In this Feb. 14, 2011 file photo, Abdullah al-Kidd is seen in Los Angeles. The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that former Attorney General John Ashcroft cannot be personally sued over his role in the post-9/11 arrest of an American Muslim who was never charged with a crime. By a 5-3 vote, the court said Ashcroft did not violate the constitutional rights of Abdullah al-Kidd.
Residents load up possessions near a newly-created dirt levee Monday, May 30, 2011, in Dakota Dunes, S.D. Rising water from the Missouri River is threatening the planned community, which is under a voluntary evacuation order.
People watch water being released through the Oahe Dam's Stilling Basin near Fort Pierre, S.D., Saturday May 28, 2011. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials say they have to release more water than previously expected through the Missouri River dams because of expected heavy rains upstream. The corps now plans to maintain releases from Oahe Dam at the current level of 85,000 cubic feet a second until Thursday, June 2, 2011, and then step it up to 150,000 by mid-June - much higher than previously expected.
Kansas head football coach Turner Gill, center, introduces Vic Shealy, left, as KU's new defensive coordinator after Carl Torbush stepped down for medical reasons. Buddy Wyatt, right, was promoted to co-defensive coordinator. The coaches addressed the media Tuesday, May 31, 2011 at the Anderson Family Football Complex.
Kansas head coach Turner Gill, right, and defensive coordinator Carl Torbush address the media at a press conference in which Torbush retired from KU and college football Tuesday, May 31, 2011 after being recently diagnosed with low grade prostate cancer.
Kansas assistant coach Vic Shealy talks to reporters after being promoted to defensive coordinator on Tuesday, May 31, 2011, at the Anderson Family Football Complex.
Vic Shealy talks to reporters on Tuesday at the Anderson Family Football Complex after being named Kansas University's new defensive coordinator.
Bill Musick with the city Public Works department raises a new light fixture into place downtown Tuesday, May 31, 2011. This week, city crews began installing LED lights on Massachusetts Street between the 800 and 1000 blocks. Crews will replace 115 fixtures on the street and the new LED lights will save up to 50% of current energy use.
Douglas County Sheriff's officials investigate a fatality accident on the South Lawrence Trafficway near Clinton Parkway Tuesday, May 31, 2011. One person died when a piece of metal fell off an oncoming truck and went through the windshield.
This graphic compares the cost and time of flying and driving to Hays, Wichita and Kansas City from Lawrence.
Douglas County Sheriff's officers work the scene of a car accident near mile post 2 on Kansas Highway 10 Tuesday, May 31, 2011.
Douglas County Sheriff's deputies, from left, Chad Huggins, Mike Folks, Steve Buchholz and Jacob Montney run their leg in the 30th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run on Tuesday on U.S. Highway 59 headed to Ottawa. The 20-mile run, which will end Friday in Wichita, benefits the Special Olympics.
Former Kansas football All-American George MrKonic died on May 23 after a long battle with cancer. He was 81.
Oklahoma City Thunder's Nick Collison (4) blocks a shot by Dallas Mavericks' Jason Terry (31) in the second half of Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference finals basketball series Monday, May 23, 2011, in Oklahoma City.
Leonard Monroe, Lawrence, a Korean War veteran, stands by the gravestone of his brother Raymond Monroe, a World War II veteran, during an American Legion Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 30 at Oak Hill Cemetery.
Austin Lang, Topeka, gives a thumbs up as he walks the rows of veterans' grave during an American Legion Memorial Day ceremony Monday, May 30, 2011 at Oak Hill Cemetery. Lang's grandfather, Dale Nitz, who served in WWI, is buried in the veterans' plot at Oak Hill.
Performing arts preview: Attending the April 29 Lied Center’s annual Season Show Announcement Party, back row, from left, are Judy, Nelson and Jacquie Krueger; and front row, Charlotte and Katherine Stineman. The event previewed more than 25 shows offered by the Lied Center for performing arts for next year so Friends of the Lied Center may select which programs wish to attend. Nelson, a Friends of the Lied board member, submitted the photo.