Lawrence resident Jay Decker, center, was given life in prison for his infant daughter's death in October 2005. The Kansas Supreme Court is to hear his appeal today.
Annette Bloch and Bob Page, president and CEO of Kansas University Hospital, smile following Bloch's announcement of a $20 million donation to the hospital's cancer services.
Kansas State Senate 2nd District candidate Scott Morgan chats with LJWorld.com readers about the upcoming election.
A farmer at a farm auction in Oskaloosa in Oct. 1938.
Residents of Liberal, Seward County, wear gas masks to protect their lungs from blowing dust.
A young mother and her child wait in a car while her husband attends a farm auction in Oskaloosa in October 1938.
A large dust storm rolls toward a Kansas family's homestead.
A farmer from Franklin County poses in May, 1936.
Kansas University players, from left, Rodrick Stewart, Brad Witherspoon, Darnell Jackson and Jeremy Case dance as Russell Robinson (not pictured) sings "New York, New York," at last year's Late Night in the Phog. This year's event will be Friday at Allen Fieldhouse.
Scot Pollard, left, and Raef LaFrentz act out as Hans and Franz.
Michael Lee, left, Jeff Hawkins and Keith Langford go retro.
Keith Langford basks in the pre-Late Night introductions.
Larry Brown addresses the crowd in 1993.
Tampa Bay's Carl Crawford, left, runs into Boston catcher Jason Varitek as he tries to score on a single by Dioner Navarro in the eighth inning of Game 3 of the American League championship series. Crawford was out at the plate, but the Rays won, 9-1, on Monday in Boston.
Dorothy Ann Heere
Members of the ancient Samaritan community walk to the religion's holiest site early Monday on top of Mount Gerizim near the West Bank town of Nablus, for their annual pilgrimage for the holiday of Tabernacles, or Sukkot. Named for Samaria, a region in the northern West Bank, the Samaritans believe themselves to be the remnants of Israelites exiled by the Assyrians in 722 B.C. They practice a religion closely linked to Judaism and venerate a version of the Old Testament, but are not Jews.
Ted Miller, 7, left, and brother Grey Miller, 10, right, hold their state quarter collections with parents Karen and Bob Miller last week in Elmhurst, Ill. With the release of the Hawaii state quarter in November, the U.S. Mint's coin program will end.
Taylor Shuck, left, and Kailey Wingert, both age 14, get together at a family reunion. Taylor is the daughter of Brad and Carrie Shuck, Lawrence, and Kailey is the daughter of Kevin and Dana Wingert, Baldwin City. Brad Shuck submitted the picture.