Katie Barnett, pictured with her dog Leonidas, is a third-year law student at Kansas University who is organizing an animal cruelty prosecution clinic.
Lecompton Mayor Roy Paslay is retiring after having served on the Lecompton City Council for 26 of the past 30 years.
Christine Brady, a team coach at the Kansas Neurological Institute, demonstrates a device that residents can use to operate a food processor.
A Dragon made of plastic bags, by the Community Merc was among the participants in the Lawrence Earth Day Parade on Saturday April 16, 2011. Following the parade, activities in South Park were in store on a prefect day.
Jarod Bennett, 12, of Boy Scout troop 3370, delivers food to The Salvation Army during the Boy Scouts’ annual food drive Saturday. The drive raised an all-time high of over 7,300 food donations.
A two-vehicle accident about 3:30 p.m. on Kansas Highway 10 east of Eudora Saturday, April 16, 2011, claimed the lives of two people. Three others were seriously injured.
Lang Davis of Sunflower Bank cleans up a door at Stepping Stones, 1100 Wakarusa Drive. Saturday was a Day of Caring in Douglas County as volunteers worked on projects for nonprofit organizations.
Yoav Gillath, 8, Lawrence, tries to get his kite in the air on Saturday, April 16, 2011. Outside for a Better Inside, a Lawrence nonprofit, hosted a kite-flying event at Holcom Park.
A cardinal perches on a fence Wednesday in Salina. After two days of rainy, windy weather in Lawrence, today’s forecast is worth chirping about, with more sun and temperatures in the 60s.