Storm clouds swirl their way by 23rd and Harper Streets in Lawrence as weather moved through the county. Thunderstorms producing heavy rain and some damaging winds swept through the area Tuesday, July 12, 2011.
Storm clouds hang over Lakeview, northwest of Lawrence. Thunderstorms producing heavy rain and some damaging winds moved through the county Tuesday, July, 12, 2011.
Swirling clouds and thunderstorms approach Lakeview, northwest of Lawrence.
Thunderstorms roll through Douglas County July 12, 2011.
A view of storm clouds looking southwest from N Second Street.
Storm clouds hang over Lawrence High School Tuesday, July 12, 2011.
Storm clouds roll through Douglas County Tuesday, July 12. The storms produced heavy rains and damaging winds before becoming severe just after leaving the county.
A massive tree landed on the hood of one of our cars & bed of our neighbor's truck.
Clouds gathered above the Clinton Lake Softball Complex before games were canceled Tuesday night.
Bruce and Shannon Bricker
Kansas University Hospital is located near West 39th Street and Rainbow Boulevard in Kansas City, Kan.
Kansas University Hospital's main entrance in Kansas City, Kan.
Employees tour the new $85 million Kansas University Physicians Medical Office Building on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, in Kansas City, Kan. The building will serve as a hub for outpatient care on Kansas University's main medical campus, which includes KU Hospital and KU Medical Center.
The University of Kansas Physicians Medical Office Building will open for business on Monday. It is located on the northwest corner of Olathe Boulevard and Cambridge Street, and connects to KU Hospital.
The University of Kansas Physicians Medical Office Building in Kansas City, Kan., opens Monday. It will serve as a hub for outpatient care.
In a July 6, 2011, photo, Maurice Lewis walks with his dog, Harley, in the former Cedar City area, just across the river from Jefferson City, Mo. Lewis lived in this block through the floods of 1993 and 1995 and was one of the few whose home was inhabitable after the flood of 1993.
In a July 1, 2011 photo, Daniel and Claudia Boyce stand where their former home stood, in north Jefferson City, Mo., and describe the houses and buildings that stood on these lots before the flood of 1993. Both grew up in the small town of Cedar City, just across the Missouri River from Jefferson City. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has spent more than $2 billion to buy out land in flood-prone areas over a nearly two-decade period. The buyout program launched after widespread flooding in 1993 now has gobbled up almost 37,000 properties, tearing down the homes that were there and prohibiting people from rebuilding. In some cases, entire neighbors and small towns have disappeared as a result of the buyouts.
Work on a section of Sixth Street near downtown is expected to delay traffic for several days.
Victor Continental contemplates his summer cocktail "Sex Anywhere" at a Lawrence pool party.
The 2011 StormChasers Baseball team, which plays in the LPRD Houk League.
Back Row (L to R): Matt Enyart (coach), Avery Allen, Eli Sisson, Ethan
Kalleberger, Matthew Eagle, Jordan Patrick, Chris Eagle (coach),
Middle Row (L to R): Megan Eagle (coach), Cooper Enyart, Hudson Enyart,
Logan Dedloff, Connor Harman, Matt Meseke
Front Row (L to R): Glen Lemmon, Evan Frook, Sid Miller
Nadia Sanburn, 8, leans her head on a railing Monday, July 11, 2011 while listening to artist Juniper Tangpuz talk about his large cardboard zodiac pieces hanging in the front lobby of the Lawrence Arts Center. Summer art students, working with Tangpuz and other teaching artists, will be creating their own cardboard city display that will be set up on the floor under the giant aerial sculptures.
Kansas newcomer Braeden Anderson, a forward from Okotoks, Alberta, Canada, is pictured on Monday, July 11, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse. Anderson, who arrived on campus July 4, was expected to fill in the front line after the departures of forward Marcus and Markieff Morris.
Honoring veterans: George Simmons, 90, rural Lecompton, accompanied by his wife, Arloene, wears his World War II Army uniform at the June 25 dedication of the Veterans Monument in Lecompton. His uniform was provided on behalf of the Lecompton Historical Society. George is a veteran of the South Pacific and Western Pacific Theatres of war. Over 900 names of veterans from the Lecompton, Stull, Big Springs and Kanwaka areas are represented on the monument. Rita Mock submitted the photo.