Free State's Shawn Knighton (2) pulls down a interception and marches down the field before setting up another Free State touchdown. LHS hosted Free State on Friday Oct 29, 2010.
Lawrence High hosted Free State on Friday Oct 29, 2010. The Lions ended up losing to Free State 42 -20.
Free State's Preston Schenck (5) picks up a LHS fumble and heads in for a touchdown late in the game Friday night at Lawrence High.
Free State's quarterback tries to push for yards between Lawrence High defenders.
Free State's Dylan Perry (6) plows through Lawrence High's defender Erick Mayo (27).
Lawrence High's Charles Jackson (32) gets pressured by Free State's #5 Preston Schenck (5). Jackson would go on to score.
Free State's coach, Dirk Wedd, questions a ref's call on a measurement.
Blind commentator Dean du Plessis calls a cricket match Oct. 22 in Harare, Zimbabwe. When the ball hits the bat du Plessis hears the power and direction of the strike. He listens to the speed and the ball, along with the players’ exertions and their cries of elation or frustration.
A young Tsunami survivor carries her belongings Friday after her village was hit by Monday’s earthquake-triggered tsunami at Munte, North Pagai island, West Sumatra, Indonesia. The toll from the tsunami rose to more than 400 on Friday as officials found more bodies, and about 300 people were still missing, according to a provincial disaster management center official.
A supporter of Jose Serra, presidential candidate of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party, PSDB, waves an electoral flag Friday in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil. Serra will face Workers Party’s candidate Dilma Rousseff in an election runoff Sunday.
Lawrence High's Steffan Robinson (30) falls on a fumble in the end zone for a safety as Free State's Matt Cole follows.
Women carry their shopping bags Monday on Fifth Avenue in New York. The economy grew at a slightly faster pace over the summer as Americans spent a little more freely.
Lawrence High's Erick Mayo (27) makes an interception against Free State.
Lawrence High's Charles Jackson (32) can't get loose from Free State's defense. The Lions lost the game Friday night.
Lawrence High's Charles Jackson (32) steps in for a touchdown past Free State's Shawn Knighton (2).
Allie Straub, ninth-grader, South Junior High School, winner of Junior high division of 2010 Scary Story Contest.
Ruth Sarna, of Lawrence, is with her granddaughter Emily Ruth Alderdice. Emily is the daughter of Jennifer and Patrick Alderdice, Lawrence.
Kale Stewart, 2, checks out a vehicle at the Ol’ Marais River Run car show in Ottawa. Kale is the son of Robyn and Jimmy Stewart, and the grandson of Richard and Barb Johnson, Ottawa. Richard submitted the photo.
Douglas County District Judge Jean Shepherd, will step down in January. Shepherd was the first woman judge in Douglas County.
Paul Meier, KU theater professor and dialect expert, right, directs actors in rehearsal for the production of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The play will be spoken in “original pronunciation,” which is what the play would have sounded like performed in Shakespeare’s day. It will be the first full-length Shakespeare production completely in original pronunciation in North America. Performances will be 7:30 p.m. Nov. 11-13 and Nov. 19-20 and 2:30 p.m. Nov. 14 and 21 in Crafton-Preyer Theatre in KU’s Murphy Hall.
From left, Kansas University graduates Kathleen Sebelius, Cynthia Carroll and Sheila Bair were named to Forbes' list of the most powerful women in the world.
Kansas’ Caroline Kastor (10) tries to fend off Southern Illinois-Edwardsville’s Ashley Davidson. The Jayhawks won, 3-0, in their final game of the season on Friday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Emily Cressy (21) takes a shot on goal late in first half soccer action Friday, Oct. 29, 2010, as KU went against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville soccer in the final home game for the season.
Alternative remedies for allergies and colds are becoming a booming business for area stores
Winter squash come in all shapes and sizes from cute pie pumpkins to the exotic turbans and carnival acorn squash. Each has a unique flavor and texture as different as its appearance.
Red kuri squash.
Sweet dumpling squash.
Baby blue hubbard squash.
Acorn squash: carnival and regular.
Black Hills Energy crews work to repair a gas line break Friday, Oct. 29, 2010 in the parking lot behind the School of Pharmacy building on Kansas University's West Campus.
Trinity In-Home Care board member Karen Warner, left, and Nancy Fisher attended the agency’s annual picnic on Sept. 20 at Broken Arrow Park.
Men hold a poster of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez, right, and her husband former President Nestor Kirchner as they arrive to pay their last respects to Kirchner at the government palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Kirchner died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack at age 60. The sign reads in Spanish "Forever Nestor, be strong Cristina."
North Carolina State’s Brandan Bishop (30) reacts after breaking up a Florida State pass during the first half Thursday in Raleigh, N.C. Florida State’s Beau Reliford is in the back.
San Francisco’s Edgar Renteria, left, and Juan Uribe celebrate after scoring during the Giants’ seven-run eighth inning of Game 2 of the World Series. The Giants won, 9-0, for a 2-0 lead in the series Thursday in San Francisco.
Seniors on the varsity football team at Baldwin High School are ready to lead the squad to a successful season.
Actor James MacArthur is shown in character as Detective Danny Williams in the TV show “Hawaii Five-O” in this 1969 file photo. MacArthur, the son of actress Helen Hayes and playwright Charles MacArthur, died Thursday. He was 72.
Brian Holbrook reads the Employment Guide while attending a Global Recruiting Solutions job fair in Livonia, Mich., in this Sept. 29 photo. Fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the second drop in a row and a hopeful sign the job market could be improving.