Kansas University product Kirk Hinrich, left, poses for a photo with Washington Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld during a media availability session Monday in Washington.
Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini answers questions during Big 12 media days. Pelini tried to avoid answering questions about the Big Ten on Monday in Irving, Texas.
U.S. Navy and South Korean ships travel Monday east of the Korean Peninsula in a 13-ship formation led by the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Tucson. South Korea and the United States are conducting joint exercises that are expected to run until Wednesday. Military officials said that despite threats of retaliation, North Korea was staying clear. Most of the firepower for the four-day exercises has been flying off the decks of the USS George Washington, a U.S. supercarrier that can carry up to 70 aircraft and more than 5,000 sailors and aviators.
Oscar, a man who underwent a full-face transplant in April appears before, left, and after, right, the surgery at the Vall d’Hebron Hospital in Barcelona, Spain, in these undated photos released by the hospital.
Standing with a P-51C are, from left, Charlie Pohl, Jerry Nossaman and Jay Hines at the Freedom Wings air display at the Lawrence Municipal Airport. Hines served in World War II as a machine gunner. Nelson Krueger, a flight instructor at the Lawrence airport since 1967, submitted the picture.
The Pedal Hopper was taken out for a test drive Thursday, going from South Park to downtown. Riders power the vehicle by pedaling, while a driver steers and stops it.
A hole through the smoke reveals a firefighter on the ladder truck ladder hosing flames below in the Wood N Stuff Cabinets shop in Lecompton.
State Sen. Marci Francisco, left, fans Kathy Lobb, Lawrence, a member of the Self-Advocate Coalition of Kansas, at a 20th anniversary celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act on Monday in South Park. At right is former city commissioner Boog Highberger, Lawrence.
Faith Baxter, 8, of Overbrook, in the green hat, keeps a watchful eye on the clothing competition as a contestant approaches the judge’s table Monday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. Faith and dozens of other area kids modeled dresses, shirts, blouses and other items, many of which they designed and made themselves.