Morgan Leslie, 11, of Lawrence, models an outfit that she put together for the Douglas County 4-H Fashion Revue on Tuesday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. The theme of this year’s show was “cruisin’ to the country fair.”
Nine-year-old Scout Meyers giggles after winning first place in her division during the Douglas County 4-H Fashion Revue on Tuesday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Boys and girls from 10 4-H groups showed off their selections of handmade and purchased outfits for the event, which had a “cruisin’ to the county fair” theme.
Kathleen Cobb, seen here in court, was convicted of murdering a Topeka man in 1980. She served 16 years, and now her conviction has been expunged.
An aerial view looking south shows the continued construction of the Bowersock Mills & Power Co.’s hydroelectric power plant on the north side of the Kansas River on July 24. During the next three to four weeks, crews will install a “rubber dam,” a large rubber inner tube-like device, across the top of the current dam.
Kansas University, seen from the air.
Renovations to Wescoe Beach instigated by the student body promise to make the area even more useful and attractive.
Strong Hall, Kansas University
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist speaks during the Big 12 college football media days on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in Dallas.
Kansas cheerleader Jordan Snyder jokes around with friends while wearing a football helmet at the Big 12 college football media days on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in Dallas.
From left, Canton Ambrose, 11, Lawrence, asks questions of Jim Leonard, of Ravenden, Ark., who built the Dominator, a weather-chasing vehicle featured on Discovery Channel's "Storm Chasers." The vehicle was at Line-X, 920 E. 28th, for public viewing Tuesday, July 25, 2012. The 2008 Chevy Tahoe weighed in at 8,100 pounds and has chased more than 200 tornadoes.
Kansas coach Charlie Weis speaks during the Big 12 college football media days on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in Dallas.
Baden Masenthin, 3, of Lawrence, was one of hundreds of people who filled fire station 5 to catch a look at a firetruck from New York City that was involved in the World Trade Center disaster on Sept. 11, 2001.
Kansas defensive end Toben Opurum talks to a reporter on Big 12 media days on Tuesday in Dallas.
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist talks with ESPN's Samantha Steele before an interview on Tuesday at Big 12 media days in Dallas.
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist talks to ESPN's Samantha Steele during an interview at Big 12 media days on Tuesday in Dallas.
The West Virginia Mountaineer mascot teaches Big 12 cheerleaders the WVU fight song during the first day of the Big 12 media days on Monday in Dallas.
TCU offensive lineman — and Kansas native — Blaize Foltz conducts a radio interview during Big 12 media days Monday in Dallas.
Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder addresses the press at Big 12 media days on Monday in Dallas.
Former Kansas City Royals outfielder Willie Wilson tries to talk a practice putt into dropping Monday morning, prior to the start of the Rawlings Negro League Gold Glove Celebrity Golf Classic at Firekeeper Golf Course in Mayetta.
Former Kansas City Royals second baseman Frank White speaks with Brian Hakan, Overland Park, Monday morning prior to the start of the Rawlings Negro League Gold Glove Celebrity Golf Classic, at Firekeeper Golf Course in Mayetta. White is the first base coach for the Kansas City T-Bones.
Aidan Jones enjoys his yummy cake that his aunt Jennifer Myers made him for his first birthday party on May 26. Aidan is the son of Adam and Jamie Jones, of Lawrence. Jamie submitted the photo.