.
South tennis player Tor Fornelli.
South junior track runners Taylor Coleman, left, and Lukas Schlax.
U9 Kaw Valley Force soccer player Sam Dykes.
U9 Kaw Valley Force player Jared Johnson.
KVSA Select player Louis Hamal.
South Junior High runner Kara Easum.
South junior high runner Lamont Crockett.
President Bush speaks at a news conference Tuesday in the Rose Garden of the White House. President Bush denounced Democrats for going on spring break without approving money for the Iraq war with no strings.
David Schauner didn't make the cut on Tuesday for a seat on the city commission.
Dennis "Boog" Highberger placed third in the race for the Lawrence City Commission. He chatted with supporters on Tuesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Minnesota's Justin Morneau connects for a home run. The Twins defeated Baltimore, 3-2, on Tuesday night in Minneapolis.
Kansas University's Sara Ramirez (24) celebrates after scoring in the second inning of the Jayhawks' 4-2 victory over Arkansas in the first game of a doubleheader. KU lost the nightcap Tuesday, 6-2.
Gwen Robbins, executive director of the YouZeum in Columbia, Mo., explains the Snackster virtual vending machine that gives users audio health information about snack foods and beverages commonly found in vending machines.
A high-speed French train speeds under a bridge filled with reporters and onlookers, breaking the world rail speed record near Grigny, eastern France. The train hit 357.2 mph on Tuesday. However, it fell short of the ultimate record set by Japan's nonconventional magnetically levitated train, which sped to 361 mph in 2003.
Cloie Harnois, a worker at the Polka Dog Bakery in Boston, holds out a treat for Paco, an 8-year-old Jack Russell-Chihuahua mix, in front of the store's dog treat display. The boutique dog bakery sells organic doggy treats as well as dried grains, herbs, and vegetables for dog owners to blend with the raw meat of their choice.
Ben Farney, 6, shows his artwork at the Schwegler School book fair and art show. He is the son of Melanie Farney and Bob Farney, both of Lawrence. Melanie Farney submitted the picture.
Some new Ford models - such as this Lincoln MKZ and the Ford Fusion/Mercury Milan siblings - are challenging the reliability of competing models from Toyota and Honda in their first year.
Charles G. Koch, 71, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Koch Industries Inc., used his studies of science, engineering, sociology, economics, philosophy and psychology to pen his book, "The Science of Success: How Market-Based Management Built the World's Largest Private Company."
It is possible to make meals you'll both love even when you have totally different tastes.