A runner passes under a tree as shadows are cast along the wall of a building on 11th Street between Massachusetts and New Hampshire streets Wednesday. Colder weather has not completely set in as many spent the day in short sleeves.
This photo shows a colony of bacteria that is known to cause brucellosis, which is among the diseases being studied by the Biosecurity Research Institute in Manhattan. Brucellosis isn’t common in the United States, but causes fevers, weakness, anemia, headaches, depression, and muscle and joint pain.
The disease is found in sheep, goats and cows and is transmitted to humans by drinking contaminated milk. It is also found in people who work around animals that have the disease.
While mostly eradicated from domestic cattle in the United States, in recent years the disease has infected herds of bison and elk in Yellowstone National Park. The disease is also considered a biological warfare agent.
Here is a version of what the final design could look like for a gate to commemorate the Battle of Black Jack. Several artist's ideas were incorporated into the design.
Lawrence blacksmith Kate Dinneen displays a drawing by Van Go artist Tandy Myers for a proposed gate to commemorate the Battle of Black Jack. A group of artists created several renditions of the gate and some of the ideas will be incorporated into a final design.
Two people rest outside their vehicle as emergency crews work at the scene of a three-vehicle accident about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday near 23rd and Massachusetts streets. A 20-year-old driver and a 16-year-old passenger were taken to Lawrence Memorial Hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.
Brianne Riley gets low to make a dig during the Jayhawks' match against Nebraska Wednesday evening at the Horejsi Center.
Kansas University outside hitter Jenna Kaiser and Nebraska outside hitter Tara Mueller (19) go after the ball. Nebraska swept Kansas on Wednesday at Horejsi Center.
Tayler Tolefree (5) and Jenna Kaiser (12) attempt a block during the Jayhawk's match against Nebraska Wedensday evening at the Horejsi Center.
Nebraska's Lindsey Licht (19) spikes the ball between Jenna Kaiser and Tayler Tolefree (5) during the Jayhawks' match against Nebraska Wednesday evening at the Horejsi Center.
Two vehicles sit at the scene of a three-car accident on 23rd and Massachusetts streets while emergency crews tend to a patient in the background on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010.
Emergency crews tend to patients at the scene of a car accident on 23rd and Massachusetts streets on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010.
Emergency crews treat a patient at the scene of an injury accident on 23rd and Massachusetts streets on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010.
Karina Garlington spikes the ball past the outstreched hands of Nebraska's Brooke Delano (8) during the Jayhawks' match against Nebraska Wednesday evening at the Horejsi Center.
In this file photo from November 2010, Rod Ernst of Ernst & Son Hardware, 826 Massachusetts St., is pictured with a group photograph that includes his grandfather, Philip Ernst, far left in middle row, which he believes dates back to the early 1880's
Rod Ernst of Ernst & Son Hardware, 826 Mass., is pictured with a group photograph that includes his grandfather, Philip Ernst, far left in middle row, which he believes dates back to the early 1880's. Ernst's family has been in and around Lawrence since before Quantrill's Raid.
Scott Rusk, director of the Biosecurity Research Institute in Manhattan, explains how biological waste is disposed. Scientists are working on some dangerous biological diseases that could be spread through animals or food supplies. The lab is located at the north end of the Kansas State University campus.
K-State’s Biosecurity Research institute was opened in 2007 and is housed in Pat Roberts Hall.
Larry Smith's family came to Lawrence as part of the New England Emigrant Aid wagon trains. The proof of his family's longevity in Lawrence is easy to spot — a diploma on his mantel is the second ever issued by Kansas University, and the first ever given to a woman, Flora Richardson.
A young Kansas fan roots on the Jayhawks against Washburn Nov. 2, 2010 at Allen Fieldhouse.
A group of International visitors watch Kids Voting at Hillcrest Elementary School on Tuesday Nov 2, 2010.
Tyler Osgood, 2 1/2, picks the perfect pumpkin at Schaake’s Pumpkin Patch east of Lawrence. He is the grandson of Doug and Barb Rich, Lawrence.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, and Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron exchange documents during the signing of a treaty at an Anglo-French summit Tuesday at Lancaster House in London. Britain and France vowed to work hand-in-glove as their leaders ushered in an unprecedented era of defense cooperation by agreeing to create a joint force and share nuclear test facilities.
Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez, right, waves to journalists Tuesday as Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos looks on after a welcoming ceremony at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela.
Anti-terrorism police escort a mail bomb suspect, not named by police, to a public prosecutor’s office in Athens on Tuesday. Eight embassies in Athens were the intended targets of mail bomb attacks Monday and Tuesday.
William (Bill) Peak