Luke Ulrich, who lives south of Lawrence, kneels in one of his wheat fields Monday to survey the crop. The wheat is ready to be harvested, but farmers may have a difficult time getting their combines into the rain-soaked fields.
Among the images captured by artist Ryan Waggoner for an exhibit titled "“An Appetite for Energy”. Waggoner's work focused on ways businesses and residents wasted energy in Lawrence.
In this Jan. 12, 2011 file photo, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback delivers remarks during his State of the State address in Topeka. Brownback has initiated meetings to address childhood poverty, planned for this month. Nearly a quarter of Kansas children are living in poverty, the governor’s office said.
Lights shine down like miniature UFOs on a nearly barren park and ride lot at Kansas University. The image is one of 16 in Ryan Waggoner's "An Appetite for Energy", an art exhibit that will be on display Friday night at the Global Cafe.
Members of the McLouth Dance Team work together on a group routine Monday at Eudora High School. The high school is hosting a dance camp for the first time this week through the National Dance Alliance with teams from throughout Kansas participating in the three-day event. Teams were leaning new routines in pom, jazz, kick and hip-hop. The camp concludes Wednesday.
Lawrence police officers speak with occupants of a vehicle that hit a light pole during Monday night's storms. The pole blocked the eastbound lane of Clinton Parkway near Inverness Drive around 11:30 p.m. A second vehicle was also involved, rear-ending the first vehicle after it hit the pole.