At Ecumenical Christian Ministries on the Kansas University campus Tuesday, Darryl Hunt spoke about how he spent two decades in prison for a rape and murder he didn’t commit. Hunt now does advocacy work to bring the issue of wrongful convictions to the “consciousness” of those who could be future lawyers, prosecutors and judges.
Our pickup on Sept. 12 from Rolling Prairie. Eggplant, potatoes, sweet potatoes, basil, garlic and melon.
Don "Red Dog" Gardner walks awkwardly in red heels with his wife, Beverly, for a portrait during a Dog Days workout on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011 at Memorial Stadium. The photo will be featured in the 2012 Red Shoe calendar, which features some recognizable male figures in Lawrence, wearing red heels and also benefits the Willow Domestic Violence Center.
Employee of the month: Celebrating JobLink’s September Employee of the Month, from left, are Jack Leipzig, JobLink consultant, Terry McMechan, employee of the month, and David H. Clark, general manager at Applebee’s, 2520 Iowa, Lawrence. Kari Bentzinger submitted the photo.
A Life Star helicopter landed at the West Lawrence terminal as emergency crews transfer a driver injured in an accident eastbound mile marker 200 of the Kansas Turnpike.