North Carolina head coach Roy Williams, left, argues a call during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Miami in the championship of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Greensboro, N.C., Sunday, March 17, 2013.
Lorraine Hillary, Lawrence.
Clothing details: Hat, homemade gift, two years ago; scarf, Goodwill in Salina, 25 cents, 13 years ago; sweater, Arizona Trading Company, a while ago, $7; jacket, Gap, five years ago, $10; jeans, thrift store find, a couple years ago, price unknown; shoes, Steve Madden, Nordstrom, couple of months ago, $100.
Clothing details: Hat, Jayhawk Spirit, $25, three years ago; jacket, gift from friend a few years ago; bag, some store in California, a few years ago, $65; jeans, Old Navy, a few weeks ago, $50; Van sneakers, Old Navy, a few weeks ago, $45.
Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical Capt. Allen "AJ" Johnson as a young firefighter. Johnson celebrated his retirement Tuesday after a 38-year career.
New Kansas University defensive backs coach Scott Vestal works on footwork with red-shirt freshman safety Tevin Shaw during a spring practice on March 9, 2013.
Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical Chief Mark Bradford hands retired Capt. Allen Johnson a fire axe for his years service Tuesday during a reception at the department's offices at 1911 Stewart Ave. Johnson joined the department in 1977, and was its most senior member.
Free State senior Lee McMahon slides across the third baseline after a running start following the cancellation of the Firebirds' home opener against Warrensburg on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. McMahon later said he wasn't happy the game was cancelled, however.
Free State senior Lee McMahon slides across the third baseline after a running start following the cancellation of the Firebirds' home game against Warrensburg on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. McMahon later said he wasn't happy the game was cancelled, however. Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo
Richard Gwin/Journal World Photo. Lawrence residents Stacy Geiermann and her daughter, Isabella Ball, 8, peddle together in light snow on Tuesday March 19, 2013.
Robert E. Ayres
A simple scratch test can test for most allergies. The scratch test and peak flow meter are two tools an allergist uses in testing possible allergies.
Dr. Ron Weiner explains some of the symptoms of allergies, such as a swollen throat or a rash on the skin.