In this image from video provided by KMBC-TV, an aerial view shows a suspect's pickup truck which was stopped by Highway Patrol on Interstate 70 west of Topeka, Kan., Monday, July 25, 2011. The suspect was returned to Junction City for questioning by police and the FBI, while the interstate was closed in both directions to keep other vehicles away as authorities prepared to inspect the truck for hazardous materials.
A new Kansas University Public Safety Dodge Charger idles in the Parking Lot of Oliver Hall. The department will receive three more identical cars.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel answers questions during Big 12 Media Days, Monday, July 25, 2011, in Dallas.
Rugby in 1981 at what is now the Shenk Sports Complex at 23rd and Iowa streets.
The 2011 Kansas University football media guide, first unveiled at the Big 12 media days in Dallas.
Tallgrass Voices is available at The Raven, Hastings or direct from the publisher--Hill Song Press, P.O. Box 486, Lawrence, KS 66044. Several of the poets featured in the book will gather for a poetry reading at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Raven Bookstore, 8 E. Seventh St.
Thousands of fans crowd Massachusetts Street in downtown Lawrence, April 7, 2008, after the Jayhawks won the 2008 NCAA Men's National Championship. The photograph was taken from the top of the Eldridge Hotel looking south.
Haylee Cheek, second from left, spins as she shows off her selection of clothes to the judge Monday during the 4-H Fashion Revue at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Texas head coach Mack Brown answers questions during Big 12 Media Days on Monday, July 25, 2011, in Dallas.
Jazlyn Wendel, 11, gets some help and a steady arm from Rebecca Donaldson, 9, while putting her shoes on Monday during the 4-H Fashion Revue at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Kansas University students from the 70s or 80s play basketball outside Templin Hall.
The lobby of the Westin Galleria in Dallas is buzzing with Big 12 flavor as the conference's 2011 football media days gets set to begin Day 1.
Christian Sanders, left, a junior guard at Houston St. Thomas High, is the son of former Kansas University player Brad Sanders, right, and is being recruited by his dad's alma mater, among other schools.
Brad Sanders, pictured here in 1978, played at Kansas University from 1975-79.
Christian Sanders, a junior guard at Houston St. Thomas High and son of former Kansas University player Brad Sanders, is being recruited by his dad's alma mater, among other schools.
Scott Wartman aims for the green from the fairway of the first hole at the Lawrence Country Club golf course during the Lawrence Amateur Golf Association city tournament Sunday, July 24, 2011.
Spencer Wilson follows through on a shot on the first hole at Lawrence Country Club. Wilson went on to win the open championship flight of the LAGA city tournament on Sunday.
Spencer Wilson tees off on the par three second hole at the Lawrence Country Club golf course during the Lawrence Amateur Golf Association city tournament Sunday, July 24, 2011.
Marilyn Stokstad and Bill Crowe, both of Lawrence, inspects renderings what the Lawrence Public Library will look like after the upcoming redesign project during a “Sneak Peek” party Sunday, July 24, 2011 at the library. The redesign is scheduled to begin in the spring and is expected to take two years to complete.
Former city manager Mike Wildgen inspects renderings what the Lawrence Public Library will look like after the upcoming redesign project during a “Sneak Peek” party Sunday, July 24, 2011 at the library.
Izzee, left, and Boo Ray, Bichon Frise brothers, are happy to celebrate their fourth birthday.y. They belong to Brenda Allen, Lawrence.
View of homemade veil for Sarah Foil, Lawrence .
Regan Zaremba cuts around the barrel during practice July 19 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. Zaremba's mother and grandmother have both raced.
Five-year-old barrel racer Lane Cunningham, Baldwin City, watches from the bleachers during practice July 19.
Barrel racer Regan Zaremba, Lawrence, saddles her horse Sox before practice in the livestock arena of the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Regan Zaremba, 13, right, and Kelly Loganbill, Lawrence, cross through a shaft of light entering the livestock arena during practice July 19, 2011, at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. The fair's annual barrel racing event starts at 7 p.m. Friday.
Dr. Neal Lintecum, an orthopedic surgeon for OrthoKansas P.A., initially studied mechanical engineering.