A home is for sale Thursday in Palo Alto, Calif. Home resales dipped unexpectedly last month after a four-month streak of gains, providing evidence that the housing market recovery remains fragile.
This undated handout photo provided by the journal Science shows migrating monarch butterflies. How do Monarch butterflies find their way to Mexico every fall? Turns out they orient to light using their antennas. How do we know? Researchers painted butterfly antennas black, and the insects got lost.
Chris Alexander, owner of Kansas City Custom Roofing and Sheet Metal, applies a modified bitumen membrane as part of a base sheet application to the roof Thursday at the Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center, 4706 Overland Drive.
Perry Elementary School first-graders watch as Stephen Falls, Topeka, demonstrates scrimshaw work, or carving, on a cattle horn Thursday at the Bald Eagle Rendezvous in Lecompton. The gathering of camp traders, mountain men, musicians and early-day skills demonstrators continues through Saturday at Bald Eagle River View Park in Lecompton.
Gene Meyer, Lawrence Memorial Hospital CEO and president, left, and Charles Branson, Douglas County district attorney, discuss efforts to improve services to rape victims at LMH, Thursday at a news conference.
Kansas basketball players, from left, Sherron Collins, Cole Aldrich and Tyshawn Taylor address the media about recent incidents between the basketball and football teams. The players apologized on Thursday at Wagnon Student Athletic Center.
Free State senior Grace Brahler chips onto a green during the Lawrence Invitational. Brahler recorded an 84 on Thursday at Alvamar.