Oklahoma State running back Kendall Hunter, center, runs for a touchdown during the first half against Troy. Hunter is the Big 12's leading rusher at this stage of the season.
BYU defensive back Brandon Bradley heads to the end zone after picking up a fumble by Utah State. BYU won, 34-14, Friday in Logan, Utah.
Tampa Bay's Akinori Iwamura, right, accepts congratulations from Carl Crawford after hitting a two-run home run. The Rays defeated the Chicago White Sox, 6-2, on Friday in St. Petersburg, Fla., to take a 2-0 lead in their series.
Eugenia Janice Emick
O.J. Simpson, center, arrives with his sister Carmelita Durio, left, and his friend Tom Scotto for the verdict at the Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas on Friday, Oct. 3, 2008. O.J. Simpson has been found guilty on all charges in the gunpoint robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas casino hotel room more than a year ago. Simpson has been found guilty on all charges in the gunpoint robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas casino hotel room more than a year ago.
Traders Stephen Holden, left, and Bradley Bailey, right, watch on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday as the bailout bill passes in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Decommissioned subway cars are loaded onto a barge for transportation Friday in New York. This particular load of cars is heading to the Atlantic Ocean off Delaware where it will be dumped into the ocean to provide a structure for the growth of underwater plant and animal life, which in turn will be enjoyed by fishermen and divers.
Birds fly around as others sit on a pier damaged by Hurricane Ike on Thursday in Gilchrist, Texas. One of North America's renowned bird migration and bird-watching areas is strangely silent in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike.
In this June 5 file photo, visitors look at a giant panda through the protective glass of a renovated panda hall inside a zoo in Beijing. Two pandas in the Wuhan Zoo in central China have been enjoying home-cooked chicken soup twice a month for nutrition and stress reduction. "They loved it," said He Zhihua, zoo official.
Tim Menke of Seattle, Wash., watches, at Airport Pizza in Nome, Alaska, Thursday as Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov.Sarah Palin debates Democratic rival Joe Biden during the vice presidential debates in St. Louis. Oscar Conntreras works in the background.
Marian Wiseman and Jean Wright enjoy a stop during a cruise on the Royal Caribbean ship Jewel of the Seas to the British Virgin Islands. Jean Wright, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
A devotee of the Chinese Shrine Ban Tha Rue, with his cheek pierced with swords, looks on during ceremonies Friday at the Vegetarian Festival in Phuket, Thailand. The festival celebrates vegetarianism and calls on devotees through self mortification to purify themselves as they take on the sins of the community. Each of the main shrines in Phuket will conduct processions.
Walls and furniture painted white brighten the living room of Patty Kerr's Firestone Park bungalow in Akron, Ohio. Kerr's home is the embodiment of frugal fashion.
Andrea Leigh Metcalf and Adam Thomas Moskow
Jamie Scott and Brandon Miller
Jamie Nicole Tanner and Brian Alan Davis
Harold and Carole Hodges
Ellen and Kristoffer Roggemann
Douglas County Community Foundation donors Chuck Blaser, Marilyn Bittenbender, Kelvin Heck and Barbara Carswell visit at the community foundation's July 29 donor reception at the Adams Alumni Center. Carswell is a foundation board member.
Lawrence Children's Choir Touring Choir members, from left, Ian Sommerville, Nolan Frank, Ben Markley, Patrick Carter and parent chaperone Scott McKinney take a break on the Denver University campus between rehearsals. The LCC Touring Choir participated in the Mile High Children's Choir Festival on June 20-23.
Lawrence Children's Choir Touring Choir members, from left, Victoria Gillman, Nolan Frank, Liesel Ruessner, Ben Markley and Jessica Devlin unwind at Elitch Gardens in Denver on their last tour with the Lawrence Children's Choir. The choir included 76 kids from ages 10 to 15.
Douglas County Community Foundation executive director Chip Blaser greets Marge Hazlett, John Esau and Lawrence Schools Foundation executive director Susan Esau at the community foundation's July 29 reception at the Adams Alumni Center.
The Lawrence Children's Choir Touring Choir and seven other children's choirs give a final performance at the Mile High Children's Choir Festival in Denver under the direction of renowned British composer, Bob Chilcott. The festival was June 20-23 at June Swaner Gates Concert Hall on the University of Denver campus.
Lawrence Schools Foundation board member Dave Olson visits with Douglas County Community Foundation board member Marilyn Dobski and Tom Dobski at the community foundation's donor reception July 29 at the Adams Alumni Center. DCCF manages some of the foundation's invested funds.
Seventy-six members of the Lawrence Children's Choir Touring Choir rehearse on the first day of the Mile High Children's Choir Festival. The festival was June 20-23 at June Swaner Gates Concert Hall on the University of Denver campus.
Lawrence Children's Choir director Janeal Krehbiel, left, and Liesel Ruesser visit the Elitch Gardens Amusement Park during the four-day trip to Denver. The Lawrence Children's Choir Touring Choir participated in the Mile High Children's Choir Festival on June 20-23.
Members of Lawrence Children's Choir Touring Choir board a bus at 4:30 a.m. for a ride to Denver. The choir participated in the Mile High Children's Choir Festival on June 20-23.