A Libyan rebel fighter, holding a rocket launcher, shouts religious slogans Friday after gunshots were heard as fellow comrades offer prayers in the background in Ajdabia, Libya. Rebel fighters sent scouts Friday toward the contested oil port of Brega to seek clues on whether pro-government forces took advantage of a mistaken NATO airstrike that pounded opposition tanks and sent survivors into retreat.
Students and parent volunteers from New York Elementary walk together Friday afternoon along 11th Street as part of a communitywide Walking School Bus pilot program.
Alexander Barket and John Borak, programmers who in 1976 wrote "Honk," a program that allowed users to post anonymous electronic messages on a Honeywell mainframe computer.
The Republican River is seen near Guide Rock, Neb., with an irrigation pivot alongside it April 5, 2011. A legal battle between Kansas and Nebraska over use of the river's water has reignited after the U.S. Supreme Court recently decided that Kansas can proceed with a lawsuit against Nebraska over use of the river's water. In addition to some $72 million in damages, Kansas is seeking to force Nebraska to stop irrigating about 500,000 acres in the Republican River basin.
Patrick Porubsky, a purification chemist at the Shankel Structural Biology Center, reaches inside a compound management work station while Kansas Board of Regents members tour of one of the labs Friday, April 8, 2011, on KU's West Campus. Jeff Aube, professor of medicinal chemistry, gave the regents a rundown of research happening at the center and pharmaceutical testing and development processes.
Margaret Eloise Lewis was surprised by her family during a lunch at Teller's Friday when they gave her a framed copy of her diploma. She graduated from Kansas University in 1939 with a degree in economics.
Live streaming video of eaglets hatching in an Iowa nest became an internet sensation over the past week.
In "Au Pair, Kansas," Traci Lords plays Helen Hazelton, a recently widowed woman trying raise 50 bison
and two sons on ranch in central Kansas.