Baltimore's Cal Ripken gets a hug from the Orioles' mascot prior to
playing the final game of his career Saturday night at Camden Yards
The Pink Ladies are, back row from left, Megan Gentry, Lynn Saunders, Becky Saathoff, Renae Walters, Ann Pearson, Cathy Gilges and Jeanne Nottingham. Front row from left: Mindy Aguilar, Jan Hornberger, Susan Case, Carol Taul, Debbie Guenther and Sheryl Saathoff.
Mindy Aguilar, left, and Sheryl Saathoff, decorate bras Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011, for the "Bras Across the Kaw" event. Saathoff was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 after a routine mammogram at age 47. Aguilar and several other of Saathoff's friends formed the "Pink Ladies" club as a support group.
Lawrence resident Sheryl Saathoff, a breast cancer survivor, shows off a decorated bra Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011, for the "Bras Across the Kaw" event, which aims to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Zachary Harrison waits to be led away Friday by a Douglas County Sheriff’s officer after his sentencing in the Nov. 23, 2010, drunken-driving crash that killed Cameron Freeman. Harrison received more than six years in prison.
Matt Poulton, the new owner of Queen Lizzy's Fish and Chips will soon be serving up its namesake and other British fare at 125 E. 10th St., formerly the Tenth Street Vegetarian Bistro.
On the tail of the chopper is an air-brushed collage of championship rings, a scene from the Fieldhouse and the 2008 National Championship hoisting.
Kansas head coach Bill Self rides out onto James Naismith court on a custom-made motorcycle with imagery from the 2008 National Championship during Late Night in the Phog on Friday, Oct. 14, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse.