Anne McAlister and Layne Meyer
Lawrence resident Bob Kania gets a visit from Rondi Erickson, his case manager who is employed by communityworksinc. They were discussing topics ranging from Medicaid to Johnny Cash. Due to the recent Medicaid cuts, Erickson's wages and benefits were cut. She also had to file an extensive report in January that justified why Kania needs more than 10 hours of care per day. So far, the state is paying for his care.
Screenshots of the results from the hacking of Lawrence High School's YouTube account (top and center) and Free State High School's YouTube account (below).
President Barack Obama and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius discuss health care reform Thursday in Washington, D.C.
Leslie Servantez, manager for the Walmart store at Sixth Street and Wakarusa Drive, awards a donation to Sarah Randolph, representative for the Douglas County Visiting Nurses, Rehabilitation and Hospice Care, community liaison. Randolph submitted the picture.
Master Diagnostic Technician Kurt Juergens, of Foxborough, Mass., uses a laptop computer to diagnose and repair the brake system on a 2010 Toyota Prius in this Feb. 9 file photo in the repair shop of a Toyota dealership, in Norwood, Mass. After years of driver horror stories, five months of recalls and two days of congressional hearings, the mystery persists: Are electronics at the heart of Toyota’s crisis of quality?
Guests pass a sign noting the Shamu Show is closed as they enter the Orlando, Fla., SeaWorld theme park Thursday, a day after an incident involving the death of a trainer.
Free State High School students take part in a school-wide "lip dub."