Red Sox third baseman Cole Greenwood looks at a runner after catching a line drive against the Rebels on Thursday at 4-H Fields.
Rebels outfielder Lucas Werner makes a catch against the Red Sox on Thursday at 4-H Fields.
The Rebels' Michael Sinks slides into third base for a triple on Thursday at 4-H Fields.
The Rebels' Michael Sinks heads for third base for a triple during a game Thursday at 4-H Fields.
The inaugural DCABA 10U Bullets in Lawrence, taken at the 4-H fairgrounds in the summer of 1972. Lawrence resident Dan Rea is second row, far right.
Webelos II Cub Scouts chartered to St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Lawrence planted 75 native tree seedlings at Coon Creek for a wetlands restoration project managed by Stream Link and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. From left are Marlon Schneck, den co-leader, August Murphy-Beach, Jack Powell, George Depenbusch, Elias Schneck, Eric Glogau and Kyle Vogelsang. They boys are all 10 years old. Nora Murphy, den co-leader, submitted the picture.
Recent rains caused erosion underneath portions of the dam at the Kickapoo Indian Reservation northeast of Topeka. Tribal officials met with federal officials Thursday to consider solutions for repairing the dam.
Cody (voiced by Shia LaBeouf) and Lani (Zooey Deschanel) are among the animated penguins in "Surf's Up."
James Gandolfini portrays Tony Soprano in a scene from one of the last episodes of HBO's "The Sopranos."
Ellen Barkin stars as the assistant to a casino magnate in "Ocean's Thirteen."
George Clooney, left, and Brad Pitt return in the crime caper "Ocean's Thirteen."
Kan'Nal formed in Guatemala and plays "shamanic rock."
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker (9) shoots over Cleveland Cavaliers forward Drew Gooden, right, in the first half of Game 1. The Spurs won the NBA finals opening game, 85-76, Thursday in San Antonio.
Cleveland star LeBron James, center, runs into a trio of Spurs - Manu Ginobili (2), Tim Duncan, top right, and Bruce Bowen - in the first half of the Spurs' 85-76 victory. James had a subpar 14 points in the setback Thursday in San Antonio.
Traffic congestion fills New York's Park Avenue. Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing to reduce traffic and pollution by charging cars $8 and trucks $21 to enter the busiest parts of Manhattan. New York would become the first U.S. city to adopt a "congestion pricing" plan of this magnitude. The proposal is similar to a system that London has used since 2003, and officials there say it has significantly reduced congestion. Bloomberg's idea got a boost Thursday from U.S. Transportation Secretary Mary Peters, who announced that New York is one of nine semifinalists to receive federal funds to fight traffic.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, center, Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and U.S. President George W. Bush gather for the group G-8 picture in Heiligendamm, northeastern Germany. The leaders agreed to pursue reductions in emissions that cause global warming, and the chilly relations between Putin and Bush thawed a bit Thursday with discussion about a missile defense system.
Paris Hilton's home in the Hollywood Hills is shown in this aerial view. Hours after Hilton was sent home under house arrest Thursday, the judge who originally put her in jail ordered her back to court to determine whether she should be put back behind bars.