Former President Bill Clinton waves after addressing the Democratic National Convention as President Barack Obama greets in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday.
Former Kansas University center Cole Aldrich speaks with reporters during a one-day visit Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012, to Allen Fieldhouse.
At Wednesday's Douglas County Commission meeting, Evan Ice, county attorney, discusses a resolution that would limit how much towing companies on the county's nonpreference towing list can charge customers. Commissioners voted in support of the resolution. A final draft will be presented at the Sept. 19 commission meeting.
Police say this man entered Dillons, 1015 West 23rd Street, Wednesday around 4:30 a.m. and demanded money from a clerk. The clerk declined the request and told the suspect to leave, and the suspect did. No weapon was displayed during the incident.
The suspect was described as a white male in his 20s or 30s, about six-foot tall, with a thin build, black jacket and blue jeans.
Dr. Pam Shaw, a pediatrician and professor at the Kansas University Medical Center, testifies on Wednesday during a hearing held by Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger on "essential health benefits" for insurance plans sold on the proposed exchange under the Affordable Care Act.
Josh Bryant, center, who works at Davenport Orchards and Winery east of Lawrence, adjusts some netting on Wednesday to help keep birds out of the grapes, which are about to be harvested.
Geraldine Ann Kelley
Kansas University coach Charlie Weis and staff grade the Jayhawks each Sunday on their good and bad plays from Saturday's game. Weis, who hands out marks for the offense, told reporters Tuesday that he's as critical as any of the coaches, especially when breaking down quarterback play.
Joe and Sarah Farthing of J&S Coffee accept the CASA Community Cornerstone Award at the CASA office on July 19. This new award recognizes a business or organization that demonstrates exceptional support of the CASA mission. J&S Coffee provides coffee for the CASA office, donates ice cream for CASA children, hosted a 2011 casita and helped build the 2010 CASA playhouse. A CASA ambassador, Sarah Farthing has assisted with adoption gifts, graduation gifts, Christmas stockings, Easter baskets and other special gifts for abused and neglected children served by Douglas County CASA. Diana Frederick, Douglas County CASA director, submitted the photo.