Wes Studi stars in “The Only Good Indian,” which makes its Lawrence premiere tonight at Liberty Hall, 644 Mass.
Jeff Ingle, associate pastor at Eudora Baptist Church, leads the congregation in worship Sunday. It was the first worship service in the church’s new building.
Preliminary work has begun to shore up the Bowersock Dam on the Kansas River. Riding a barge just above the dam, contractors for the city were out Thursday conducting test borings to determine how deep into the Kansas River bed repairs will have to go in order to stabilize the more than 100-year-old dam. The repair project is expected to continue through much of the winter.
Customers at Biggs BBQ, 2429 Iowa, watched an episode of “Judge Judy” on Thursday as the television jurist ruled in a case involving a Kansas University student who was arrested on charges of possessing a fake ID and being a minor in possession of alcohol at Biggs in 2008.
South Junior High students watch a video of an interview with a prison inmate as he describes the hardships and sadness of being in jail. The video was part of the Road to Freedom program Thursday, presented by Tom Bevard and his son, Randy, that incorporated rock music and messages of staying off drugs and alcohol and avoiding jail.
A swat team enters the main gate Thursday at Fort Hood, Texas. A soldier opened fire at a U.S. Army base in Fort Hood, unleashing a stream of gunfire that left 12 people dead and 31 wounded. The incident appears to be the worst mass shooting at a U.S. military base. Officials have not ruled out the possibility that some casualties may have been victims of “friendly fire,” shot by authorities amid the mayhem and confusion at the scene, said a senior U.S. official.
Cleveland police stand watch outside the home of Anthony Sowell on the city’s east side Thursday before executing a further search of the house where the remains of 11 people have been discovered.
The 2-foot by 3-foot cedar box that law enforcement authorities found 7-month-old Shannon Dedrick in is shown in a photo provided Thursday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The box was under the bed of her baby sitter in Chipley, Fla.
Wearing a traditional headdress, Marcus Levings, chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes, gestures as he asks President Barack Obama a question Thursday during the White House Tribal Nations Conference, which took place at the Interior Department in Washington.