A tree that blew over last night on the grounds of the Pinnacle Woods apartment complex near Wakarusa and Clinton Parkway.
This tree fell on my neighbor's truck this morning near 5th & Wisconsin.
At the Alamo Dome in San Antonio on April 5th. This picture was taken during the KU vs. North Carolina game, the best game I have ever witnessed in person!
Sophia Paige, a very proud Jayhawker, was born in February just in time for KU to win a championship.
Golf ball hail in hand, Lawrence, 5/1/08, 6:50 p.m.
Golf Ball Hail in Lawrence, 5/1/08, 6:50 p.m.
Kansas City reliever Leo Nunez, left, tags out Texas' German Duran on a sacrifice bunt. The Rangers edged the Royals, 2-1, on Thursday in Arlington, Texas.
Detroit's Chauncey Billups, left, goes in for a layup as Philadelphia's Lou Williams, right, defends. Behind Billups and his 20 points and seven assists, Detroit crushed Philadelphia, 100-77, on Thursday in Philadelphia. The Pistons won the series, 4-2.
Participants rally for immigration reform Thursday in Seattle. Thousands of chanting, flag-waving activists rallied in cities across the country, attempting to reinvigorate calls for immigration reform in a presidential election year in which the economy has taken center stage.
President Lyndon B. Johnson talks on the telephone at the White House at an unknown date in this photo released by the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas. On Thursday, the library released audio recordings of Johnson's conversations from January through April 1968.
Felix M. Karlin
Members of the Dance Gallery Small Jazz Troupe, all age 10, are ready for their performance of "It's Raining Men," at the Lawrence High School halftime show. In the back row, from left, are Ireland Ziegler, Victoria Kaufman, Abby Schmidtberger and Allie Howland. In the front row are Kari Karnes, Allie Knapp and Andrea Coleman, all of Lawrence. Diane Knapp submitted the picture.
Deported migrants get breakfast from a non-profit organization on April 3 in the border city of Nogales, Mexico. The U.S. economic downturn, tighter security and a more perilous and expensive journey are persuading many who try to sneak into the U.S. to give up sooner, authorities say.
A police car patrols along San Julian street, one of the most troubled parts of Skid Row, on March 18, in downtown Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Police Department and some people who live and work on Skid Row say crime is dropping and the streets are safer and cleaner than they were just two years ago.
Robert Downey Jr. tests out his armor in the superhero adventure "Iron Man."