The Rev. Rex and Shirley Rictor
Donald G. and Roberta J. McDow
Wendy and Fernando Andrade
Sarah and Cody Wamsley
Matthew and Kimberly Jones
Heather and Daniel Bahnmaier
Nina Chandlee and Jeremy Welch
Max Backlund and Elisa Gill
Adriane Rachelle Wiltse and David Michael Lindquist
Fire breaks out Thursday at 315 Elmore in Lecompton.
Epperson, Christopher and Tim Gunn examine the "reinvented" shirt dress.
Elizabeth Smart, right, walks out of a federal courthouse in Salt Lake City with her mother, Lois Smart, after testifying Thursday at a competency hearing for her alleged kidnapper, Brian David Mitchell.
This digitally rendered composite image from the journal Science shows the foot of the “Ardi” skeleton.
General Sales Manager Peter Van Den Berghe, left, talks Thursday to Jeff Harvey, center, about the Saturn Outlook he is about to test drive at the Saturn of Denver dealership in the Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. Salesman Tim Duff is at right. Harvey, a two-time Saturn owner, was not concerned that General Motors is going to stop producing Saturns.
U.S. veteran Howard G. O’Connor, right, Lawrence, and his grandson Chris Vierthaler, left, are pictured on O’Connor’s Honor Flight. The program takes World War II veterans on a one-day trip to Washington, D.C., to see the World War II memorial and other memorials. O’Connor submitted the picture.
“Earthwork” filmmaker Chris Ordal, left, confers with John Hawkes as they prepare to shoot a scene at the Bourgeois Pig in August 2008.
The cast and crew of “Earthwork” approach the first take of scene 15 during an Aug. 4, 2008, day of filming on Massachusetts Street.
John Hawkes portrays Lawrence artist Stan Herd in the film “Earthwork.” The feature is slated to premiere at the Austin Film Festival at the end of the month.
A still from Sour's “Hibi no Neiro."
Ellen Page stars as an indie-rock loving misfit who finds a way of dealing with her small-town Texas misery after she discovers a roller derby league iin "Whip It."