Another picture of all the hail that fell in northwest Lawrence during a hail storm April 6, 2010
Hail stones litter the ground near 6th and Folks Road in west Lawrence after a strong storm moved through the area Tuesday April 6, 2010.
Strong winds blew this shed off the back of a house in West Lawrence.
Flower petals dot the road after a storm with hail and strong winds blew through Lawrence on the afternoon of April 6, 2010.
A strong storm that moved through Lawrence Tuesday afternoon caused damage to trees and shrubs around Lawrence on Tuesday.
A lot of hail fell across Lawrence about 4:30 p.m. April 6, 2010. Amerika Grewal's family collected these hailstones.
Hail was reported all around Lawrence from a storm that moved through the area during the afternoon and early evening, April 6, 2010. This photo was taken at 15th and Wakarusa.
Fans tour Allen Fieldhouse.
Two travelers admire the view of Twin Falls, located near Jasper, Ark. in the Ozarks.
In this April 2, 2010 photo, Gail Lortscher, Manhattan, Kan., a participant in the Tea Party Express national bus tour smiles as she holds a sign on the grounds of the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. Lortscher, a Sarah Palin look-alike, says, “I can’t even go into a McDonald’s without people yelling at me, ‘Hey, Sarah. "
James Bart has been an advocate for his son, Jacob, who has severe autism. Last week, Gov. Mark Parkinson appointed Bart to the Kansas Council on Developmental Disabilities. He will serve a five-year term.
Detroit catcher Gerald Laird, right, tags out Kansas City’s Jason Kendall. The Royals lost to the Tigers, 8-4, on Monday in Kansas City, Mo.
Eight Lawrence residents enjoy a March spring break visit to the Great Wall of China. Front row, from left, are Elaine Seeman, Carolyn Berry, Barbara Wood and Laurie McLane-Higginson; back row, from left, are Chris Armstrong of TravelLeaders, Elizabeth Carter, Keith Wood and Charles Higginson. Keith submitted the picture, which was taken by a local tour guide with Keith’s camera.
Students pass in front of a vendor as they head for the Lycee Jean Jacques Dessaline on Monday in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Schools are opening across Haiti’s capital for the first time since a devastating earthquake hit the country Jan. 12.