Megan McHenry, Jesse Dickerhoof and Macy McMahan
Sarah Heironimus-Bishop and Steve Henry
Jason and Tiffers
Dianne Yvette and Carol Lee Baby
State Rep. Owen Donohoe, R-Shawnee, right, has accused Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal, left, of nepotism and abuse of power in a scathing letter.
The unseasonably nice weather Monday allowed Colin Halliburton to walk home near Ninth and Vermont streets with his guitar he just bought from a local music store.
Emily Johnson, Lawrence, trains her new Seagull twin-lens reflex camera on a mannequin in a field in North Lawrence on Monday. Johnson is home on break from the Art Institute of Boston, where she is pursuing fine art photography.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, and her husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, light a candle during a memorial vigil remembering the victims and survivors one year after a gunman shot the Arizona congresswoman and killed six others, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012, in Tucson, Ariz.
Jack Cline, Kansas University's new director of federal relations
A bicyclist pedals west Monday on County Road 438 with the 600,000-square-foot warehouse and printing facility for Berry Plastics in the background. The facility, located about 1.5 miles west of the Lecompton interchange on Interstate 70, is under construction and is one of the largest buildings ever built in Douglas County. Steve Cooper, plant manager, said the building is on track to be completed this summer.
Temperatures in the high 50s on Monday encouraged many outdoor activities. Jessica Birney, 19, Lawrence, soaked up some sunshine on the swings at South Park. The weather will cool off later this week.
Kansas’ Justin Wesley, center, poses with mother Charlene Taylor-Mask, left, and her husband, Larry, after Saturday’s win at Oklahoma.
Found: Corduroy skirt, Wild Man Vintage
Spotted: Corduroy skirt, American Apparel
Babies ain't free cross stitch
Megan Stuke's Poached pears in crystalized ginger with vanilla ice cream and Sarah Henning's gingery pear fig crumble pizza..Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
The University Women’s Club’s Mah Jongg group gathers on Wednesday afternoons for camaraderie, competition and chocolate. Pictured on a recent Wednesday in December are, front row, from left, Barbara Duke, Berta Harmon, Sally Brandt, Marlene Bien and Cathy Ebmeier and, back row, from left, Lori Michel, Charlyne Michnik, Jerree Catlin, Sharon Brown, Mary Beth Petr and Sylvie Rueff. Ebmeier submitted the photo.
Buck is the 5-month-old puppy of Carolyn and Billy Barnes, who submitted the photo.